Business as unusual
: 3D printed prosthetics, drones, solar energy, eHealth and mobile pay are examples of advanced solutions that are pushing the boundary between price and functionality. High-tech, in other words, does not necessarily contradict providing accessible solutions for the poorest people. On the contrary, it may be a precondition for achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). How to drive SDG innovation is investigated at a two-part event addressing the link between technology and sustainable development. Join the morning seminar
for inspiration on the progress technologies are creating already, which disruptions might occur and what challenges and dilemmas are likely to follow. Learn from pioneering companies, innovation experts and sector specialists looking for novel solutions. Registration: open.
The afternoon workshops
dive deeper into opportunities within selected sectors. Through hands-on sessions companies, leading practitioners, researchers and young bright minds will develop ideas and discuss what it takes to move them forward. Registration: limited space.
The seminar and workshop is part of a series of SDG workshops co-hosted by DI and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to inspire companies to contribute to business-led solutions and on board the Sustainable Development Goals.