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Organised in the framework of the ECCP’s Forum of European Cluster Partnerships, our third webinar on design thinking and innovation will take place on Tuesday 13 April at 15.00 CEST.

This webinar aims to demonstrate the benefits and uses of design thinking approaches to develop effective cooperation within the European Cluster Partnerships, as well as between cluster organisations and SMEs. Design thinking approaches build systematic, visual and iterative processes. They are also beneficial for the development and validation of new strategies, services, and systems.

Background

The keynote speaker, Ditte Rønde Veise, will showcase examples of how design thinking approaches can provide an opportunity to prototype any project and partnership.

Information on speaker

Ditte Rønde Veise is currently Project Director of Resilience Lab in Vejle, Denmark. Ms. Veise has worked with innovation policy and projects for many years, specialising in public-private partnerships to drive forward digitisation and the circular economy.

She has vast experience in designing and managing programmes to engage and create collaboration in ecosystems. Ms. Veise has worked extensively with international collaborations, serving five years as Chief Consultant in the Danish Trade Council, as well as managing European projects and collaborations. She is currently the technical coordinator of the H2020 C-Voucher project, which aims to build circular value chains across regional innovation strategies.

The agenda for the webinar is as follows:

15:00 Opening and introduction by the the ECCP team and the EC

15:05 Design thinking approaches: Delivering positive impact on business innovation by Ditte Rønde Veise, Project Director at Resilience Lab

15.30 Q&A and discussion by the ECCP team and Ditte Rønde Veise

15:50 Assessment and final recommendations by the ECCP team

15:55 Closing remarks by the ECCP team

Please register here before 9 April.

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