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Growing a business means constantly looking for new opportunities. But the chances of a new lead working out can be small. So how do you increase the success rate of new business activity?
Over five days, you’ll live and learn strategies for growth, create an elevator pitch, assess the strengths and weaknesses of your business idea – and find out how to convince stakeholders. You’ll write a business plan that will create real impact for your business – and get feedback from faculty and peers.
Over five game-changing days, you’ll develop a sound business plan – and gain the confidence to pitch your idea internally and to investors. You’ll learn to structure your proposal and build the right team to move it forward. Then you’ll present your ideas and get feedback from faculty and peers.
Lectures, real-life cases, guest speakers and coaching are all focused on entrepreneurialism. Which means you’ll get the knowledge and skills you need to take your business development management to the next level.
The New Business Development programme covers four modules:
In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:
Engineering & Service Manager at Spiromatic
You learn how to work with very practical tools which you can apply to real life cases and to your own company. They help you deal with uncertainty and guide you through the various steps necessary in launching new products or services, or starting a new company. Based on practical evidence, you learn that to be successful, managers also need to be entrepreneurs. New Business Development is a programme that succeeds in linking theory to practice!