Innovation workshop

Dear participants and interested parties, 

we invite you to our discourse on innovation methods, which will be examined from different professional perspectives. The discourse will take place within the framework of the ongoing EU Interreg project MaC Village, in which partners from Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Germany and Austria are using frugal Innovation to bring together entrepreneurs from rural areas with interested parties from the cultural and creative industries in order to jointly launch innovations. We would like to discuss with you the method we have used to do this in the last three years, the successes and failures we have had and, above all, how others do it, and we look forward to an Innovation Gap Scouting together. 

We have selected speakers for you, each with their own specialist perspective, who will report on their innovation methods and take us into their world of innovation. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the insights you can expect and look forward to many new insights. 

If you have already registered, please do so again, as we do not know whether we have received your registration. You will receive feedback from us immediately after your registration.

We look forward to an exciting exchange with you. The detailed programme with the speakers we were able to win over for you can be found here in English or German language.

For:       "MaC Village Innovation Gap Scouting
When:   27 October 2021 , from 2pm to 5 pm
Where:  Online & Start UP Lab of the SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Ernst-Reuter-                               Platz 10, 10587 Berlin.

The event is part of the project MaC Village, supported by Interreg Central Europe programme.  

We are pleased to invite you to a special exchange of methods with inspiring innovation researchers from different disciplines on the following topic: 

MaC Village Innovation - Gap Scouting - what is missing on the way to innovation in rural areas?

Check in and discuss "Innovation Gaps" with experts and their respective subject approaches to innovation from engineering, psychology, tourism and event science, communication sciences and the arts,

In short sequences we will look at innovation from the perspective of

  • 5 discipline approaches each
  • 5 minutes of gap scouting, using
  • 5 slides and
  • 5 different innovation methods

to identify, sort and transform innovation gaps.

At the end of the event, innovation methods will stay, discard and re-sort.

Register by 21 October 2021 at the following link: