H22 SUMMIT
A SPRINGBOARD FOR
INNOVATION!
NOW AS AN ON DEMAND
SERVICE OPEN TO ALL!
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A BIG THANKS TO ALL INVOLVED! H22 Summit 2020 took place on 2-6 November and was a huge success! We had some of the world’s top speakers on smart and sustainable cities, and a unique interactive platform experience to inspire innovators everywhere. A true springboard for innovation!

Helsingborg, Sweden is a city at the forefront of innovation. A test bed for collaborating on smart solutions and a magnet for industry leaders and innovators from across the globe. In Helsingborg, we’re transforming our work culture to ensure we have the support and courage to push the boundaries of what’s possible – all with the goal of improving life for the city’s people!

H22 Summit is a springboard for innovation and a platform for accelerating the work being done to co-create smarter cities. The global challenges we face together need to be solved locally – together. The H22 Summit content covers all things new and exciting in sustainable urban development, with a wide range of top speakers and lively discussions. Tomorrow’s smart city is built on inspiring ideas!

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THREE THEMES

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FACILITATE

MONDAY-TUESDAY
LEADERSHIP THAT

ACCELERATES INNOVATION

How do we create an innovative, agile organisation that supports development and strives to enable rather than govern? And how can we influence leadership perspectives to break traditional silo structures, promote resilience, and build cities that thrive?

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ELEVATE

WEDNESDAY
TECHNOLOGY
FOR
THE PEOPLE

In an era of rapid development, the human perspective is vital in the role that technology plays. We explore how we can use smart tech to connect, inspire, and elevate life for those living and working in the city.

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CO-CREATE

THURSDAY-FRIDAY
A CITY DEVELOPED BY
RESIDENTS,
FOR RESIDENTS

The residents are the beating heart of the city. But how do we create a culture of trust and transparency where co-creation and dialogue with residents are obvious elements in developing the city? And how do we harness the potential power of communities in determining their own future?

H22 SUMMIT PROGRAMME

The following programme outlines the content from each day of the Summit week. All of this material is now available under Summit on Demand in the platform and can be enjoyed until the end of the year.

SETTING THE SCENE

Our moderators introduce the day’s activities along with guests.

Aurore Belfrage

H22 Summit Moderator

Peter Danielsson

Mayor of Helsingborg and Chairman of the Municipal Board

BIG OPENER

Kicking off the theme with the main speaker for the day.

Umberto Fugiglando

Research Manager & Partnerships Lead at MIT Senseable City Lab

BREAKING THE MOULD

The day’s second speaker brings new insights on innovation.

Peter MacLeod

PRINCIPAL AND CO-FOUNDER OF MASS LBP

SPARKING CHANGE

Fresh takes on a smarter city by our third speaker.

Cecilia Borg

ENGINEERING DIRECTOR AT SPOTIFY

CITY TALKS

Welcome to a group discussion on creating sustainable cities with change makers from across the world.

Jon Simonsson

Chair of Committee for Technological Innovation and Ethics (Komet), Swedish Government

In his role as Committee Chair, Jon Simonsson is engaged with addressing the challenges of technological development and creating conditions to accelerate the responsible use of new technologies. Jon is joining our panel talk to share his expertise in identifying policy challenges and driving policy development so that technological innovation can be best utilised for a sustainable future.

Lisa Olsson

Chief Innovation Advisor and Head of Innovation Unit at the City of Helsingborg

Lisa plays an integral role in promoting an innovation culture that permeates all levels of the city’s administration and engages residents, businesses, and academia in developing smart solutions for societal needs. Lisa brings her extensive knowledge of innovation processes and systemic transformation to our panel discussion and will be sharing her thoughts on what’s required to achieve real change.

Piret Tõnurist

Innovation Lead at OECD

With seventeen years of working with innovation in the public, private, and academic sector, Piret is an expert in analysing complex challenges, initiating their solutions, and evaluating innovations. Her experience with anticipatory innovation governance at the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) will be invaluable in our panel discussion on proactive change in leadership models.

SETTING THE SCENE

Our moderators introduce the day’s activities along with guests.

Olga Algayerova

Executive Secretary, Under-Secretary-General at UNECE

Rijal Mbamba

H22 Summit Moderator

BIG OPENER

Kicking off the theme with the main speaker for the day.

