Business Model Canvas Workshop

Business Model Canvas Workshop

by Stephanie Macias, January 10, 2017

GNEC Technology Business Support Initiative (TBSI) is proud to present Business Model Canvas workshop at the NJIT/NJII Enterprise Development Center!

The Business Model Canvas helps startups validate their strategic assumptions as markets evolve. It’s a tool applicable for companies in all stages of growth including Seed, Early Stage, Expansion, and Fortune 500 companies, particularly those seeking investor funding.

This is a full-day Interactive Workshop open to entrepreneurs, startups, small businesses, and the public that will cover:

  • Introduction to the Business Model Canvas;
  • Elements of Successful Value Proposition Design;
  • Turning Planning into Action;
  • Case Studies and more.

Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017

Time: 9am – 4:30pm

Location: NJIT/NJII Enterprise Development Center

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About the Instructor: Travis Kahn is an entrepreneur, startup mentor, and marketing and sales specialist with prior experience in both Fortune 500 companies and technology startups. He currently manages both the Health IT Connections Program, a privately funded cluster-development initiative within the health IT sector, and Momentum accelerator program for the New Jersey Innovation Institute @ NJIT. As part of these programs, Travis and his team utilize the Business Model Canvas and methodologies pioneered by Alex Osterwalder to help founders strategize the development and implementation of innovative products and services.

Outside of NJII Travis works with private clients on early-stage strategy and product development. He is an Adjunct Professor at The New School—Parsons where he teaches Entrepreneurship, and was previously Co-Founder of Industry Networks, a media/education startup, as well as an Adjunct Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology (Entrepreneurship). Prior to these roles he was Executive Director of New Jersey’s first technology accelerator, Techlaunch, which he helped build and oversee the launch of 19 new ventures, and held various sales and marketing positions for UBS and Xerox. When not chasing his two young children, he volunteers time mentoring startups and facilitating strategic connections.

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