Copenhagen Science City information material is being re-issued with fresh facts and can be downloaded or ordered from our homepage.
Popular products for multiple uses
Copenhagen Science City-material is typically used by “Invest In Denmark” and “Work In Denmark” to attract talent, companies and investments. Copenhagen Science City partners use it in their outreach initiatives. Finally start-up and research communities in the district use the material to describe co-location advantages to new tenants, students and potential partners.
Good reasons to revise
There were a number of reasons to update the information material. All of them positive
The number of local start-ups grew from 350 to 450
Several new start-up communities settled in the area
The Capital Region of Denmark, Health Research & Innovation Unit moved in
The Co-working space Frontlab opened at university hospital Rigshospitalet
Two national cluster organisations co-located in the district
University of Copenhagen is opening a new Innovation Centre together with the Royal Library
Copenhagen Science City’s Development Council, got a new chairperson: University of Copenhagen Prorector for research, David Dreyer Lassen.
The influential members of our Development Council demonstrate the strategic significance of our innovation district for all our partners. With Lassen as chairperson, the Development Council is strengthening its focus on collaboration between innovation intensive companies and the many researchers and test-and trial facilities in the area”: Kristoffer Klebak, Head of Secretariat, Copenhagen Science City.
New users welcome
Apart from distributing the updated material to partners and stakeholders, Copenhagen Science City will also use it on signage around the district. Anyone interested in using maps, flyer or folders for their own purposes is invited to place orders through the Copenhagen Science City website.