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Latest Alliance Newsletter - June 2017

last modified Jun 01, 2017 11:34 AM
June 2017 Cambridge Service Alliance Newsletter

The June Newsletter from the Alliance is now available.  For the FULL version click here.

Find out what is in this months issue of the Cambridge Service Alliance Newsletter below:

  • June 2017 Newsletter
  • New Programme!Ecosystems Strategy
  • Service Week 2017 -Bridging to new service technology
  • New Deputy Director of the Service Alliance
  • Exploring the Journey to Services - Thought Leadership Blog
  • Webinar -Ecosystems value framework
  • RECODE Network at CIRP Manufacturing Systems 2017 -Taiwan
  • 2 day executive programme - Making the shift to services
  • Service Excellence Programme - Veolia
  • Human-Technology Frontier for Smart Services
  • Risks of outcome-based service contracts
  • UK Defence and Security Innovation Initiative
  • Theme update -Making the shift to services
  • Business ecosystems classification
  • Webinar - B2B partnerships
  • Theme update - Data analytics for services
  • Alliance Visitor -Martin Fritz
  • Bridging the co-creation gap
  • Tim Pearce placement at Alan Turing Institute
  • Seminar on co-creation in Living Labs
  • Theme update: Ecosystems value mapping and analysis
  • Exploring the Journey to Services
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