Our four unique workshops on the theme Good Health & Well-being. This is where we go from ideas to action!

1. How do we utilize the citizens’ drive and competence for better health?
Workshop with LMK-stiftelsen, Rise & Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies
New business models for individual contribution, value based healthcare and new foods will transform healthcare and increase health literacy among citizens over the next 10 years. How can we as organizations and individuals engage and prepare already today?

2. How can cell and gene therapy be a method for the general population – what new business models are needed?
Workshop with Medicon Village & Rise
Cell and gene therapies are about to transform how we treat complex diagnoses today and new diagnoses tomorrow. But so far the therapies are very expensive. For them to reach a large population production and treatment costs need to go down in order for all patients – independent of economic situation – to get treated. This workshop will discuss how the business models of healthcare will change based on these disruptive technologies.

3.How will industries re-think their business models for the SDGs?
Workshop with Mobile Heights & Zacco 
Emerging digital technologies like block chain and internet of things enable new business models for more circular economies. For traditional stakeholders this means exploring new roles and relations. New roles means new opportunities but also risk. How can the legal aspects be an enabler rather than an obstacle in promoting this transition?
This workshop will explore concrete business scenarios to identify and explore new roles and relations for more resource efficient business models. The host, Zacco, are at the core of this development. Mobile Heights is co-hosting this session.

4. Cities changing diabetes: Nordhavn – a model for healthy urban development?
Workshop with Bo Wesley, Novo Nordisk Cities Changing diabetes Henning Langberg, Copenhagen Healthtech Cluster and Katrine Schjønning, Head of Public Health Division, City of Copenhagen Health- and Care Administration and Rita Justesen, Head of Planning and Architecture, PCH City & Port Development.

The first development phase of Copenhagen’s new city district Nordhavn is well underway with a mantra of being blue and green and includes some interesting health-related features such as bike lanes and exercise facilities on the roof of the central building. Will it be possible to make the next Nordhavn development phase focus even more on population health aspects? That is the topic of this interactive workshop, where you will be asked to contribute with your ideas on how that might come about.