The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship (University of Strathclyde Business School) invites you to an interactive workshop on “Business Models for 3D Printing”.
When: Wednesday 29th March 2017, from 09:30 to 16:30 (BST)
Where: Strathclyde Business School, Cathedral Wing, Room CW507b, 199 Cathedral Street, Glasgow G4 0QU
What do emergent Business Models for 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing across industries and sectors look like?
This hands-on workshop gathers together a unique and diverse group of stakeholders from Government, Industry and Academia to map possible scenarios for 3D Printing Business Models which capture emergent opportunities for value creation, delivery and capture in the 3DP/AM arena.
As a workshop participant you will take part in a scenario planning exercise. Scenario planning is a fully interactive futures-thinking workshop. You will gain vital insights into plausible futures for 3D printing technologies. Scenario planning will help you explore contextual and transactional environments, contextual variables, and their inter-relationships and interactions with regard to the unfolding future of 3D printing. You will leave with a better understanding of the influences these factors will have over time in determining how and why the future may evolve in different ways, and the impact these can have upon 3D printing technologies and the emergent Business Models.
Workshop attendance is free and it is on an invitation-only basis. However, if you are unable to attend personally, you can nominate a colleague to attend on your/your organisation’s behalf.
Please register your interest by emailing [email protected]