- 07 Jun 2016
- 5:30pm - 8:00pm
- Live Event
2 Swan Lane
London EC4R 3TT
We invite you to join Fieldfisher & Strategy Dynamics for an interactive session discussing business models suited to start-ups and early stage companies.
'Show me your business model' is a common demand from investors - but what exactly is a business model? Most sources suggest either qualitative descriptions or guesses at top-level financials. But a living, quantified business model of your business is entirely possible - in fact easier and more useful than most spreadsheet models.
This session will show examples of real models that early-stage companies have used to build confidence between their teams and their investors - and actually raise finance! Bring a tablet or large phone if you want to explore one of these models yourself.
We will also explain how these models are being used to steer the week-to-week decision-making in early-stage businesses.
Fieldfisher is a European law firm with offices in London, Manchester, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Paris, Shanghai and Silicon Valley. We work with many founders, providing a one-stop service for early stage IP-rich businesses
Kim is an experienced strategy professional, teacher and writer. After 15 years in senior strategy roles, Kim joined the faculty at London Business School, teaching on MBA and Executive programs. Realising serious limitations with the strategy methods available, he developed the powerful strategy dynamics frameworks. He is author of the prize-winning Competitive Strategy Dynamics (Wiley, 2002), a major strategy textbook Strategic Management Dynamics (Wiley, 2008), and e-book summary of the method – Strategy Dynamics Essentials (Kindle, 2011). He is also co-owner of Strategy Dynamics Ltd, which publishes "serious games" and other dynamics-related learning material for management, and the user-friendly modelling application, Sysdea. Most recently, his work has proved directly transferable to non-business domains, including International Aid and the provision of elderly-care capacity.
If you are interested in attending this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org