Event Date: 7 February 2018
Venue: „New Gliwice” Business and Education Centre of Upper Silesian Agency for Entrepreneurship and Development LTD, 44-100 Gliwice, Bojkowska 37
12:00 – 17:00 Project partner meeting
9:00 Welcome and introduction to the day
9:30 Best practice 1 – Service process presented from the viewpoint of an SME using the service – Vilnius
9:50 Best practice 2 – Service process presented from the viewpoint of an SME using the service – Laurea
10:10 Best practice 3 – Service process presented from the viewpoint of an SME using the service
10:30 coffee break
11:00 Individual planning of one’s LL service – sketch your living lab present or future service in the form of a customer / SME journey.
12:30 Visit to a living lab in Upper Silesia
15:00 Presentation and discussion of the service processes in groups.
16:00 Presentation of 4 services.
16:30 Next steps – planning the Workshop in June 2018 about Involving real users and stakeholders into your offering
16:45 End of the workshop
The workshop is part of the ProVaHealth project.
ProVaHealth aims to overcome the following challenges:
- Most Living Lab infrastructure serves only locally or regionally meaning lack of clients
- Slow market uptake of innovations
The overall strategic aim is the “Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of healthcare products and services”.
ProVaHealth facilitates access to health infrastructures for startups and SMEs aiming for commercialization with excellent client validation opportunities, hands-on feedback and input for product development.
It involves 14 health Living Labs from the Baltic Sea Region.