Katrien Rycken

Directeur at Leuven 2030

Katrien Rycken and Mayor Mohamed Ridouani will be presenting their city and the groundbreaking innovation work that has earned them the title of European Capital of Innovation 2020. They will share their experience of building a city-wide innovation ecosystem and transforming governance models, and how citizen engagement is crucial for mission-driven cities in achieving common sustainability goals.

Mohamed Ridouani

Mayor of the city of Leuven

Mayor Ridouani and Katrien Rycken will be presenting their city and the groundbreaking innovation work that has earned them the title of European Capital of Innovation 2020. They will share their experience of building a city-wide innovation ecosystem and transforming governance models, and how citizen engagement is crucial for mission-driven cities in achieving common sustainability goals.

BREAKING THE MOULD

The day’s second speaker brings new insights on innovation.

Jean-Eric Paquet

Director-General, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission

SPARKING CHANGE

Fresh takes on a smarter city by our third speaker.

Darja Isaksson

Director General at Vinnova, Sweden’s Innovation Agency

CITY TALKS

Welcome to a group discussion on creating sustainable cities with change makers from across the world.

Alf Rehn

Professor of Innovation, Design, and Management, University of Southern Denmark

As an internationally sought-after speaker on creativity, innovation, and futures thinking, and holder of the title “Top Professor on Twitter”, Alf Rehn always brings new perspectives to any conversation. Alf will be joining one of our panel discussions and giving his thoughts on the role of cities in driving the EU innovation agenda.

Erik Bergkvist

Swedish Member of the European Parliament (REGI Full Member, ITRE BUDG Substitute Member)

Erik’s experience as President of the Regional Board of Västerbotten has given him first-hand knowledge of how European cooperation can benefit all involved. Since 2019, Erik is a member of the European Parliament. He will be part of one of the panel discussions and give his views on the EU innovation agenda and the cities’ role in climate action and European competitiveness.

Gema Roig Pallardó

Coordinator of EU projects at Las Naves

In her role as coordinator of EU projects for the agency for social and urban innovation at the City Council of València, Gema is fully engaged in how cities can drive innovation – locally, regional, and globally. Gema is joining our city talk panel to provide her take on how we can achieve a prosperous and socially cohesive Europe.

SETTING THE SCENE

Our moderators introduce the day’s activities along with guests.

Aurore Belfrage

H22 Summit Moderator

BIG OPENER

Kicking off the theme with the main speaker for the day.

Rebecka Carlsson

SUSTAINABILITY ENTREPRENEUR, CLIMATE ACTIVIST, AND BUSINESS ADVISOR

BREAKING THE MOULD

The day’s second speaker brings new insights on innovation.

Carl Heath

Vice President of Professional Education at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

SPARKING CHANGE

Fresh takes on a smarter city by our third speaker.

Michael Lake

President & CEO of Leading Cities

CITY TALKS

Welcome to a group discussion on creating sustainable cities with change makers from across the world.

Jennica Andersson

Public Sector Lead at Microsoft

With over twenty years in sales, Jennica leads public sector sales for Microsoft, an H22 partner dedicated to driving digital transformation through new innovative technologies and processes. At the panel talk, Jennica will be giving her insights on the role of tech in creating a sustainable society and the ambition to empower individuals and organisations through the possibilities created by groundbreaking digital tools.

Johan Müllern-Aspegren

Innovation Leader, Health and Social Care Department, City of Helsingborg

Having co-founded Scandinavia’s largest Design Thinking Bootcamp for nursing students, Johan is now leading and coordinating the innovation journey of 3,500 city employees. His ambition is an agile organisation with the innovation capacity to take on future challenges. Johan will bring his extensive knowledge of health tech to the panel discussion and shed new light on paths forward.

Louise Callenberg

Section Director, Digital Renewal and Collaboration, The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKR)

As the head of SKR’s digital renewal and collaboration section, Louise drives the work with supporting welfare, urban development, and growth within digital renewal. She likes to work in the in-between spaces and utilise the potential and diversity of human interaction. Louise will be joining our panel talk to discuss the challenges – and of course the benefits – presented by AI within the healthcare sector.

SETTING THE SCENE

Our moderators introduce the day’s activities along with guests.

