Working groups reflect specific areas of interest that feed up into overarching ENJECT objectives.
Business and Revenue Models
An ENJECT Working Group
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This COST Action brings together expert networks that share their insights on business model design in areas including the digital economy, bio and nano sciences, digitalisation for consumers and consumption, information technology and healthcare, with the goal of supporting the development of sustainable and often collaborative business models in the emerging connected health sector.
Already interdisciplinary in nature through the combination of technologists, healthcare, and business researchers together, they are well placed to network in our transdisciplinary connected health community and thus envisage how the network can create and implement a research agenda to support this sector.
Prof Vincent Mangematin, Leader.
News & Events related to ‘Business and Revenue Models’ Working Group
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