CDiG: Business Models in a Digital Age 2014

The primary goals of the Center for the Digital Globe (CDiG) include interdisciplinary research, teaching and service to Missouri businesses. We also collaborate on research, teaching and service at the national and international levels.

At Business Models in a Digital Age, held at RJI on April 29, 2014, six entrepreneurial project teams gave presentations throughout the day. Videos of the morning presentations are available here.

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