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Brave New Worlds: How to (Really) Build Disruptive Business Models

by Retail & Luxury Goods Club


Thu, 10 Oct 2019

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

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Candid Arts Trust, 3 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ





Motley London, an emerging DTC jewellery brand has partnered up with new disruptor art auction brand The Auction Collective to create an immersive installation of jewellery and art - The Crossover.
To kickstart the four-day event, they will host a panel discussion on disruptive business models and how to build them, and they invite LBS Retail & Luxury Goods Club members to join the event.

PANEL DISCUSSION: How to (really) build disruptive business models
Breaking antiquated business models is hard. And building new ones is even harder. Which is why they’ve invited those who’ve done it and those who’ve invested in those who’ve done it to come and speak about it. Is there anything such as a new idea? How many mistakes did they have to make to get there? The panellists will be sharing their experiences on how – or if – they’ve created new business models and the implications of that.

Karen Kerrigan, COO of Seedrs
Aron Gelbard, Co-Founder and CEO of Bloom & Wild
Julia Salasky, CEO and Founder of Legl (formerly CrowdJustice)
Rishi Stocker, International Expansion Lead at Revolut and angel investor

Drinks will be provided on the night by our sponsors Estrella and Punchy.

Tickets are normally £10, and include drinks from Punchy and Estrella, but the hosts offer 50% off for LBS students with code: LBS50.


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