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The 11th Business of Software Conference (9th Business of Software Conference in the USA) Fifth Annual Boston Photowalk is here!

The 11th Business of Software Conference (9th Business of Software Conference in the USA) Fifth Annual Boston Photowalk is here!

Arriving into Boston early? Join your fellow Business of Software attendees for the Fifth Annual Photowalk and tour around Boston. This is a great way to meet other attendees before the conference kicks off. All skill levels and all cameras/camera phones are welcome! Bring a camera… or leave it at home and just walk around town with us.

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Business of Software Conference USA 2015 Workshops

Imagine this. You spend two and a half days listening to inspiring speakers, meeting world class future partners, contacts, or friends, and then you return to the office on Monday to a mountain of emails and ten thousand questions. Soon after the invigoration and fountain of ideas you were going to implement fall to the back burner cause, hey, everything else is more important right now, right?

Business of Software Conference USA promises to give you the chance to work on, not in your business for three days. To deliver on this, we’re announcing our practical workshops to be held over two sessions at BoS Conference. Interactive, engaging sessions. Leave BoS Conference with not only ideas, but the plans to compliment them.

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How Can Business Tools Help You? | Alex Osterwalder AMA Summary

How Can Business Tools Help You? | Alex Osterwalder AMA Summary

“You don’t want a heart surgeon to turn up for your surgery with a swiss army knife. You don’t want them to use the wrong tools.”

Last week we had the pleasure of hosting Alex Osterwalder for a catch up before his Business of Software Conference USA 2015 talk – ‘How to Design Organisational Culture’.

As an entrepreneur, inventor of the Business Model Canvas and also a Best Selling author, Alex is well placed to comment on the tools people in companies can use to create clarity and direction in all areas their business.

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Humanising the Web – Sarah Hatter

Humanising the Web – Sarah Hatter

Are you saying ‘sorry for the inconvenience’ and ‘Thank You for the Feedback?’. Is your customer support leaving your paying customers feeling more exasperated than fulfilled?

Stop worrying about being professional, and worry about being human in your customer service. In this short but sweet talk from Sarah Hatter of CoSupport, she explains how.

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How To Grow and Scale A Culture with Limited Funds – Alicia Navarro

How To Grow and Scale A Culture with Limited Funds – Alicia Navarro

Scaling is a challenge which presents itself to any company starting out. Further to this, cash flow is the single greatest reason companies fail in the beginning. So how do you scale, whilst remaining respectful of your budget?

Skimlinks is a company that in 2014 facilitated $625 Million worth of transactions, and over it’s lifetime has grown to a team of over 60 people. Alicia Navarro, CEO of Skimlinks describes how she got there, shedding light on how she maintains culture, particularly through her recruitment process.

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Customer Centered Innovation – Tony Ulwick

Customer Centered Innovation – Tony Ulwick

At Business of Software Conference USA 2014, Tony Ulwick, one of the fathers of the Jobs to be Done movement, looked at the tools and processes you can use to uncover innovation opportunities.

What are your customers trying to achieve, and how can you help them get there? Simple questions, but creating a disciplined approach to uncovering and capturing the answers is a huge step forward for your business. Watch the video for answers, for those who prefer, transcript is below.

For more great insight like this, Business of Software Conference USA 2015 is only a month a way. Full Schedule Released. Tickets available here.

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