Author Archives: Florian Lüdeke-Freund

Submit now! 4th International Conference on New Business Models, 1-3 July 2019, ESCP Europe Berlin

Submit now! Extended abstracts, short papers, and full papers for the 4th International Conference on New Business Models can be submitted until 1st February 2019.

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New Kid in the Business Model World – The Smart Business Modeler

The Smart Business Modeler is a new tool for online business modelling that provides continuous guidance based on intelligence augmentation and combines the latest technologies with state-of-the-art research on business model patterns.

4th International Conference on New Business Models – Keynotes Confirmed!

The following keynotes have been confirmed for the 4th International Conference on New Business Models: Stefan Schaltegger, Lorenzo Massa, and Nancy Bocken.

Save the NEW date! The 4th International Conference on New Business Models will take place 1-3 July 2019 in Berlin

The 4th International Conference on New Business Models will take place at ESCP Europe Business School, Berlin, 1-3 July 2019.

LAST MINUTE: Project employee without doctorate – Circular economy – Deadline 31st August 2018

The Christian-Doppler-Pilotlaboratory for Sustainable Product Management in a Circular Economy of the University of Graz is looking for a project employee without doctorate.

Free access until 8 September 2018 – “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy” – published in Sustainable Production and Consumption

The following link provides free access to our recently published article “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy—45 patterns to support sustainability-oriented business model innovation”.

Papers in Brief (XXV): Lüdeke-Freund, Carroux, Joyce, Massa & Breuer (2018): The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy – 45 patterns to support sustainability-oriented business model innovation

Based on a literature review and classification methodology, a new taxonomy comprising 45 sustainable business model patterns was developed. This taxonomy can assist practitioners and researchers in classifying sustainable business models by learning from the experience of others.