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Business Growth Mapping

Big House - Virtual workshop

Business planning with poststick notes
Networking | Seminars | Workshops

Using Strategzyer’s renowned Business Model Canvas and Value Proposition tools, The Big House invites creative and digital SMEs to reflect on and map out their business virtually with NTU academic Dr Lynn Oxborrow.

  • From: Tuesday 19 January 2021, 9.30 am
  • To: Thursday 21 January 2021, 12.30 pm
  • Registration: 9:15am
  • Booking deadline: Monday 18 January 2021, 12.00 am
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Event details

Strategyzer’s Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and entrepreneurial tool. It is a great way for SMEs to gain a holistic overview of their business as well as giving them the space to reflect, refine, plan and pivot new models and test new ideas.

In this workshop, our facilitators will support you to consider the tool in depth, help you identify challenges to growth and guide you through everything you need to know so you can do your own Business Model and Value Proposition Canvases. Please note this workshop will run over two mornings, Tuesday 19th January and Thursday 21st January 2020.

Before you book

Make sure that you are representing a creative or digital SME in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, and that you are eligible for The Big House programme. We will confirm details of what you will need to access the virtual session. This event is ideally suited to established SMEs in creative or digital sector, trading for some time and with employees.

Any Questions? Drop us an email about this event at bighouse@ntu.ac.uk or call 0115 848 4042.

About our facilitators, Dr Lynn Oxborrow

As a Principal Lecturer in Small Business and Supply Chain Management, Dr Oxborrow leads the operations and supply chain management subject group and lectures in supply chain management at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Her research interests focus on fashion industry supply chains and sustainable supply chain management, as well as the role of SMEs in the supply chain.

Dr Oxborrow’s role also involves leading the NBS hub of the Enabling Innovation Programme, as well as the ‘Big House’ SME competitiveness project for Creative and Digital Industries. Both projects are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

What is The Big House Programme?

The Big House offers fully-funded business support, mentoring, virtual and face-to-face workshops and networking, access to grants for creative and digital businesses in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Visit www.bighouse.org.uk for the complete details of the programme, and keep up-to-date with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

As this event is part of a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) initiative, we will require you to be enrolled in The Big House Programme, prior to attending. If you are not already enrolled, you will find the appropriate form at: https://bighouse.org.uk/enrolment-forms.

NB: We will be documenting the event. If you do not wish to be included in images or videos that may be used later for marketing purposes, please let us know beforehand.

This project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014 - 2020.

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