Innovation & Enterprise


Startup innovation models: Finding the right model for your business

Adapt and innovate your early stage business model on this highly practical free one-day course. Learn about models which have worked for other businesses and get input from other founders.

This free course will help you improve your original business model and grow your startup more efficiently and effectively.

You'll learn about startup innovation models that have been used by successful businesses.

Then, with input from peers, you'll work out which model works best for your business idea.

This course is part of our ‘Inspire’ series of courses.

Who it’s for

This course is for UCL students, staff and recent graduates (within 3 years of graduating) who are new to entrepreneurship.

You should have already created an initial business model and want to take it to the next level.

    What to expect

    This is a very practical course, which will help you learn how to adapt and innovate your early stage business model.

    You'll learn about the business models and methods of other successful and well-known businesses.

    You'll work in groups and act as ‘consultants’ for each other, questioning and challenging each other’s business models and suggesting new patterns of working.

    About the tutor

    Stuart Hartley is the managing director of Incrementa Consulting Limited. He's been supporting students and graduates with enterprise and business startups for the past 15 years. Along the way, he's helped over 2,500 students and graduates to start businesses.

    Dates and times

    Booking has closed for this course. New dates will be published here when confirmed. 


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