This page will highlight some of the groundbreaking cases, that Lifestyle & Design Cluster has completed.
Lifestyle & Design Cluster and Service Platform has joined together in the project ‘Digital Growth Culture’, in order to strengthen the digitalization for SMEs. The project focuses on developing the digital competencies at employees and leadership, and to create networking solutions between different companies. After this, there will be implemented focused and individually adjusted counseling courses for the companies, focusing on
digitalization and e-commerce. Alongside of this project, Lifestyle & Design Cluster hopes to strengthen digitalization all together, for Danish companies.
Case 1 – New York Masterclass – Studytrip
Together with Lifestyle & Design Cluster, Dansk Mode & Textile & HEADSTART FASHION og FDIH Service Platform has just completed a successful masterclass titled ‘Capturing the US Market’, in a little week in New York City. The purpose of the trip was to gain insight into different ways/channels, the danish companies can use to gain foothold in the American market.
Read the entire case here: http://ldcluster.com/capture-the-us-market-masterclassesnew- york-2/
Case 2 – Digital Growth Culture
Danish Business Authority has started the offer Digital Growth Culture. Its purpose is to strengthen the digitalization and e-commerce in small and medium large companies. Digitalization is, for a lot of companies, the way to go, in order to obtain new markets and new businessmodels. This project offers a unique opportunity to gain new knowledge and competencies in your company, so the SME’s is ready to take the next digital
step. Read the entire case here: http://ldcluster.com/portfolioitem/digital-vaekstkultur/
Case 3 – Customer Traffic Mapping
Using digital measuring-tools, you can map, how citizens shops and uses the city-middle. This knowledge gives new opportunities for lifting the retailbusinesses. The Innovationnetwork Service Platform, has joined forces with IBIZ Techlab, and has completed a number of customer-traffic projects, where they have mapped the buying patterns of the shoppers, in 4 Danish cities, based on data from the shops itself.
Read the entire case here: http://www.serviceplatform.dk/sites/default/files/download/case-data-fysiskebutikker.pdf