New QLab think tank now focusing on new mobility innovations
The QLab, a think tank focusing on "New Mobility" and sustainability goes into operation on April 6, 2021 in the Hammerbrooklyn Digital Pavilion. The think tank brings entrepreneurs, students, experts and visionaries together to focus on a specific aspect of new mobility and to develop forward-looking business models for stakeholders based on trends, technology and the demands of the market.
Bringing innovations into the world
Work in the QLab is done collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams and users should be eager to learn new things. Sufficient resources for developing and evaluating ideas and the subsequent prioritization, development and value-creating scaling of user-oriented business models are crucial to innovation, according to those behind the think tank. Boris Gloger, the initiator, believes sustainable transport solutions can create a liveable future for everyone. Gloger, a keen cyclist and train traveller, hit on the idea for the QLab during long talks with with Andrea Kuhfuß, a consultant at Kurswechsel Unternehmensberatung GmbH, who ran a think tank for the Bremen Economic Development Agency for many years.
Ideas and New Mobility mobility
The QLab is now looking for companies and districts that are looking for New Mobility ideas. Students from various disciplines gain an opportunity to work on a New Mobility assignment from a company during a five-week stint from April 6 to May 12. Applications from students are being accepted until February 28 on firstname.lastname@example.org.