Looking for new partners to solve a challenge? An opportunity to present your solution to the right company? Or fellow passionadas from different fields of knowledge? We match the right people to help develop solutions, networks and new partnerships.
Next Match events
We have more than 12 different MATCH workshops every year – all of them tailored to specific urban challenges and carefully designed to move your business forward. Depending on the challenge or topic, we select the right type of workshop(s) and set the right team.
Heres a short overview of our three MATCH formats:
Fast Track Match
Half day workshop: A fast track for challenges that require short, comprehensive and intensive attention. We set the right team for a four hour sprint.
Match & Create
Two-day workshop: A company poses a challenge, we bring together the relevant stakeholders across sectors and provide this platform to share knowledge, mature ideas and form new partnerships.
Match & Export
GET IN TOUCH
Interested in finding out more about MATCH and how it can help your business moving forward? Contact Project Lead Mie Wittenbrug at firstname.lastname@example.org / +45 22 83 58 25
As a supplement to MATCH, you can also gain free access to the online database Innovationsradar. An overview of private and public funding programs, inspirational cases and tools on how to get started with your funding application.
A selection of MATCH articles:
Beating the Urban Sprawl
How can we use existing spaces in cities better?
We need radical new solutions to meet the challenge of lack of affordable housing and space in major cities all over the world. This is the clear message from partner in ERIK Arkitekter, Morten Ørsager, who initiated a Match & Create workshop on urban density with BLOXHUB.
10 suggestions for the digital futures of small towns
How can we make use of technological possibilities, so that life in smaller cities and in rural areas becomes easier, better and smarter?
Based on a Match & Create Workshop on “Smart villages and rural areas”, we have collected 10 suggestions for the digital future of small cities.
Disrupting the value chain
Manufacturers of building materials can become better at selling their products upstream in the value chain. Here’s five tips to do that.
Building owners, developers and building investors are all willing to spend more costs on building materials if it means an increase in return of investment in the overall economy of the building.