The knowhow of Paquay & Associates regarding business modelling is growing abroad Belgium. After Germany and France, now even Sweden is interested in Paquay & Associates.
I'm very proud to be organizing the 5th edition of Diamonds in the Rough as part of my mentorship commitment as an alumni. Vlerick Venture Talks is a free series of inspirational sessions during which entrepreneurs talk about their experience and share their do’s and don’ts in the process of entrepreneurial venturing.
Speakers in the next sessison:
Over the next two months, 21 students from the Master’s of management programme will work with six family-owned companies to improve their business plans. With the help of the Business Model Canvas, a template designed for use on existing enterprises, the students will take a closer look at how each company operates and analyse their customer relationships and revenue streams.
The Business Model Canvas works brilliantly
Yves Pigneur and Alexander Osterwalder’s 2010 book on Business Model Generation has given the whole (business) world a really useful business tool.
This management tool is the result of the marriage between academic research and sound common sense, a combination that has frequently proved to be a successful formula. This is no exception: the Business Model Canvas method not only has broad application but it really works.
Brussels/Geneva Matty Paquay belongs, together with 30 other business consultants worldwide, to the first cohort of officially certified trainers on the renomated Business Model Canvas. Matty is at this moment the only and exclusive Belgian consultant succeeding in passing the certification process. More even, it is a Benelux first.
"Stop innovating and finally do something useful!" (shout) That's a relief.
It's probably clear. We are slightly less enthusiastic about what we have been told the collective innovation frenzy can yield in practice.