bin@porto 2021

BIN@Porto 2021

Building blocks for the future.

O que fazer quando um grupo de pessoas brilhantes se reúne no Porto para falar sobre o futuro da Humanidade? 

What to do when a group of brilliant people get together  at Porto to discuss about the future of Humanity? 

What to do when a group of brilliant people get together  at Porto to discuss about the future of Humanity? 

Everythink partnered with BIN@Porto 2021 (Business and Innovation Network) event to create an outcome from the event where brilliant thinkers shared their thoughts about the future.

What to do when a group of brilliant people get together  at Porto to discuss about the future of Humanity? 

As Open Sessions do evento anual da Business and Innovation Network (BIN@), traz a palco um grupo impressionante de pessoas de todo o mundo para partilhar, evoluir e criar conhecimento e visões para o futuro da Humanidade. Este ano, reuniram-se no Porto e os temas principais foram a Sociedade, a Circularidade e Saúde e Bem-Estar. A Everythink é uma das parceiras do rede e associou-se ao evento promovendo um workshop sob o mote 'Building Blocks for the Future', trabalhando com os convidados no sentido de criar white papers compilando e publicando um repositório de testemunhos para referência futura e construção contínua

Confere, abaixo, os white papers. (conteúdos em inglês apenas)

The Open Sessions of the Annual Event of the Business and Innovation Network, brings on stage an impressive group of people from all over the world to share, evolve and create knowledge and visions for the future of Humanity. This year, they gathered at Porto city and the main themes were Society, Circularity, Health and Well Being. Everythink partnered with BIN@Porto to work with the guests to build blocks for the future that were compiled and published in these white papers, for future reference and continuous construction.

The Open Sessions of the Annual Event of the Business and Innovation Network, brings on stage an impressive group of people from all over the world to share, evolve and create knowledge and visions for the future of Humanity. This year, they gathered at Porto city and the main themes were Society, Circularity, Health and Well Being. Everythink partnered with BIN@Porto to work with the guests to build blocks for the future that were compiled and published in these white papers, for future reference and continuous construction.

The Open Sessions of the Annual Event of the Business and Innovation Network, brings on stage an impressive group of people from all over the world to share, evolve and create knowledge and visions for the future of Humanity. This year, they gathered at Porto city and the main themes were Society, Circularity, Health and Well Being. Everythink partnered with BIN@Porto to work with the guests to build blocks for the future that were compiled and published in these white papers, for future reference and continuous construction.

The Open Sessions of the Annual Event of the Business and Innovation Network, brings on stage an impressive group of people from all over the world to share, evolve and create knowledge and visions for the future of Humanity. This year, they gathered at Porto city and the main themes were Society, Circularity, Health and Well Being. Everythink partnered with BIN@Porto to work with the guests to build blocks for the future that were compiled and published in these white papers, for future reference and continuous construction.

Building blocks for the future

Business & Innovation Network (BIN@) is an international network of academic and industry partners engaged in supporting open innovation and the creation of sustainable forum for sharing good practices and opportunities in innovation. BIN@ promotes a set of activities ranging from brokerage events to softlanding opportunities for startups. BIN@ has currently around 4500 delegates worldwide and so far has held 14 international events in Portugal, UK, Brazil, Romania, Poland and one fully digital event. You can see more about our activities on the official website: www.businessandinnovation.net.

Business & Innovation Network (BIN@) is an international network of academic and industry partners engaged in supporting open innovation and the creation of sustainable forum for sharing good practices and opportunities in innovation. BIN@ promotes a set of activities ranging from brokerage events to softlanding opportunities for startups. BIN@ has currently around 4500 delegates worldwide and so far has held 14 international events in Portugal, UK, Brazil, Romania, Poland and one fully digital event. You can see more about our activities on the official website: www.businessandinnovation.net.

Business & Innovation Network (BIN@) is an international network of academic and industry partners engaged in supporting open innovation and the creation of sustainable forum for sharing good practices and opportunities in innovation. BIN@ promotes a set of activities ranging from brokerage events to softlanding opportunities for startups. BIN@ has currently around 4500 delegates worldwide and so far has held 14 international events in Portugal, UK, Brazil, Romania, Poland and one fully digital event. You can see more about our activities on the official website: www.businessandinnovation.net.

Business & Innovation Network (BIN@) is an international network of academic and industry partners engaged in supporting open innovation and the creation of sustainable forum for sharing good practices and opportunities in innovation. BIN@ promotes a set of activities ranging from brokerage events to softlanding opportunities for startups. BIN@ has currently around 4500 delegates worldwide and so far has held 14 international events in Portugal, UK, Brazil, Romania, Poland and one fully digital event. You can see more about our activities on the official website: www.businessandinnovation.net.

Joao transmontano – Photo by Heather McKean on Unsplash

Healthy Ageing

Healthy Ageing

Healthy
Ageing

JOÃO TRANSMONTANO

ENTOGENEX EUROPE

ENTOGENEX EUROPE

As we eat healthier, medical treatment prolongs life of human beings. Looking back 100 years, people would rarely get older than 50 to 60 years old.

