Understanding Nordic Innovation Excellence
This Knowledge Exchange Wales business breakfast event will offer Welsh businesses the opportunity to learn about successful innovation techniques through real business examples from the leading Nordic countries and build new trade links.
Date: Tuesday 28th September
Time: 8.30am until 10.30am
Venue: The Village Hotel, Swansea
Knowledge Exchange Wales (KEW) – a collaboration between Swansea and Bangor Universities – offers specialist expertise and facilities to industry. It is the first network in Wales to be a member of Global Connect, giving members a platform on which to develop international collaborations. (For further information visit www.kewales.com.)
This event’s key speakers include:
Filippa Kull, Director of Business Development, Stockholm Science City – Attracting academia and business to Life Sciences in Stockholm
Henrik Brorsen, Director, Connect Denmark – Innovation Support Network
Lars-Uno Larsson, Founder and CEO, Swedish Biomimetics 3000® AB – Entrepreneur of the Year in Sweden 2002
Scandinavia is considered the benchmark as the leading region in respect to R&D and innovation within Europe. The European Innovation Scoreboard developed by the European Commission, to look at the EU27 member states, rates Denmark, Finland, Germany and Sweden as the innovation leaders, all with innovation performance well above the European average and all other countries.
This event will offer an interesting insight on some of the most innovative and successful countries in Europe and the opportunity to learn about Scandinavian innovation ecosystems.
It will also offer Welsh businesses the opportunity to develop links with these countries, through networking.
The event is free of charge and breakfast will be provided. For further information or to register your attendance, please contact 01792 606060 or email email@example.com .