Maaike DoyerCFO / Strategy Designer Global
Maaike Doyer, Strategy Designer at Business Models Inc., supports organizations with strategy, innovation, new business model design and validation. Maaike is an expert in business design, design thinking and strategic visioning. She runs global projects, with a focus on Europe and the US. Maaike is very pragmatic and has a startup mindset.
Maaike has extensive experience in strategy development, organizational (re)design, integration & transformation projects, mainly for multinational organizations. She has extensive experience in the Technology Sector and Financial Services Industry, Sustainability and Marketing. Maaike is a regular speaker on management and innovation events, delivering keynote speeches and workshop about ‘Business Model Innovation’, ‘Designing your Future Business’, ‘Innovate like a Startup’ and ‘Think as a Designer: New Tools, New Skills, New Mindset’. She teaches at universities and MBA’s and is mentor of Startup Bootcamp.
Before Business Models Inc., Maaike was senior manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Arthur Andersen. Maaike speaks English and Dutch.
05-03-2016 Applying the 5 elements of Fashion thinking to business model innovation. During my guest lecture at the Design and Wine event, part of the Strategic Design MBA I met Natalie Nixon*. We are both huge fans and practitioners of...READ MORE
22-10-2015 Exciting news! Starting October 1st, our colleague Maaike Doyer, Global Strategy Designer and CFO, moved from Amsterdam to San Francisco. With this move Business Models Inc. makes a strategic choice to further build and strengthen the Business Models Inc. brand...READ MORE
20-05-2015 Maaike Doyer of Business Models Inc. is Mentor at Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living and E-commerce and helps the participating teams with the design of their business model. She shared her best 10 tips on how to deal with Business Models,...READ MORE
15-04-2014 The 4Ps of marketing, Product, Price, Promotion and Place, have been used by marketers around the world for decades. Because of changes in the environment, consumer behavior and business models, these classic principles are increasingly at odds with how business...READ MORE