This ICDK analysis is made for Innovation Centre Denmark in Shanghai by the Chinese based consultancy company China Skinny. The report looks into innovation as a primary force for economic development by investigating five selected areas.
Information meetings will be held in Copenhagen on the 15th December, and in Aarhus on the 19th December 2016
China and Korea make up the largest market for gaming in the world. They are ready for Scandinavian games and gamification technologies. Are you ready for China and Korea?
Nanna Ulsøe and Jane Ulsøe are sisters and together they built a business that offers the best online management tool for visual thinkers. The two women agree that entrepreneurship is a tough game – a good business idea is only 5 percent of becoming successful entrepreneurs, while the remaining 95 percent is a mix of hard work, a positive drive and goal oriented ambitions.
Two Danish women want to teach the world about a sustainable approach to innovation. In their point of view, companies can incorporate sustainable solutions by turning to the processes of nature and see how the nature is solving complex tasks.
Pernille Ravn Jakobsen is working on her PhD which combines conventional research disciplines and solution-based methods known from entrepreneurship to improve the treatment for osteoporosis patients. She wants to do research that benefits and improve society – not research for the sake of research.
The Danish Ministry for Higher Education and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has decided to establish a new innovation centre in Israel. Israel is the country in the OECD, which invests most in research, innovation and entrepreneurship. Investment in research makes up more than 4 percent of Israel’s GDP.
Three Innovation Centres have been working together to hold a Clean Tech Innovation Workshop which will take place on the 3rd of June. This workshop is a unique opportunity to get access to three clean tech markets, innovation ecosystem and decision making process.
ICDK, Shanghai together with Tsinghua University and Technical University of Denmark (DTU), will host a Sino-Danish bilateral forum (8th - 11th April) discussing the possibilities and challenges of Solid Oxide Cells in energy transition.