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Amsterdam Centre for Business Innovation

Survival of the fittest: organizations are continuously challenged to innovate in order to remain competitive and relevant in a rapidly changing environment. The Amsterdam Centre for Business Innovation (ACBI) develops and disseminates new knowledge and insights that help firms, sectors and regions to strengthen their innovation performance. ACBI is a leading knowledge center of the Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam. Its focus is on business-related innovation in the broadest sense, varying from business model innovation to the introduction of new management practices and organizational forms, smarter ways of working and new ways of co-creating value in collaborative networks.
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How have Dutch businesses experienced the COVID-19 crisis so far?
Key findings of the 2020 Dutch Innovation Monitor: many Dutch businesses have taken losses during the corona-crisis, but most expect they will recover financially within a year. It seems COVID-19 has turned out to be a driver of innovation: companies are investing in remote working, digitising processes, and introducing new earning models. From another perspective, there’s less focus on sustainability and shorter value chains.

The 3 core pillars of the Amsterdam Centre for Business Innovation (ACBI)

ACBI publications, news and media

Research in the spotlights