As we eat healthier, medical treatment prolongs life of human beings. Looking back 100 years, people would rarely get older than 50 to 60 years old.

In a century, our genetics did not change much, we are still the same people. What fundamental factors are responsible for a 20 years increase in the life period? Medicine is one of them, obviously. Food is another one, but food is catching up in a bad way. As the number of people living on the planet increases, more food is needed, and chemical substances that normally increase food production also cause damage to human health. This is where the medicine enters. We're seeing diseases like cancer, Alzheimer and Parkinson increasing. With less expression in the past, once we live longer, they got relevant and some of them are caused by what we ingest during our life period.

In a century, our genetics did not change much, we are still the same people. What fundamental factors are responsible for a 20 years increase in the life period? Medicine is one of them, obviously. Food is another one, but food is catching up in a bad way. As the number of people living on the planet increases, more food is needed, and chemical substances that normally increase food production also cause damage to human health. This is where the medicine enters. We're seeing diseases like cancer, Alzheimer and Parkinson increasing. With less expression in the past, once we live longer, they got relevant and some of them are caused by what we ingest during our life period.

In a century, our genetics did not change much, we are still the same people. What fundamental factors are responsible for a 20 years increase in the life period? Medicine is one of them, obviously. Food is another one, but food is catching up in a bad way. As the number of people living on the planet increases, more food is needed, and chemical substances that normally increase food production also cause damage to human health. This is where the medicine enters. We're seeing diseases like cancer, Alzheimer and Parkinson increasing. With less expression in the past, once we live longer, they got relevant and some of them are caused by what we ingest during our life period.

Violeta Bulc – Photo by SpaceX on Unsplash

Human Centric Civilisation

Human Centric Civilisation

VIOLETA BULC

ECOCIVILISATION

The weak signals of the crisis of the Western Civilization can be seen everywhere: decadency, lack of respectful public values, lack of trust, transparency, decomposition of democratic laws. 

The weak signals of the crisis of the Western Civilization can be seen everywhere: decadency, lack of respectful public values, lack of trust, transparency, decomposition of democratic laws. 

Those are strong indicators that it is time to regenerate, reinvent ourselves or become a part of history as yet another civilisation that got lost and fell. (…) Out of that, infused by the collective consciousness and the concept of “knowledge as universal good”, the model of Ecocivilisation was born: 5 entities (beings, communities, consciousness, land and relationships), as the core of a new societal framework. 

Glenn Cezanne – André François McKenzie – Unsplash

Transformative Economy

Transformative Economy

GLENN CEZANNE 

TIME AND PLACE, CharIN E.V. 

The new Regulation for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure is a true milestone for the European Commission's Green Deal. (…) 

The new Regulation for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure is a true milestone for the European Commission's Green Deal. (…) 

The European Union needs to remain competitive on a global market, not least when looking at all elements of the electric charging eco system. Within this context the importance.

The European Union needs to remain competitive on a global market, not least when looking at all elements of the electric charging eco system. Within this context the importance.

TErry Huang – Photo by Nadine Primeau on Unsplash

Translating Systems Thinking into Public Health Innovations

Translating Systems Thinking into Public Health Innovations

TERRY HUANG

CUNY, FIREFLY INNOVATIONS

Public health and healthcare are one of the sectors most resistant to change, very slow at adopting new ways of thinking and doing things. The same set of strategies in public health have been tried for a long time but they’re not making a big dent regarding many of the complex diseases that the world is dealing with. 

Public health and healthcare are one of the sectors most resistant to change, very slow at adopting new ways of thinking and doing things. The same set of strategies in public health have been tried for a long time but they’re not making a big dent regarding many of the complex diseases that the world is dealing with. 

The academic endeavor to push towards systems change and develop and test innovative strategies is an important part of this work, championing the integration of systems thinking and systems science into public health, and obesity and chronic disease prevention, in particular.

The academic endeavor to push towards systems change and develop and test innovative strategies is an important part of this work, championing the integration of systems thinking and systems science into public health, and obesity and chronic disease prevention, in particular.

Violeta Bulc – Photo by SpaceX on Unsplash

Ecosystem
Approach
to e-Governance

Ecosystem Approach
to e-Governance

ROBERT KRIMMER

TARTU UNIVERSITY, ESTONIA

How can you turn paper-based processes into a digital ecosystem? 

How can you turn paper-based processes into a digital ecosystem? 

How can you turn paper-based processes into a digital ecosystem? Estonia is a case study of understanding what are the special factors that work as a pressure cooker, to let things happen, which otherwise would take longer, or which are harder to achieve for the countries, like Germany or even the US.

How can you turn paper-based processes into a digital ecosystem? Estonia is a case study of understanding what are the special factors that work as a pressure cooker, to let things happen, which otherwise would take longer, or which are harder to achieve for the countries, like Germany or even the US.

