X Nordic Travel Contest Workshops

23.03.2023 - 24.05.2023
08:00 - 16:00
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We invite Nordic tourism businesses and organizations to join us in seeking out the biggest and most important challenges facing Nordic tourism in the years to come.

In six workshops taking place across the Nordic region, we will identify, unfold and finally prioritize the main challenges to the competitive and sustainable development of Nordic tourism. Following inspiration from trend presentations and key findings from cross-Nordic research, we will identify relevant problems that require new and shared solutions.

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In the workshops, we will break down the problems as far as we can, and unfold them into real, industry-relevant issues that can serve as starting points for the X-Nordic Travel Contest upcoming: Call for Solutions, where we will work with start-ups and innovators in solving challenges for better Nordic tourism futures.

There is a limited number of seats in each workshop, so find the workshop closest to you, sign up and secure your spot!

Locations and workshop dates

LocationDate
Stockholm27 March
Roskilde30 March
Helsinki24 April
Torshavn11 May
Bodø10 May
Reykjavik25 May

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Contacts

Emil Gejrot - Innovation Adviser

Emil Gejrot (paternity leave)

Innovation Adviser
Emil has extensive experience of innovation projects and policy analysis in the Nordic region and beyond. Before joining Nordic Innovation, he worked for a research consultancy where he focused on digital transformation, inclusion, and sustainability. He holds an MA in Transcultural Studies and has lived and worked in Sweden, Norway, the UK, and Germany.

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Hanna Törmänen Innovation Adviser

Hanna Törmänen

Senior Innovation Adviser
Hanna has background in Nordic and international exports, public-private cooperation, project management and market analysis. Her focus at Nordic Innovation is to support Nordic businesses and ecosystems in their transition towards sustainable and circular business models.

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