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CNBC Management Accounting Series: Rethinking the business model

Category: LOCAL EVENT

It may be one of the most commonly terms used, but the frequency and vagueness with which “business model” is used suggests that a rethink is needed. With this in mind, an influential panel of experts has worked with CIMA to produce a business model that brings strategy and operations together in a framework that places value at its heart.

With this in mind, an influential panel of experts has worked with CIMA to produce a business model that brings strategy and operations together in a framework that places value at its heart.

CIMA’s business model considers the whole areas of co-determination and co-creation, where value sits and what value is to anyone at any moment.

You are cordially invited to attend the recording of the CGMA CNBC Management Accounting Series where our panel of industry experts will unpack this report in the African and South Africa context. 

The live studio recording will take place at CNBC Africa studios in Sandton. 

Benefits of attending:

  • Hear first-hand what the expert panellists have to say about the redefined business model and how organisations can better create value
  • Network with other senior members of CIMA and hear their views on Business models and other reporting tools 
  • Participate in the live audience discussion


Who should attend?

Anyone involved in creating or interpreting business or financial models. This event is also useful for those who may need to interpret integrated reports.

Date: Wednesday, 05 April 2017

Time: 
Registration and light lunch 12.00-12.45 
Recording 13.00-14.00 
Networking 14.00-15.00

Venue: CNBC Africa, 4th Floor, Sandown Mews, West Towers, 88 Stella Road, Sandton

Cost: Free of charge

RSVP: Audience size is limited to a maximum of 30 seats. To book, please complete and return the booking form, with “CGMA Series” in the subject line to: 

E. eventsSA@cimaglobal.com 
F. 086 566 4722

CNBC Management Accounting Series: Rethinking the business model

It may be one of the most commonly terms used, but the frequency and vagueness with which “business model” is used suggests that a rethink is needed. With this in mind, an influential panel of experts has worked with CIMA to produce a business model that brings strategy and operations together in a framework that places value at its heart.

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