We’re thrilled to share the exciting progress of our project, marked by three impactful co-creation camps hosted in Ljubljana, Tirol, and Usti. These events served as vibrant forums for robust discussions and crucial developmental strides for the User Acceptance Model.
Our 2-day events brought together project partners and regional and transnational stakeholders. Their collective presence ignited a powerful exchange of ideas, creating a fertile ground for the evolution of our user acceptance model, an empiric model which will describe how companies (large companies and SME’s) come to accept and use green technologies and digital technologies in correlation with the main variables and gaps that affect their operations in terms of supply chains, business models, production processes, distribution channels and consumer relation.
The Co-creation Camp in Ljubljana highlighted exceptional best practices. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia presented the project Circotronic and the Irish Manufactuirng Reasearch presented the project ADMA. Furthermore, we also had the pleasure to listen to entrepreneurs from CEROP, SEAL-MART and BIO-SAD, who shared their main needs and challenges in their green and digital transition.
In Ústí nad Labem, we were able to receive input from one of the founders of Posedla and the CEO of VirginGrip from Tisá. While Posedla deals with custom 3D printed bicycle seats, VirginGrip produces the main polyurethane climbing holds, the production is 40% from renewable sources.
Both representatives shared their experience and challenges they face in the green and digital transformation and kindly commented on the progress of the project so far.
As we express our gratitude to all contributors, we recognize the pivotal role each participant played in sculpting the narrative of our project’s success. This collaborative journey is a testament to the dedication and expertise of our diverse community.
Stay tuned for exciting updates!