Gerald Babel-Sutter

Co-founder and CEO of URBAN FUTURE Global Conference

Rijal Mbamba

H22 Summit Moderator

BIG OPENER

Kicking off the theme with the main speaker for the day.

Joakim Jardenberg

CEO OF GET AI

BREAKING THE MOULD

The day’s second speaker brings new insights on innovation.

Victoria Escobar

Co-founder of Changers Hub

SPARKING CHANGE

Fresh takes on a smarter city by our third speaker.

Hannah Wright

Urban Planner & Knowledge Integrator

With international expertise in child-friendly planning and design, Hannah motivates and advocates for healthy city-making that melds innovation and practice. Hannah will be speaking about the importance of children’s right to play and how cities and placemakers can reclaim places to play in cities for children.

Louise Thivant-Johannsen

Global CFCI Advisor and Programme Specialist, UNICEF

As a lawyer and child rights advocacy specialist, Louise Thivant-Johannsen has long worked with humanitarian affairs and the promotion of child friendly cities both at a local and global level. Louise will be speaking about the vital inclusion of children and young people in decision-making processes that shape the urban environment and will be providing insights on approaches that can bolster participation in smarter cities.

CITY TALKS

Welcome to a group discussion on creating sustainable cities with change makers from across the world.

Daniel Urey

Co-Founder and Head of LABLAB Research and Design Think Tank

With vast international experience in leading ambitious development projects, Daniel’s work at LABLAB focuses on understanding social, ecological, and spatial transitions. He explores the potential in linking theory and practice in order to reimagine built and unbuilt environments for innovative engagement. Daniel joins the panel discussion to disrupt ingrained notions on public space.

Mark Ojal

Urban Designer and Placemaking Expert at UN-Habitat

As an urbanist and a mobiliser, Mark connects ideas, people, and places. His role at UN-Habitat involves driving the implementation of the urban planning and design projects of the Global Public Space Programme. Joining us on one of our panel discussions, Mark will be sharing his thoughts on participatory urban planning and design and the vital involvement of children and communities in public space projects.

Vesna Vasiljkovic

Architect and Studio Director at Tengbom Helsingborg

Beginning with a frustration about the lack of useful practical tools for designing public places for women, Vesna’s has been a key driver in developing FairSHARE, a certification system that challenges the norms for how we lead, plan, design, and build our cities. Vesna is joining the panel to discuss children’s role in co-creating the city, and using equality as a building block in urban development.

SETTING THE SCENE

Our moderators introduce the day’s activities along with guests.

Aurore Belfrage

H22 Summit Moderator

BIG OPENER

Kicking off the theme with the main speaker for the day.

Palle Lundberg

Chief Executive of the City of Helsingborg

BREAKING THE MOULD

The day’s second speaker brings new insights on innovation.

Audrey Tang

TAIWAN’S DIGITAL MINISTER IN CHARGE OF SOCIAL INNOVATION

SPARKING CHANGE

Fresh takes on a smarter city by our third speaker.

Daniela Chacón Arias

Executive Director of TANDEM Foundation

CITY TALKS

Welcome to a group discussion on creating sustainable cities with change makers from across the world.

Ethan Kent

Executive Director, PlacemakingX

With the goal of building a global placemaking movement, Ethan Kent is accelerating placemaking leadership and impact through targeted support for public space organisations and projects. Ethan is joining one of our panel talks to discuss a smarter city governance that uses the potential and inspiration of local communities to create positive public spaces.

Jonna Myrebris

Deputy Chief Executive of the City of Helsingborg

Having worked with both education and overseeing city property management, Jonna is now applying her expertise in city-wide issues that involve a wide range of stakeholders. She will be taking part in a summit panel and discussing public needs and co-creation in the smart design of public space.

Susanne Seitinger

SLED and Smart Communities Marketing Lead at Verizon

Together with an outstanding marketing team, Susanne works to help civic leaders solve key city challenges across transportation, public safety, and infrastructure. Joining us on one of our panel talks, Susanne will address how to build smart cities that inspire positivity and urban elements that make a real difference in the lives of residents.

SUMMIT ON DEMAND

Summit on Demand is a streaming service where you can choose how and when you want to enjoy our amazing range of speakers and smart panel talks.

