Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Design Means Business | Alex Osterwalder, October 8th

Want to create a revolutionary product or service? You'll need BOTH design and business.

Alex Osterwalder is one of the world’s gurus of business models innovation. His tools and methodologies help start-ups to create leading innovative companies and assist world leading organizations to re-invent themselves.

Saturday, October 8th
Mingling @ 5pm, Lecture @ 6pm, followed by Q&A and continued mingling
Hors d'oeuvres and beverage service is included, 21+ only.

Wharton San Francisco
101 Howard Street (at Spear)
San Francisco, CA 94105

Click here to learn more about Alex Osterwalder

About Design Means Business
As a mutual partnership between The Wharton School and IDSA-SF, "Design Means Business" aims to bring design to the forefront in business as a way to create more meaningful, innovative companies. Each lecture draws a vibrant mix of design and business leaders from throughout the Bay Area, with plenty of opportunity for cross-pollination.

Registration is limited to 35 guests from the design community and 70 guests total. This event will sell out, pre-registration is required.