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Yliopistonkatu 8, Rovaniemi

ENF in industrial transition Innovation Camp during 29.-30.8.2018 (ENF Innovation camp) will gather together approximately 80 people from around ENF to co-create and support the ENF to make stronger regional development polices supporting the industrial transition. Work is carried out by using the Innovation Camp methodology launch by JRC Sevilla Platform to be used as a tool to address collectively and effectively societal and economic in the process of Smart Specialisation.

Innovation Camp Methodology Handbook


Wednesday 29.8.2018

9.00-12.00. Facilitators and challenge owners meeting

12.00-13.00 Registration and buffet lunch

13:00 – 14.00 Opening Plenary: Convening the Camp

Parallel working groups start the work. Each working group will have facilitator and challenge owner. Participants have been divided to working groups according their background. Each group will also have a reporter summing up the result of the working process.  Working groups will work until the end of the 2nd day (30th August). Each step (1 to VI) during days 1 and 2 are implemented as 5 separate working groups.

Coffee and snacks are available during the work

14.00 – 15.30 Step I: Exploring the challenge and the opportunities, and generating first ideas.

15:30- 17.00 Step II: Deepening understanding, enriching the ideas, converging ideas to create initial prototypes.

17.00 – 18:00 Step III: Peer-to-peer consultation

Groups present their preliminary ideas to other groups, who challenge, question, and give new ideas and impulses for further development. Groups reconvene to discuss the feedback they have received.

18:00 – 18:30 Challenge owners & facilitators meet to prepare day 2.


Thursday 30.8.2018

9.00 – 9.30 Wrap-up Day 1 Reflecting on issues from Day 1

9.30-10:00 Opening Plenary: Setting the frame for Day 2

10:00 – 12:00 Step IV:

Revisiting opportunities and sharpening insights. Integrating ideas into concrete proposals. Thinking ahead to plan real-world prototyping.

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch + coffee

13:00 – 15:30 Step V: Completing the proposals as practical prototypes. Road-mapping until October 24th 2018/31st 2018/year 2019 and foreseen the next 6 years. Mapping stakeholders & responsibilities.

15:30 – 17:00 Step VI: Plenary Presentation of the proposals by each working group. Presenting the prototypes as actionable items. – To agree presentations for the next day in the panel/debate II


18.15 Departure to the dinner

19.00-22.00 Dinner at the Lehtojärvi village house – Dressing code casual, dinner is partly organised in an informal outdoor setting


Friday 31.8.2018 – East North Finland Summit day 2 –

Languages English-Finnish

East-North Finland participating in the regions in industrial transition pilot

8.30-8.45 Welcoming and Introduction to Regions in Industrial transition, Mika Riipi, County Governor, Lapland

8.45-9.50 Session I: The role of the pilot to develop new approaches to industrial transition – provide the European Commission with evidence to underpin the future regional development

Aim of this session is to illustrate the background and current situation of the pilot exercise – to convict the politicians to understand that we are part of the exercise where we can really make an impact to future. Each participants will give their testimony about the topic (which will be agreed together), 10 min. Some questions will be develop beforehand by the facilitator and audience is invited to interfere.

10.20-10.30 Coffee break

11.20-11.30 Session II: The building blocks to make strong ENF in future –  ENF Industrial transition Innovation Camp results – Seeking after the joint strategic development priorities


Session III: Next steps in the industrial transition. How to make ENF to be stronger together? How we can capitalise the Industrial Transition pilot to build strong future – the strength of the ENF is to work together


12.30-12.45 Closing, Mika Riipi, County Governor, Lapland[/text_output][/vc_column][/vc_row]