In times of crisis, it can be hard to see the positive
But when we look back through history, we can see that crises have driven developments within society and given birth to new ideas. The core of the work being done with H22 is about shining a light on innovations in the city. Therefore we’ve compiled a collection of good examples of how people are cooperating, helping out, and finding smart solutions in these troubling times.
Free internet to keep the region connected
If you don’t have the internet but are connected to the Öresundskraft City Network, you can now get a free internet connection until the end of May! Öresundskraft and several service providers are together making sure that the people of Helsingborg, Bjuv, and Höganäs stay connected during these challenging times.
All-Elektro is doing errands for those over 70
Are you in the 70+ risk group?
You can now get help with shopping or doing other errands in your local area!
Call 042-29 85 00 on weekdays between 07:00–16:00 (They’ll help as many as possible).
Help get Sweden up and running!
Bildeve is helping a number of restaurants deliver food to risk
groups and people in quarantine.
Thai Corner: 0707-796708
Hamnkrogen in Viken: 042-236212
Hack the Crisis is an online hackathon organised by the Swedish Government and partners. The goal is to design, test, and execute ideas for future solutions in response to COVID-19. All are welcome to join the fight on 3-4 April!
Helsingborg will help with your shopping
Are you over the age of 70 and need help with shopping?
Helsingborg is working with the Red Cross to help you shop for food and medication. Call 042-10 50 00 for more information.
The restaurants at the Söder mall in Helsingborg are joining together to find smart solutions! Why not order a mix of delicious food from different spots and have it delivered right to your door?
Use this hashtag to shine a light on our local companies and to gather ideas and challenges from one business owner to another. We’re stronger together!
Are you interest in a webinar on retail, recession, and the opportunities that will arise after coronavirus? Check out what WSP Talks has to offer here.
This is HBG
This website provides information in English to those new to Helsingborg looking to network or get settled. Here you can find info on local initiatives and groups you can join that are finding new solutions during the corona crisis.
Your Local Hero is an initiative to help out your local restaurant during these tough times. Buy a gift card today that you can enjoy later on when we get back to enjoying life on the town!
Have elite players help with the shopping
Elite players from Helsingborg handball club OV Handboll are helping pensioners with their shopping. Din Bil and Audi are also involved in this collaboration.
European cities are sharing
The Eurocities network has created a platform where European cities can share their experience, initiatives, and actions taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Helsingborg is creating a digital meeting place as a platform for local involvement and resources in these challenging times.
It includes a newly established business fund, crowdfunding for businesses, and much more.
Read more at: https://action.helsingborg.se
An entire network of consultants at your disposal!
Dreamwork’s network of management consultants and numerous experts are at your disposal – at no cost whatsoever. They are doing this to help get us through the crisis and save businesses as well as jobs.
Read more at: https://foretagshjalpen.dreamwork.se/
Nominate a community hero!
Each day, Wihlborgs Fastigheter is celebrating different community heroes with a free lunch from restaurants in their properties. Anyone can nominate one or several individuals working within a vital societal function.
Help through the jungle of coronavirus info!
In cooperation with the City of Helsingborg and HBG City – Helsingborg’s city association for downtown businesses – ICA Kvantum at the Söder mall has opened an information centre to help business owners with any questions regarding running their business, info updates, and support during the coronavirus crisis. Open Tuesdays 12:30-14:00.
Free e-commerce and training
Through a collaboration between E-commerce Park of Sweden and Quickbutik, all merchants in the City of Helsingborg are being offered a free online course in e-commerce and six months of free platform access.