Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 September, 2019 at 11:09 am by Christian Keszthelyi
Malta Innovation Hub — based at the Malta Life Sciences Park — will host a Co-Design Session on 10 October, kicking off at 08:30 in the morning, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta. The session will be organised by the ENISIE Project which is funded by INTERREG Italia – Malta Programme, as part of the Malta Innovation Summit 2019.
Organisers say the one-day event is especially aimed for mentors of startups, social enterprises and hub administrators, as well as social innovation hub representatives.
“In a world where complex challenges are too great to be tackled by a single discipline, co-designing presents an innovative approach to how organisations can confront issues, develop actionable ways to improve their current experiences and co-create new solutions,” the press statement says.
The session will be led by Tatiana Glad, founder and director of Impact Hub Amsterdam, who will be sharing her international experience and providing insight into what are the key ingredients to foster social innovation, entrepreneurship, community growth and positive social impact.
“From my experience, spaces that aim to be generative to human connection and entrepreneurship are stronger if they are co-created by the community that inhabits them. Our interactive workshop will help you develop a well-thought-out co-design process that invites the creativity and curiosity of users to shape their own work environment,” said Ms Glad said.
Attendance is free of charge. Organisations and individuals are required to register their interest in attendance in an email with the subject headline “ENISIE Co-Design Session 10 October 2019”.