Denmark is known as a Nordic country with a higher level of happiness. One of Denmark’s national strategies, despite its status as the No 1 smart city in Europe, is that the policy driving its social system is human-centered instead of tech-centered. Innovators in Denmark are working on human-centered models utilizing IT technology, service robots, etc.
Denmark also focuses on “design driven innovation,” to create new value by combining international technologies that serve their national interest.
This is the Working Group held with the aim of studying Denmark’s innovations and the possibility of combining international technologies.
In this Working Group, it is also going to expressed what is Japanese internationally evaluations of technology, company and healthcare institution etc., and what does Denmark think about international relationship with Japan, and, how should be the project for it.
(1) Mr. Keiichi Hirotsune, Representative Director, Institute of Creative Industries and Culture
“Global Health Cluster and Denmark Working”
(2) Mr. Kensuke Nakajima, Investment Manager / Invest in Denmark of Royal Danish Embassy
“Denmark’s innovativeness and Value Creation 2.0 with Japanese technological capability”
Discussion & Card exchanging”
*This Working Group was taken over by GHI as an independent work following a cluster project carried out as a “Regional New Industry Strategy Promoting Project.”
|開催時間||13:00 - 15:30|
|会場情報||UDX Guest Room E, Akihabara UDX 4th Floor|
|住所||14-1, Sotokanda 4-chome|