The challenges and opportunities related to smart cities are global. We have invited ambassadors to the Kingdom of Norway, to a session where they pitch their respective countries’ vision, ambition and initiatives related to Smart Cities & Communities.
The following ambassadors will pitch
Young-Sook Nam, Republic of Korea
Anna Mária Sikó, Hungary
Denisa Frelichova, Slovak Republic
Jarl Frijs-Madsen, Royal Danish Embassy
We see this as a continuation of our efforts to foster cooperation, co-creation and sharing of knowledge related to smart cities. We think that this will not only forster business relations, but also give insights into cultural differences related to smart cities in the different countries, and inspire joint actions towards creating a global market based on fair access.
How the pitch will be organized
Each ambassador will have a 5 minute pitch followed by 2 minutes of questions from the panel. Once all ambassadors have pitched we open up for questions from the audience.
What the pitch contains
Does your country have a national strategy for smart cities?
How is the UN sustainability goals connected to smart cities in your country?
Who are the leading smart cities in your country and what are their focus areas?
Are there any smart city networks in your country and are they linked internationally? Are the networks for cities only or do they also include private companies, academia, research, citizens etc.?
What smart city solutions can you export from your country?
What smart city solutions does your country need?
Do you provide tours to visitors?
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Arendalsuka is an national annual event and has since 2012 been the largest political gathering in Norway. The event has a clear mission to strengthen the belief in political empowerment and democracy through an open debate and involvement.
We aim to lower the threshold for political participation and inspire to civic engagement, by creating a politically independent forum where everyday citizens meet political leaders, business leaders, entrepreneurs, governmental organizations, media and NGO's.
Arendalsuka takes place every year in mid-August, week 33. For 5 days, we fill the city of Arendal with an interesting and educational variety of exhibitions and events.