The Africa-Europe Innovation Partnership (AEIP) is organising a virtual event, under the patronage of the South African Ministry for Science, Technology and Innovation, as part of their annual Science Forum. The event will be held on 9th-11th of December. To get more information about the event, please go here: https://africaeurope-innovationpartnership.net/news/aeip-fifth-event-building-back-greener-powered-science-forum
Among several event sessions, a learning session on Sustainable Business Modelling for Cleantech will be organised! This webinar will take place on 10th December at 12.30-14.00 CET / 13.30-15.00 SAST.
During this session, participants will learn to apply sustainable business model design patterns to an innovation challenge or a new business idea in the field of cleantech. Using an online collaboration platform (Mural) they generate and prioritise ideas, how to advance the business model in a sustainability-oriented manner, and sketch and refine new business models.
Pre-selected business model challenges (such as applying a selected design pattern to an existing business model) will be given to the workshop participants at the beginning of the online modelling session. Access to an online workspace (Mural) will be provided during the workshop. The participants do not have to prepare the workshop or to sign-up to Mural before the event. All required inputs and tools will be provided by the workshop facilitators during the event.
Patterns and modelling tool (the www.uxberlin.com/businessinnovationkit) can be made accessible for participants to reuse after the workshop. A preview of business model patterns can be accessed here.
The interactive session will be followed by a Q&A session.
This webinar will be facilitated by Florian Lüdeke-Freund, Professor for Corporate Sustainability, ESCP Business School, and Henning Breuer, Head of UXBerlin – Innovation Consulting and Professor for Business Psychology at HMKW Berlin. The moderator of the webinar is Imke de Kock, Lecturer at Stellenbosch University.
The webinar is open to any organisation that wishes to understand what it takes to setup a tech-hub interested in sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation in cleantech. To register to this session, please go here: https://technopolisgroup.limequery.org/788994?lang=en