Conference Programme

The program will soon be published, this is just a set up

30 of JuneAula Radboud University
17:30-19:30Registration, welcome reception, get together

1 th of JulyStart NBM Conference
Van der Valk Hotel Nijmegen Lent
08:30-09:15Participant Registration and Coffee
09.30 - 9.40
Opening of the conference by Jan Jonker, co-chair of NBM@Nijmegen 2020
09.40 - 10.00
Words of Welcome by Hubert Bruls, Mayor of the City of Nijmegen
"The funding of academic research into new business models", Key-note on behalf of NWO by Harry Garretsen, board member for the Social Sciences and Humanities domain of NWO
10:15-10:30Key-note on behalf of TNO by Peter Werkhoven, Chief Science Officer of TNO
10:30 -11:00Procedural matters and coffee break
11:00-12:30Parallel sessions
14:00-15:30Parallel sessions:
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-17:30Parallel sessions:
19:00 - 19:30Transition to the conference dinner
19:30 - 22.30
Conference Dinner

Location: De Hemel
Franseplaats 1, 6511 VS Nijmegen

2nd of JulyNBM Conference, Van der Valk Nijmegen Lent
9.00-10:30Parallel sessions
10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-11:30Keynote t.b.c.
11:30-12:00Parallel sessions
13:30-15:00Workshop special issues round the 5th NBM Conference Chair: Rick Edgeman
13:30-15:00 Parellel sessions
15:00-15:30Coffee break
15:30-16:30Conference Closing & Outlook into NBM 2021

3rd of JulyCampus Radboud University
9.00social event - Sustainability tour
Heyendaal campus

Theme 1

“Societal transition (societal and economic level)” Theme coordinator: Niels Faber Business models may be seen as instrumental to the transition of society and the economy. The idea is that changes...
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Theme 2

“Organisational transformation (sectoral and organisational level)” Theme coordinator: Sjors Witjes On route towards a new business model, sectors and organisations are confronted with questions on what this means for their...
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Theme 3

“Organisational impact” Theme coordinator: Florian Lüdeke-Freund The heart of any business model is its value creation logic (Laasch, 2018). New business models aiming at contributions to sustainable development build on...
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Theme 4

“Young Academics” coordinator: Romana Rauter Theme 4 is a transversal theme, intended to offer a platform for young academics to present their work. The theme is open to students at...
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” TNO Session Sustainable Business Models “ Enabling sustainable business model innovation: practical tools and approaches. The transition towards a future-proof society requires businesses to become more sustainable. Overall this...
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” NWO Session Sustainable Business Models “ In October 2014 the first five consortia within the NWO ‘Sustainable Business Models’ program started, called DBM I. In 2018, they were followed...
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