The Budapest Doctoral Training Centre is organizing a "Business Modelling and Development" (BMD) course in Budapest from 11 September to 4 December 2014.
The course is announced for PhD students in Computer Science.
The Business Modelling and Development course is aiming to introduce the doctoral candidates to commercialization of potential business ideas and turning an idea into real business. The participants will learn to refine the idea to such a point that it can be seriously considered as a basis for creating a business.
Due to the Business Modelling and Development course, the doctoral candidates will:
- Be able to create a consistent business plan for a new venture in their respective disciplines.
- Be able to evaluate the business opportunities in the field of high technology, including legal and regulatory issues in their discipline.
- Understand both the market-driven and technology push based business ideas.
- Be able to evaluate market potential for a new venture, service or product.
- Have a holistic and in-depth understanding of the interaction between business functions within a company.
- Master the creation, protection and exploitation of IP and other intangible assets in a firm.
- Master the management of IP and intangible assets and understand their connections to a strategic business development and planning.
- Have strong presentation skills to market a new venture or a business concept.
- Know about how to create and maintain brand(s) and manage brand(s).
- Have stronger skills in organizing teamwork.
- Know how to negotiate a new venture and communicate with potential investors.
- Know how to secure funding in early stage of business development.
- Be able to manage business and innovation development projects as a part of strategic business planning.
Biweekly from 11 September to 4 December 2014
EIT ICT Labs Budapest Associate Partner Group
10/a Bogdánfy utca, H-1117 Budapest, Hungary
In order to register, please send an email to Mr. Bálint Fügi, DTC administrator: email@example.com
The number of participants is limited to 30. Registration is binding.
Lectures, social program and serving are free of charge for the participants, as described in the program.
Should you have any questions about the event, please send an email to Mr. Bálint Fügi