SOME OF OUR TOP SPEAKERS

Audrey Tang

TAIWAN’S DIGITAL MINISTER IN CHARGE OF SOCIAL INNOVATION

As an accomplished software programmer, Audrey Tang has become a prominent game changer in the world of open-source software. Audrey will be providing unique insights on open data, open governance, and multi-level collaboration, and – as a self-proclaimed anarchist – open your mind to the disruptive and democratising potential of technology.

Carl Heath

Vice President of Professional Education at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

With an eclectic background and expert insights on the digitisation of education, Carl Heath has been instrumental in developing a national support platform for schools in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden. Carl will be sharing the lessons learned from this project, his thoughts on the uncertain landscape of learning, and his vision for equality in education.

Cecilia Borg

ENGINEERING DIRECTOR AT SPOTIFY

Having worked with development and agile transformation in global corporations and startups for more than twenty years, Cecilia Borg is a change leader at the forefront of her industry. Cecilia will be sharing her expertise in how to make cross-functionality and staff empowerment a driving force in achieving your organisation’s highest goals.

Daniela Chacón Arias

Executive Director of TANDEM Foundation

As an expert in inclusive local public policies and active spokesperson for equity and gender parity, Daniela understands the importance of promoting local development and achieving safe, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient cities. Having previously served as a city councilor and Vice Mayor in Quito, Ecuador, Daniela will be talking about building trust among citizens themselves and with the local government as step one in engaging communities.

Darja Isaksson

Director General at Vinnova, Sweden’s Innovation Agency

Hailed as one of Sweden’s most impactful agents of change, Darja sees systemic transformation as a necessary step to becoming a sustainable society. Darja will be speaking about collaborative innovation and the resource of human creativity, the potential in data, and how to disrupt old processes and work across disciplines to generate innovative strength.

Hannah Wright

Urban Planner & Knowledge Integrator

With international expertise in child-friendly planning and design, Hannah motivates and advocates for healthy city-making that melds innovation and practice. Hannah will be speaking about the importance of children’s right to play and how cities and placemakers can reclaim places to play in cities for children.

Jean-Eric Paquet

Director-General, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission

As DG for Research and Innovation, Jean-Eric is a key figure in driving the EU Innovation Agenda throughout the region and the transition to a sustainable Europe. Jean-Eric will be sharing his remarkable insights on the role of smart cities in developing resilient societies and the changing face of governance.

Joakim Jardenberg

CEO OF GET AI

Senior advisor, business angel, CEO whisperer – Joakim Jardenberg is an influential presence in the tech world and a driving force in smart city development. Joakim will be getting to the heart of how we can shape our digital future through exploring mindsets and focusing on human needs. What elements go into building the immersive and integrated city of tomorrow?

Katrien Rycken

Directeur at Leuven 2030

Katrien Rycken and Mayor Mohamed Ridouani will be presenting their city and the groundbreaking innovation work that has earned them the title of European Capital of Innovation 2020. They will share their experience of building a city-wide innovation ecosystem and transforming governance models, and how citizen engagement is crucial for mission-driven cities in achieving common sustainability goals.

Louise Thivant-Johannsen

Global CFCI Advisor and Programme Specialist, UNICEF

As a lawyer and child rights advocacy specialist, Louise Thivant-Johannsen has long worked with humanitarian affairs and the promotion of child friendly cities both at a local and global level. Louise will be speaking about the vital inclusion of children and young people in decision-making processes that shape the urban environment and will be providing insights on approaches that can bolster participation in smarter cities.

Michael Lake

President & CEO of Leading Cities

Former White House problem solver, advisor to the World Economic Forum, and acclaimed expert on Smart and Resilient Cities, Michael Lake sees relationship-building across sectors as the path to finding solutions to the challenges of our time. Michael will be talking about the need for a cultural shift in how we work with future-proofing our cities and the crucial role that collaboration plays.

Mohamed Ridouani

Mayor of the city of Leuven

Mayor Ridouani and Katrien Rycken will be presenting their city and the groundbreaking innovation work that has earned them the title of European Capital of Innovation 2020. They will share their experience of building a city-wide innovation ecosystem and transforming governance models, and how citizen engagement is crucial for mission-driven cities in achieving common sustainability goals.

Palle Lundberg

Chief Executive of the City of Helsingborg

Palle’s inspiring leadership has seen Helsingborg transform into an innovation leader and a shining example of how to implement an innovation culture to take on the challenges we face today and in the future. Palle will be sharing his leadership journey and speaking about the importance of trust for agile leadership and engaging residents. And of course, the Dare-Test-Do mindset that has come to represent the Helsingborg way!

