Jean Lievens: Open Business Models by Creative Commons – Call for Participation

Design, Economics/True Cost
Jean Lievens
Jean Lievens

Creative Commons Launches Program to Identify, Share Open Business Models

Creative Commons is developing an “open business models initiative” aimed at showing how Creative Commons licenses are being used by businesses, not-for-profits, and governments. According to Paul Stacey, Creative Commons’ associate director of global learning, one of the most asked questions by entrepreneurs to the Creative Commons organization is, “How do I earn a living, pay the bills, and keep the lights on if I openly license my work and give it away for free?” The project is intended to identify and share examples of businesses that are doing just that.

For details on activities related to the business models initiative, including specifics for participation, and links to the participation tools, visit the Creative Commons Open Business Models Participation Activities document.

Open Business Models — Call for Participation from Paul Stacey, 6 March 2015


Frank de Langen, A Business Model for Research & Education

About Frank De Langen


Opt in for free daily update from this free blog. Separately The Steele Report ($11/mo) offers weekly text report and live webinar exclusive to paid subscribers, who can also ask questions of Robert. Or donate to ask questions directly of Robert.