New Partnership with the Global Institute for Innovation Districts

Science City Lyngby has an ambitious strategy to develop a word-class ecosystem for innovation in our region. That is not a simple process and for that reason, we have decided to participate in a so-called Small Peer Sharing Network between Innovation Districts in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

The goal is to share knowledge and experience and learn from each other as well as discuss how to navigate and drive development in such a complicated multi stakeholder governance model.

On August 27th we participated in an online meeting ‘Tailored Support for Start-ups’ together with DTU Science Park. The different ecosystems shared their support system practice and good and bad experiences in tailoring support systems for start-ups.

On September 1st Science City Lyngby had an individual strategy session based on three challenges defined by us. Based on the global experience, GIID staff gave valuable feedback to our team, which we will present to our board later this month.

Over the coming five months, we will be invited to different thematic sessions, and we will of course invite relevant member organisations accordingly to take part.

Graphic summary of the session: