Cross Innovation Hub
Cross Innovation Hub
In the search for new impulses for products, processes and procedures, companies, self-employed people and those interested in setting up their own business are increasingly venturing beyond their own nose into other sectors and markets. In so-called cross-innovation processes, dealing with unfamiliar working cultures and approaches to solutions, such as can be found in high density in the creative industries, promises opportunities for changes in how processes are organised, new products, services and business ideas.
Practical Promotion and Reflection
In our Cross Innovation Hub, we take advantage of this approach to promote innovation at an early stage: with ongoing new offers such as bar camps, world cafés and job shadowing opportunities, we encourage exchange, networking and cooperation with companies, self-employed people and students from the creative industries and other sectors and disciplines. We accompany approaches developed within this framework with building-block offers such as workshops, accelerators and coaching sessions which lead the way to economically viable business ideas.
In addition to practical support, we deal with our role and opportunities as public ‘bridge builders” of cross-sector partnerships in various formats such as think tanks, lectures and conferences.
Cooperation at Eye Level
To us, ‘cross-innovation’ means cross-industry cooperation on an equal footing. We offer all participants the opportunity to expand their mindset in a cross-sectoral exchange and to tap new markets and application areas for their services and capabilities.
We invite you to
- change perspectives,
- develop new ideas and visions and
- set innovation in motion.
5.8.2019 09:00 Time
Monetastr. 4, 20146 Hamburg
Pop-up Office 2019
27.8.2019 09:00 Time
Cross Innovation - Get-together #20
27.8.2019 19:00 Time
Stockmeyerstr. 41-43, 20457 Hamburg
Pop-up Office - Finissage #3/19
29.8.2019 19:00 Time
Hongkongstraße 8, 20457 Hamburg
Green Gold - algae as a ressource: In cooperation with Design Scientist Julia Lohmann we initiated a hands-on seminar and a lecture dealing with the potentials of seaweed as a future material.
'Publish Public Spaces' - the topic of our hackathon - inspired creatives, coders and business people to numerous innovative applications.
'Art meets Science' was an exhibition organised by artists and scientists at the 'Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY)'. The exhibits reflected different aspects of the research on dark matter.
At design thinking workshops held at 'ZAL – Hamburgs Zentrum für Angewandte Luftfahrtforschung' participants developed new ideas concerning the future of aviation.