Vasilis Koulolias, Director at eGovlab at Stockholm University, presented how open innovation and co-creation in the public sector can generate jobs in Sweden, starting from the Stockholm region. The event was hosted by the EU Committee of the Regions in Brussels on October 1st, 2015.
During the meeting, the European Union and 29 regional representatives presented their upcoming programmes including a roadmap by Vice-President Andrus Ansip. eGovlab will be part of the network supporting regional development to the global strengthening and growth of their start-up ecosystem for open innovation.
Click the links below to read more
- eGovlab's website
- Andrus Ansip, Digital Single Market, European Commissions's website
- Department of Computer and Systems Sciences's website
- Article "A shared Nordic infrastructure and a digital single market within Europe through mGovernment", Department of Compputer and Systems Sciences's website
- Article "The worlds CIO's to Stockholm to discuss the prospects of mobile government", Department of Computer and Systems Sciences´s website