With its strong digital infrastructure, well-educated workforce and flat hierarchies, Denmark has the ideal conditions for our businesses to lead the transition to new business models.
Companies can utilize the Danish Design DNA as a resource in shaping new products and services and to build valuable alliances with clients, partners, technology, markets and the environment.
Working with businesses, policymakers can develop more agile frameworks, shaping and adapting to the markets of tomorrow.
Below, you can read more about what we do at Next Business.
As a participant in Sprint:Digital, companies receive a fully facilitated sprint based on a concrete project, idea or challenge. In collaboration with designers, through the course of 5 consecutive work days, the company will work towards an effective business plan for their digitalization.
Together with international and Danish experts, the Danish Design Centre explores how to design competitive business models for manufacturing companies based on open source principles. In 2018, 10 Danish manufacturing companies participated in the programme – and the toolkit is now publicly available.
The mentors work to strengthen the business development of SMEs by qualifying their use of designers and design methods.
SISCODE is a three-year program funded by the EU, helping innovation environments to embed technological tools at a policy maker-level through design processes and co-creation.
The initiative aims at developing and promoting the connection between designers, makers and the market.