FINANCIAL PLANNING SERIES
Business Model Innovation
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 and Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm · Zoom Webinar · Limited to 20 attendees.
In the past 50 years, the average business model lifespan has fallen from about 15 years to less than five. Without realizing it, a business that doesn’t explicitly focus on their business model as a whole often ends up compromising their initial strengths. As we become more and more involved in the changing world, businesses need to adapt to new demands and trends.
Business transformation is unpredictable, therefore businesses should be able to embrace change by building a strategy that will make them more resilient and responsive to the marketplace. As a result, business model innovation is now an essential capability for organizations seeking to grow and maintain a competitive advantage in the Market. The aim of this session is to give you an insight into business model innovation and equip you with necessary tools to address arising business challenges.
In this session we will cover the following:
Expert in SME Financing
Patrick is a certified expert in SME financing from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. He has 19 years’ experience in Risk Management, Business Advisory and Project Management.
For the past nine years, Patrick has been providing financial advisory to small entrepreneurs, assisting them in fulfilling the necessary requirements to benefit from commercial loans. Patrick works with small businesses to help them maximize their potential and build solid and profitable business models.
Patrick holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Paris-X Nanterre. He is passionate about people, management and successful businesses and is especially inspired to help people take their careers – and themselves – to unprecedented levels.
Places are limited. Apply to get your access ticket now.
The Financial Planning Series is part of the holistic package of emergency support provided to business owners through YBI’s global network of enterprise support organizations – like Berytech in Lebanon, both YBI members and non-profit delivery partners. This includes crisis helplines, targeted advice and signposting, online training through webinars, and mentoring. Learn more about the full Helping SMEs Build Resilience Program here.