User innovation workshop, only 2 seats left

All the information you need: The ‘User Innovation’ workshop will be given by the Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies on friday September 25th 2009 (9:00h until 16:00h) and hosted by Concept7 in Paterswolde. Costs per person: € 599,00 (ex. vat).

We all know that innovation is of great importance for every company’s existence. Innovation is the mother of all winning products and services of tomorrow.

All alarm bells ring when we read our country is losing her position on the international innovation ladder. In the year 2000 Holland used to be in fourth place, but these days we let Scandinavian countries like Finland, Sweden and Denmark in front of us.

At Concept7 we thought it would be a great idea to discover their secret, so we decided to organise a ‘user innovation’ workshop in cooperation with the Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies.

You can attend it, but there’s only 2 seats left so don’t miss out and contact us today.

Two innovation experts Niels Krøjgaard en Jacob Suhr Thomson will reveal their secrets in a one-day workshop on friday September 25th at our office in Paterswolde, The Netherlands (50km from the German border). They’ll discuss 19 practical and directly usable methods which can be used during your innovation process. These methods will learn you to see things from a user’s perspective and even let them involve directly. Their innovation methods have proven to run any innovation engine.

All the information you need: The ‘User Innovation’ workshop will be given by the Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies on friday September 25th 2009 (9:00h until 16:00h) and hosted by Concept7 in Paterswolde.

Costs per person: € 599,00 (ex. vat).

Are you ready to get that innovation motor running within your organisation? Send an e-mail at stefan[at]concept7.nl or call Stefan Wobben at +316 463 40 998.

Additional information

During the last 10 years Niels Krøjgaard has worked in the advertisement industry as a project manager, producer of television commercials and as a creative idea and concept developer.

Niels has made several presentations and his courses are mostly about structured idea development. His participants’ creativity has always been kickstarted by his simple methods and tools. His courses mix theory and practice in a way that makes problem solving easy for anyone attending.

Jacob Suhr Thomsen works on a project for the Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies. The project is about doing research in the construction sector and practices user-driven innovation. He regularly does presentations about Desuden futures studies, creativity, online cultures, user-driven innovation, and the knowledge society.

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