Green Innovation Camp focuses on bridging education and business development – creating networks between students and businesses.
The business community needs much more green knowledge, and the educations need contact with the business community’s very specific business cases. That is why the Green Innovation camp brings students and businesses together in collaboration on the green transition. The businesses have the right business cases and come with real challenges and the students bring knowledge and tools to green business development.
For two intense days, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish students worked with green business development at 3 business cases respectively: Salling Autogenbrug, Oplevelsescentet Naturkraft in Ringkøbing and Liqtech in Hobro.
The camp took place in the research center CGC at the Department of Business Development and Technology (BTECH) at Aarhus University in Herning, Denmark.
The next Green Innovation Camp II will take place in week 11 in Denmark.