Tag Archives: co-creation

Ringing the Bell for Change

In this candid conversation, Rohan Kini, founder of “Bums on the saddle”, takes a moment to reflect on his journey from running a weekend bike shop on a rooftop to taking an active part in the changing bicycle scene in Bangalore.  He says, “Biking in India is on the upswing, the validation for this is [...]

Indian artist captures city soundscapes

Sound gives you an idea of other realities…   Budhaditya Chattopadhyay is an example of an Indian artist who mixes Danish and Indian heritage in his work. He is currently working in Denmark while using his Indian heritage as a source of inspiration in his artistic expressions. His work is used in live performances and recordings. [...]

Creating a vision for a co-creative tomorrow

In an intense closed-door session 35 enthusiasts from 10 countries – co-creation specialists and practitioners – shared ideas, experiences and visions in an effort to craft a manifesto on co-creation and the potential of design thinking. The video provides glimpses of what went on when the 35 co-creation specialists and practitioners met and shared their [...]

Co-creating innovation for the future

Sudhanshu Rai talks about co-creation Sudhanshu Rai is Lead Investigator on the Co-Creating Innovation for Future Markets bilateral research project with Denmark and India, which is a project hosted by the Copenhagen Business School. About Co-Creating Innovation for Future Markets The key objective of Co-Creating Innovation for Future Markets (CCIFM) is to study the phenomenon [...]

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