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Presentations to the ATOS for Gold programme

last modified Mar 01, 2017 01:54 PM
Andy Neely and Florian Urmetzer presented to a senior group from ATOS who were in Cambridge for the ATOS for Gold programme, an executive programme run by IfM ECS.

Andy Neely and Florian Urmetzer presented to a senior group from ATOS who were in Cambridge for the ATOS for Gold programme, an executive programme run by IfM ECS. They talked about service business model innovation and service design, exploring how these ideas applied both to ATOS and their wider client base. The CSA runs a public programme on servitization open to those interested. The next running of this programme will be at the beginning of March.

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