Creating Value in Uncertainty
Creating Value in Uncertainty is a three-part video series that provides practical approaches and tools to help new and established business owners and managers explore, evaluate and execute opportunities that add or create new value for customers and their business in times of rapid change and uncertainty.
Claire Quigley is an accomplished commercial marketer, innovation strategist and business development manager. She holds domestic and international experience in B2B sales. Specialising in business model and value proposition design as well as go to market strategies and sales enablement, Claire understands what to look for when creating business success.
Your registration enables access to all three 1-hour videos, slide decks and workbooks.
Video 1 - Explore opportunities
Discover tools that will help you look at your customer needs in a new way. Learn how to ask better questions to get better solutions. Equip yourself with effective ways to test your ideas fast.
Video 2 - Evaluate potential
Find ways to lift your business model to deliver what is needed. Learn effective idea generation and evaluation approaches. Take the litmus test – will this generate the margins, customers and sales you are looking for?
Video 3 - Execute plans
Discover frameworks that allow for your current business environment, and create focus & momentum to execute on new ideas. Learn how to avoid the overwhelm of what needs to be done through structured roadmap models. Focused execution is king!
What is I2N?
The University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) fuels the success of innovators and entrepreneurs to build great businesses by connecting them with community, coaching, customers and capital. We do this through a range of programs across our I2N Hubs at Hunter Street, Williamtown, Muswellbrook and Honeysuckle (opening 2021).
UON is proud to be able to bring this event to you via the NSW State Government's Boosting Business Innovation Program.
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