Presentation given at the Creative Commons Global Summit 2015 by Paul Stacey & Sarah Pearson on their open business models book and Fátima São Simão and Teresa Nobre on their Creative Commons Business Toolkit.
Creative Commons Global Summit 2015 - Open Business Models book and Business Toolkit
Exploring Open Business Models
Except where otherwise noted these materials are licensed
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC BY)
Building an open source business by Libby Levi licensed CC BY-SA
Creative Commons HQ Open Business Models Book
• Paul Stacey & Sarah Pearson
Creative Commons Portugal – CC Toolkit for Business
• Fátima São Simão and Teresa Nobre
Circular Content – A practical guide for sharing content
• Sebastiaan ter Burg
Open Business Model Examples
• Hee-sung Do, CEO of WanTreez Music, a Korean music
• Nuno Silva from 500px, a photo sharing platform
Panel Discussion of Open Business Models - all
• Ask questions at https://www.sli.do/home event code #3353
Use Cases & Stories
Top 10 Things We’ve Learned So Far (Sarah)
1. CC licensing doesn’t have much in common with the
2. Using CC licensing requires a bit of a leap of faith.
3. Because using CC licensing requires a leap of faith,
there needs to be a deeper motivation behind the
decision than purely the quest to maximize profit.
4. An engaged community is always an important part
of successful business models built around CC
5. CC licensing helps build community and inspire the
larger social mission around sharing.
Top 10 Things We’ve Learned So Far (Paul)
6. Maximize abundance – eliminate artificial scarcity.
7. Traditional market economics aren’t a good fit.
8. Crowd source & build community.
9. Gifts rather than commodities.
10.Use multiple means of open.
CC Toolkit for Business
Creative Commons Portugal
Fátima São Simão and Teresa Nobre
CC Portugal 15th October 2015
CC Global Summit Seoul