IoT Business Model Design

IoT Business Model Design

Date & Time
Thursday, 9 February, 2017 - 18:00 to 21:00
Food and beverages served?
No
Venue
Seminar room
Type of event
Public Event (Open for walk-ins)

IoTSG’s one of the goals for 2017 is to focus more towards indepth Solutions Design, Business Case and Use cases. Business Model Design is an important phase of End to End planning for the organizations to understand and define the clear needs before starting their IoT Journey.

In this session we will learn from Mohit the IoT Business Model Design, approach and guidelines.

Mohit is a strategy & marketing professional with over 16 years of experience across consulting and telecom industries. He has worked with PwC, Accenture, Nokia & Microsoft and is currently on garden leave before he starts at an exciting new start-up. He is an alumnus of London Business School, Institute of Management Technology and Indian Institute of Technology

Mohit is an IoT enthusiast and has authored several articles on IoT from the business perspective. His article on Business Models in IoT received over 300K views on Linkedin and his blog, Telecomcircle.com. He has advised a large number of startups in the IoT space. 

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DATE & AGENDA: Thursday, 9th Feb 2016

• 06:00 pm – Registration & Networking 

• 06:45 pm – Introduction 

• 07:00 pm – Expert Talk by Mohit

• 08:15 pm - QnA 

• 08:30 pm - Networking continued

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VENUE:

NUS [email protected], 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent #02-01, SG139951

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