‘From simple data collection from a local city center to valuable insight into customer behavior’ is the headline of one of the paneled posts that Anne Thomas holds from the Lifestyle & Design Cluster holder.
Big data is the widespread buzzword of the time, but smaller data sets from local areas can also be of great value. Where do customers go? At what times? And how long will they be? It has GTSs and innovation networks in collaboration shown in cities like Ringe and Ry, where simple technical solutions have opened up for interesting insights into the city’s life. Come and hear the good examples from Innovation Expert Anne Thomas and Deputy Director of Alexandra Institute, Anders Kofod-Petersen, and discuss the possibilities based on live data at the People’s Meeting.
We are also represented in the Circular Economics area. Project leader at the national CE Hub, Isabella Holmgaard, participates in the debate on how we can better utilize our textile resources in Denmark in the future. She will be in good company with DAKOFA, who organizes a fashion show with recycled clothing, and sets the stage for debate on whether EU rules could affect our CE efforts.
Anne Thomas live tracker also from the Folk Meeting to show how easy to collect data about people’s journeys around the area and show concrete examples of how a similar data collection can be used to strengthen local business life in Danish cities.
In addition to the Lifestyle & Design Cluster, a large number of clusters and innovation networks participate in the People’s Meeting. In addition to being represented on their own, the networks are happy to present, debate or help with contacts.