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Business models and UX – the final Mind the Product 2014 speakers

Great products balance business, technology and user experience, which is why Mind the Product focuses on that intersection. And in the spirit of that balance we’re proud to announce the final two speakers for this year’s Mind the Product conference – two of the leading thinkers and practitioners in business model innovation and UX:

Alex Osterwalder | Author and Entrepreneur

Alex is one of the world’s leading thinkers on business model innovation and modeling. He is the inventor of the Business Model Canvas, a tool to visualise, challenge and reinvent business models, as well as the lead author of Business Model Generation, a global bestseller with over a million copies sold in 30 languages.

He’s the co-founder of and working on his next book – Value Proposition Design, due out this fall. Alex holds a PhD from HEC Lausanne, and is a frequent guest lecturer at Stanford, Berkeley, MIT, and IESE.

Leisa Reichelt | Head of User Research, Government Digital Service

Leisa is the Head of User Research at the UK Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office, HM Government. She leads a team of researchers who work in agile, multidisciplinary digital teams to help continuously connect the people who design products with the people who will use them.

Before joining the public sector she was a freelance consultant and worked with clients including Virgin Atlantic, BBC, SonyBMG, HSBC, The Economist, Drupal and the University of Surrey. Leisa tweets at @leisa and occasionally blogs at


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