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Be part of the first Business Model Conference!

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Many companies had big realizations during the pandemic, many of them uncomfortable ones, and are now racing against time. Despite having good products, some were unable to operate to their full potential and capacity. After all, good products need to be supported by good business models, and that requires an understanding on how to map your organization’s system of interdependent choices. 

The solution: Companies must avoid following the law of foolish fellowship by starting an industry’s firsts and stop hyper-focusing on existing practices. Companies must also identify their value chain and pinpoint exactly how they are going to create value, deliver it, and capture it better than their competition.

In the 1st Business Model Conference, 10 C-Suite executives give their point of view on business design: tips, Q&As, and LIVE interaction as they explain the elements of their business models and what makes them tick.

Day 1

Keynote Address: DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez

Designing Your Strategy
1. Cris Albert, President of Fila iSports Life
2. Raul Joseph Concepcion, Chairman of Concepcion Industrial Corporation
3. Robert Galang, President of Cignal TV and TV5

Key questions tackled:
- What is the process of designing and redesigning a winning business strategy before and during the pandemic?
- How do changes in business conditions affect how they approach strategic options?
- How would they know if business models are going to be winners?
- How do they disrupt themselves instead of becoming disrupted by others?
- How can business leaders build more agility in strategic choices, especially during turbulent times?

Designing Your Marketing 5.0 (with A.I.)
1. Henry Aguda, Chairman of UBX Philippines, Sr. EVP of Union Bank


Key questions tackled:
- How do they reframe marketplace challenges to find strategic opportunities in large organizations?
- How do they get corporate-wide ideas for digitalization and innovation for competitive advantage?
- How do they secure stockholders’ buy-in, and address organization inertia when approached with a new business model?
- How do they drive 10x growth with their new business model? How do they address competition eventually catching up or launching more disruptive innovation?

Business Model: The Importance of Value Chain and Reconfiguration for Innovation
By Josiah Go


Key questions tackled:
- How can leaders map their organization’s system of interdependent strategy choices?
- Why can marketing, operations, finance and HR no longer ignore understanding and participating in the bigger business model?
- Why is traditional differentiation taught to marketers still inferior if not linked to a bigger kind of differentiation?
- Why should lessons from Porter, Drucker, Collins, as well as Chan and Mauborgne be incorporated in a business model map?
- What has studying 45 companies from 17 countries during the pandemic taught him about survival strategy of non-essential products and services?

Day 2

Keynote Speaker: Presidential Adviser Joey Concepcion III

Designing Your Ecosystem
1. Alfred Tumacder III, President of Acrotrans
2. Surendra Menon, President of BPI-Philam Life Assurance

Key questions tackled:
- How do they design and fine tune ecosystems’ alliance strategy for best performance?
- How do they identify and create their desired culture for teams to collaborate well?
- How do they uncover ways to improve productivity and profitability? What are effective strategies for partnering well and leveraging the network?
- How does managing an ecosystem change with digital transformation?

Designing Your Value Chain
1. Ronald Mascariñas, President of Bounty Agro
2. William Tiu Lim, President of Mega Global

Key questions tackled:
- Beyond value proposition, how do they design their value chain to spot activities that can add value and attain competitive advantage?
- How do they make trade-off decisions on what to do versus what not to do in order to stay ahead of the competition? What was the sequence of their value chain priority and why?
- How do they achieve high performance throughout the value chain?
- How do they practice purposeful abandonment of some of the things they don’t practice which their competition does?

Designing Your Assets and Systems to Compete
1. Lawrence Ferrer, President of Bayad Center
2. Jesus Romero, COO of Converge ICT

Key questions tackled:
- How do they identify and harness your resources to build competitive advantage?
- How do they make trade-off decisions in identifying resources and culture needed to make strategy come alive?
- How does one pinpoint, prioritize and implement improvement strategies that will succeed?
- What mistakes does one avoid when choosing key resources and processes for a business model?
- How does one ensure process is adequate for the business model?

*Speakers, topics and schedule may be subject to changes without prior notification. Please be guided accordingly.