Changing business models in uncertain times

Simon Goldie, Director of Advocacy

Creating the right business model is critical to success as it reflects not only the funder’s attitude to risk, but even the type of finance they are providing. But business models aren’t static. They evolve over time as market conditions alter, new technological enablers emerge, business plans take a different direction, or a new opportunity comes along that requires an alternative approach.

Knowing when to change, and indeed how to achieve a smooth transition, is vital.

To help members with all of this, at our first national conference on 12 September - Insight23 – Financing the Future, we will be examining what future business models might look like, studying examples of making changes across a range of different organisations, and hearing how a new model is creating ways of serving customers.

Business modelling is one of many key topics on the Insight23 agenda. Plenary sessions will cover the latest political, regulatory, economic and technological advances, including the role of AI in financial services. As well as the business model session, there will be break out options covering net zero, ESG and investor sentiment, digital data, the future of automotive finance, and customer journey transformation.

It's a packed agenda full of timely and pertinent sessions to help businesses deliver more effectively. You can register for Insight23 here.


Published 10 Jul 2023

Become a member

What are the benefits of becoming an FLA Member?