Peter MacLeod

PRINCIPAL AND CO-FOUNDER OF MASS LBP

As one of Canada’s leading experts in public engagement and deliberative democracy, Peter MacLeod will be speaking about Democracy's Second Act. Over the past century, we’ve only been working on a small piece of the democratic puzzle. How do we unlock the potential of different social groups and how can governance become truly participatory?

Rebecka Carlsson

SUSTAINABILITY ENTREPRENEUR, CLIMATE ACTIVIST, AND BUSINESS ADVISOR

Rebecka Carlsson is a renowned speaker and expert on sustainable development and exponential tech. Rebecka will be speaking about sustainability as a business disruptor and its role in enabling rapid climate transition. How can cities harness the full power of exponential tech in achieving their goals for climate neutrality?

Umberto Fugiglando

Research Manager & Partnerships Lead at MIT Senseable City Lab

Aside from developing and maintaining global research partnerships, Umberto’s work at the MIT Senseable City Lab involves exploring the interface between data, cities, people, and tech. Umberto will be bringing his cutting-edge expertise to H22 Summit and will speak about the future of smart and connected cities and the ingredients that go into innovative urban technology.

Victoria Escobar

Co-founder of Changers Hub

In her work with the innovation movement Changers Hub, Victoria understands the importance of positive meeting places and tools to enable all young people to bring their ideas and dreams to life. With a background in initiatives to primarily empower young people in marginalised areas, Victoria will be speaking about opportunities for co-creation and how essential role models are in areas that undergo constant change.

CITY TALKS

Our very own Kristin Engholm from the H22 Team sits down with change makers from across the world to discuss innovation and the changing role of cities. Each panel talk during H22 Summit covers a new and exciting topic. So make sure to listen to what these disruptors and dreamers have to say. One thing’s for sure, you’ll leave with a head full of new ideas!

How can we be proactive in dealing with future challenges?

MONDAY / FACILITATE

Let’s explore what anticipatory innovation could look like in practice, and how an organisation can be a proactive shaper of the future.

Cities as innovation drivers for a smarter, sustainable Europe

TUESDAY / FACILITATE

Why do cities need to be innovative? And how can local challenges be turned into global solutions and opportunities?

The next step for AI within the care sector

WEDNESDAY / ELEVATE

How we can create an environment where it is possible to test – and fail or scale fast – without taking risks in terms of health or data use?

Better cities with children involved in the planning

THURSDAY / CO-CREATE

For children to experience their city as something thoughtful and considerate, they also need to take part in its planning.

Smart ways to create positivity in the city

FRIDAY / CO-CREATE

How can we build and design cities that fill the people living and working there with positivity?

NORDIC SMART CITY HACK

Helsingborg and H22 are collaborating with the Swedish Institute to host a Nordic Hackathon that will run in parallel with H22 Summit, 2-6 November. Nordic Smart City Hack is a 48-hour online hackathon where citizens and organisations throughout the Nordic countries will participate in creating innovative and sustainable digital solutions for the cities we all want to live in today – and tomorrow.

The hackathon has five challenge categories:

A smarter Labour market
A better city for Health
Mobility of tomorrow
A new place for Cultural life
Be a smarter Neighbour

See you there!

H22 SUMMIT DAILY RELEASE

FAQ H22 SUMMIT 2020

On our website www.h22.se/en you can find lots of useful information about H22. In this FAQ, you will find answers to frequently asked questions: https://h22.se/en/faq The website is in both Swedish and English. You switch languages using the flag in the menu on the right.

H22 Summit is a yearly event organised by the City of Helsingborg and the innovation initiative H22. This year, the event will be digital, and it will take place via a digital platform where we gather attendees from across the world together with speakers, panel discussions, the opportunity to network, and much more. The event takes place between 2-6 November and has three themes with different programme features connected to each. Each morning, the platform is updated with the day’s programme, and you can also choose to enjoy the programme at a later time via the option “Summit on Demand” (see more info below).

