Thank you for joining our BM Group! In the Netherlands there are a lot of people very interested in sharing ideas, knowledge and experience. Social Entrepreneurship has my interest. I think that it's crucial that economic value…"
Group for all Middle Easterns who want to discuss and learn more about the business model generation and exchange information on this subject.Even if you are not based in ME but interested in implementing innovative business models in the region or want to explore the validity of a model, then you are more than invited to open a discussion with group members. This place accepts discussions in any other dominating language in the region. See More
Business Model Netherlands is a group of people who are inspired by the concept of Business Model Generation.Our goal is to inspire, to challenge and to create. We connect private and public organizations. See More
www.BMUG.no is a group for people who want to learn and exchange ideas related to business model generation.Our monthly meetings wary from lectures to workshops. At the meetings we share food and ideas in a creative atmosphere. @harloff Tweet from our last meeting in Bergen the 29th February."First we got a presentation from the two winners of Bergen startupweekend VeiBingo and BringMe. Then we split in 4 teams and spent one hour challenging their business…See More
A group dedicated for all members from India who want learn, discuss and collaborate over Business Models.The objective of this group is to facilitate healthy discussion/debates centerd over topics relevant to Business plans and model and also to network with fellow enthusiasts. P.S Refer Paul Graham's blog on 'How to Disagree' for difference of opinionhttp://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.htmlSee More
Thank you for joining our BM Group! In the Netherlands there are a lot of people very interested in sharing ideas, knowledge and experience. Social Entrepreneurship has my interest. I think that it's crucial that economic value and social value are being combined (as Porter is telling us in his HBR article about Creating Shared Value).