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Each panelists can reward individual groups with tokens each worth 30 minutes of acceleration time and up to them how they wish to use their 8 tokens each. Teams evaluated by their quality of pitch and acceleration at Folkemødet, as well as the solutions’ impact & innovation, and viability & fesibility.
Hurry up! Join the stunning 150+ guests that has already found their way to Verdensmålenes Telt to take part in the Final Pitch & Panel
9 teams are ready to pitch and showcase their work and solutions to a panel, 3 case owners and you. We hope to see you in Verdensmålenes Telt from 16:30-17:30!
Meet and interact with 4 teams – including Team Bright Green Island that promote circular economy solutions through an online platform and an annual campaign that will showcase concrete cirular solutions at Folkemødet to set concrete examples on how Folkemødet can help Bornholm to become a zero waste island by 2032
The team from Copenhgaen Business School is ready right now at Fremstillingsindustriens truck to show you their solution to the challenge set forth by Peter Larsen Kaffe. Let them know what you think and how they can improve!
Find Team Cicrlce Solutions right now at Fremstillingsindustrien J8 that ‘The Coffee Tree’ that is a is a gamified way of creating awareness about certified coffee and its positive impacts on coffee production and consumption.
Team “The Data Hat” presenting their functional prototype to Anders Bjarklev, President of DTU, that is being co-design with Folkemødet to provide festival organizers and researchers with the necessary data on waste streams. Find them right now at Cirkuspladsen C21
Three teams was visited by Claus Møller, including Team SHYNE that got feedback on their digital platform for Fischer Lighting that connects and enable a supply and demand of retrofitted LED lighting solutions
DTU Skylab Project Manager, Krestine Mougaard, challenging the teams to engage relevant politicians, industry leaders and civil society organizations to provide feedback on their solutions and ideas – validating these for the pitch Saturday
Teams using the beautiful “backstage” of Folkemødet to digest, share and reflect on the feedback and first deep dive into Folkemødet
Two teams was invited to dicuss responsible consumption and production while playing minigolf with leaders from industy and organizations. Here Caroline with Executive Vice President of Føtex, Thor Jørgensen meet To Good To Go
Team “Another View” comebine 3 solutions on how to achieve this by redesigning the interaction between stall owners and guests at Folkemødet – they wait for your feedback and ideas in front of Verdensmålenes Telt
From mechanical to digital models and prototypes build at DTU Skylab are put together to be used at Folkemødet to test, gather data, get feedback and invite for co-creation. Find us right now at Verdfensmålenes Plads with 3 teams!
Teams facilitated to make a plan and ambition for the day – looking at what to gain from planned events, what debates to join and who to approach to bring critical feedback and new ideas to the prototypes