By being awarded second prize in the iCapital Awards, Helsingborg took its place as one of Europe’s most innovative cities. The entire city has been transformed into a test bed for collaborating on smart solutions and has become a magnet for industry leaders and innovators from across the globe. In Helsingborg, we’re transforming our work culture to ensure we have the support and courage to push the boundaries of what’s possible – all with the goal of improving life for the city’s people!

H22 Summit will be a springboard for innovation and a platform for accelerating the work being done to co-create smarter cities. Our shared global challenges can only be solved locally – together.

You go to http://event.vvenues.com/h22summit  and log in by filling out the information required in the badge. You then click Check in. As you already bought a ticket, the system will recognise your e-mail address.

Yes you do. You can buy it via www.h22summit.se (Swedish site) or www.h22summit.com (English site). The ticket costs SEK 250.

Yes you can! The booking system is open all week, and thanks to Summit on Demand, you can enjoy the content you missed from previous days whenever it suits you.

Wait for a moment and try again. Within at most one hour, between 06:00-21:00, your connection to the platform will be established and you will have access.

Yes, it costs SEK 250.

The event itself takes place on 2-6 November. Then those who have tickets will be able to see what they have missed or want to watch again for a further two months.

We have a support mail that is manned between 06:00-21:00 (GMT+1) every day between 2-6 November. You can contact us at support@h22summit.com with any type of question. You can also visit the information point in the lobby of the platform and chat with us there.

Yes, we have subtitles for the speakers and the various programme features, both in Swedish and English. This is so that attendees can have the best possible experience of our programme. To turn on subtitles, click on the CC icon in the video player and then choose Swedish or English. It is of course also possible to enjoy the programme without subtitles if you wish.

You can find the day’s programme in the platform at each of the stages, and if you want to see the full programme for the week, you can find this at the information point in the platform. Here you can also chat with us if you are wondering about something in particular.

Each morning we release the day’s programme which contains all the speakers for the day. So you can watch whenever it suits you.

Yes there are, among other things, some mini seminars and award presentations. Information on when these will take place, and how you can take part, will be sent out each morning by mail, so don’t forget to check your inbox before entering the platform.

During H22 Summit, we have chosen to have a programme for the different stages each day, but we also provide an opportunity for attendees to watch the content whenever it suits them. Summit on Demand is a streaming service where you can choose how and when you want to enjoy our amazing range of speakers, smart panel talks, and much more. Each evening, the day’s content is moved to Summit on Demand, and when the week is over you’ll be able to choose any content you wish from the H22 Summit programme!

H22 Summit is an international event that has both international speakers and attendees, so the language used is English to ensure that everyone can understand and make themselves understood.

You can enjoy H22 Summit whenever it suits you, but we recommend that you visit the platform and watch the content sometime between 06:00-21:00 (GMT+1), as the platform is manned and you can easily get answers to any questions.

Yes, every evening we move the day’s programme over to Summit on Demand, which you can find in the left corner of the lobby in the platform. Here you can choose whatever you want to watch.

Here is an instruction video explaining all the features of the platform and how they work: https://youtu.be/7FQls2Ea8EI

The best H22 Summit experience is had by logging in sometime between 06:00-21:00 (GMT+1) using your computer. The platform’s format is best suited to a computer or tablet.

You find other attendees in the attendee list up to the right. Here you can search, filter, and then either chat with others or invite someone to a video call.

You can see all attendees in the attendee list up to the right. Search and see who else in on the platform.

Yes, in the lobby in the platform there is an information point which is manned every day between 06:00-21:00 (GMT+1). Here you can chat with us and ask any questions that may arise. The chat is not public so no one else sees what you ask about.

You are welcome to take screenshots in the platform or share information in social channels about your participation in the event. Don’t forget to use (hashtag) #h22summit.

No, we want to avoid crowds due to Covid-19.

Helsingborg and H22 are collaborating with the Swedish Institute to host a Nordic Hackathon that will run in parallel with H22 Summit, 2-6 November. Nordic Smart City Hack is a 48-hour online hackathon where citizens and organisations throughout the Nordic countries will participate in creating innovative and sustainable digital solutions for the cities we all want to live today – and tomorrow. Here you can find more information about this: https://hack.sweden.se/smartcity/

We can be found on:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/h22smartcityhelsingborg/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/h22—a-smarter-city/  and

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/h22smartcityhelsingborg/

You are welcome to ask us questions via these channels during the week, but also afterwards. Tag us or use the message function.

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