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Sports Entrepreneurship

18 Aug 2014 to 22 Aug 2014
Lausanne, Switzerland
Attending count :
41
Total spot :
10
Fee :
CHF 2 900.00

This module is being finalised.

The Sports Entrepreneurship module provides a practical approach to entrepreneurship in sport. Lectures are a blend of experts from the EPFL and UNIL, as well as entrepreneurs from the sports industry sharing their experiences, challenges and lessons learnt. The module provides a practical approach in the form of a workshop where participants are provided with the tools and support to develop entrepreneurial business models.

 
AISTS Open Modules allow individuals from the working world to join the AISTS MSA participants and gain all of the benefits of a university course and education on a focused topic, and in a condensed time frame.
 
The AISTS MSA (Master of Advanced Studies in Sport Administration and Technology) is an internationally recognised and unique postgraduate programme in sport management held each year in Lausanne, the Olympic Capital.
 

Key Learning & Objectives

  • To understand key sources of innovation, in particular user innovation
  • To understand entrepreneurship from a process perspective
  • To provide an overview on major concepts in entrepreneurship and technology commercialization
  • To gain a practical understanding of how to develop intrapreneurship within organisations
  • To stimulate the thinking about business opportunities in the sports area
  • To share with a serial entrepreneur, the key learning’s of entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and small to medium enterprise (SME) management
  • To model a few business models found in sport and to understand what differentiates or not these models from monetary driven business models
  • To define the common elements in business models for sports
  • To unfold potential opportunities in sport for new business models
 

Participants

AISTS Open Module participants are professional, part-time or volunteer managers of international sports organisations, organisers of events or people from outside the sports industry wanting to get a holistic understanding of specific sport related topics.
 

Venue

Uranus Conference Room, Innovation Park, Building D
Campus of the EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne)
Lausanne, Switzerland
 

Registration

Registration for this module is open.
Registration will close on Wednesday, 13 August 2014.

We advise you to register early as space is limited.

Members and employees of International Sports Federations receive an exclusive discount to all AISTS open modules. For details, please contact us at +41 (0)21 693 85 92 or email info@aists.org


Schedule

Monday 18 August 2014

09:00 - 10:30     From User Innovation to Entrepreneurship, by Marc Gruber

11:00 - 12:30     Key Lessons learned by a Serial Entrepreneur, by Remi Walbaum

13:30 - 14:15     Intrapreneurship in International Sport Organisations, by Nadine Reichenthal

14:15 - 15:00     Intrapreneurship in international sport organisations: Key Success Factors, (speaker TBC)

18:00 - 21:00     Entrepreneurial Case Studies:

                               Ahmad Almajed, Pro-Vision Sports Management

                               John Chandy, SportsMentor

                               Alex Giannakis, SenseCore

                               Laurent Sturtz, Arena Events

                               Carola Schoch, Swiss City Boot Camp

 

Tuesday 19 August 2014

09:00 - 10:30     User Driven Concept Innovation and Marketing, by Topi Lintunkangas

11:00 - 12:30     User Driven Concept Innovation and Marketing, by Topi Lintunkangas

13:30 - 15:00     User Driven Concept Innovation and Marketing, by Topi Lintunkangas

 

Wednesday 20 August 2014

09:00 - 10:30     Business Model Generation: Business Models, by Boris Fritscher

11:00 - 12:30     Business Model Generation: Design Thinking, by Boris Fritscher

13:30 - 15:00     Business Model Generation: On-going Process, by Boris Fritscher

 

Thursday 21 August 2014

09:00-10:30     Business Model Generation: Refresher Exercise

11:00-12:30     Business Model Generation: Value Proposition

13:30-15:00     Business Model Generation: Workshop

 

Friday 22 August 2014

09:00-10:30     Business Model Generation of Sport : Presentation of Results

11:00-12:30     Business Model Generation of Sport : Presentation of Results


Speakers

Ahmad Almajed
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John Chandy
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Boris Fritscher
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Alex Giannakis
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Marc Gruber
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Topi Lintunkangas
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Nadine Reichenthal
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Carola Schoch
Biography and photo will be updated shortly.
Laurent Sturtz
Biography and photo will be updated shortly.
Remi Walbaum
Biography and photo will be updated shortly.