Ana Correia de Barros – Photo by Yogendra Singh on Unsplash

Human Centered Design for Living and Ageing with Data

Human Centered Design for Living and Ageing with Data

ANA CORREIA DE BARROS

FRAUNHOFER PORTUGAL AICOS

FRAUNHOFER PORTUGAL AICOS

The new Regulation for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure is a true milestone for the European Commission's Green Deal. (…) 

The new Regulation for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure is a true milestone for the European Commission's Green Deal. (…) 

The European Union needs to remain competitive on a global market, not least when looking at all elements of the electric charging eco system. Within this context the importance.

The European Union needs to remain competitive on a global market, not least when looking at all elements of the electric charging eco system. Within this context the importance.

Ladeja Gosir – Foto de Lachlan Ross no Pexels

Circular Change

Circular Change

Circular
Change

LADEJA GODINA KOŠIR

CIRCULAR CHANGE SLOVENIA

This is all about change.  Starting with the circular triangle. 

This is all about change.  Starting with the circular triangle. 

In this triangle we have circular economy as an economic model, with everything that relates to that, such as the transition of business models. We cannot achieve this new model without circular change , a systemic change in a holistic approach of the whole system. And then there is circular culture , the third very important component, because everything is based on values.

In this triangle we have circular economy as an economic model, with everything that relates to that, such as the transition of business models. We cannot achieve this new model without circular change , a systemic change in a holistic approach of the whole system. And then there is circular culture , the third very important component, because everything is based on values.

Ladeja's full contribution is available here

Violeta Bulc – Photo by SpaceX on Unsplash

Future Proof Present

Future Proof Present

Future Proof
Present

BEATRIZ LUZ

EXCHANGE 4 CHANGE

We need new values, new attitudes, new relationships. It's not enough technology, new products, designing for modularity, durability or to the sharing economy, if the society is not willing to take up this new consuming process.

We need new values, new attitudes, new relationships. It's not enough technology, new products, designing for modularity, durability or to the sharing economy, if the society is not willing to take up this new consuming process.

Since we started to learn more about the transition, we came up three new R’s: Reevaluate the production process, Redefine products and service and Rethink values and attitudes, not only remanufacturing, reuse, repair, but it’s the product itself and the production process, about the people, the values, the attitude.

Since we started to learn more about the transition, we came up three new R’s: Reevaluate the production process, Redefine products and service and Rethink values and attitudes, not only remanufacturing, reuse, repair, but it’s the product itself and the production process, about the people, the values, the attitude.

LEonardo ORtega – Hans Markus Antson – Brand Estonia

Attract and Retain Talent

Attract and Retain Talent

LEONARDO ORTEGA

ENTERPRISE ESTONIA, WORK IN ESTONIA

‘Coopetition’ for international talent. 

‘Coopetition’ for international talent. 

There is a balance for the cooperation between countries and cities, while they are in competition for the best talent. A good thing in terms of competition is that the models are not always replicable.

There is a balance for the cooperation between countries and cities, while they are in competition for the best talent. A good thing in terms of competition is that the models are not always replicable.

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CURTAS

A cidade com as pessoas mais felizes do mundo! Eis as conclusões de mais uma edição do projecto com a Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto.

The city with the happiest people in the world! Everythink presents conclusions of the project with University of Porto Fine-Arts School students.

Na sequência do desafio colocado pela Everythink ao Município do Porto em 2018, em que colocámos na mesa uma série de temas e desafios para fazer do Porto a cidade com as pessoas mais felizes do mundo, mantemos uma colaboração anual com alunos da FBAUP  em parceria com o UPTEC, para gerarem ideias e conceitos que contribuam para este desafio. Novas mentalidades abrem novas realidades. Mais info aqui

Following the project developed by Everythink, comissioned by Ordem dos Engenheiros - Região Norte and the Porto City Council, with a set of challenges to make Porto the city with the happiest people in the world, we launched the challenge to Fine-Arts students, in a partnership with UPTEC, to evolve this set of suggestions. New mentalities open up new realities.

Foto de Aleksandar Pasaric no Pexels

CURTAS

COVID-19: um desafio para aprender e evoluir 

COVID-19: a challenge to learn and evolve

É unânime que esta é uma situação incontornável e sem precedentes. O que fazer? Ninguém sabe mas estamos todos juntos para fazer o melhor, esperando o melhor, ainda que aceitando que o impacto poderá ser negativo em muitos casos. Na Everythink estamos atentos e a colaborar desde a primeira hora para garantir a segurança dos funcionários, famílias, profissionais de saúde, etc... enfim, das pessoas. 

It is unanimous that this is an unprecedented and unavoidable situation. What to do? Nobody knows, but we are all together to do the best, hoping for the best, still believing that some harm can, unfortunately happen. At Everythink we are attentive and collaborating from the first hour to ensure the well-being of employees, family members, health professionals... well, of people. :)

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ARTIGOS

Pode a criatividade e a gestão coexistirem sem que daí resulte um bloqueio à inovação ou trazer uma falha de controlo aos projetos? 

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ARTIGOS

O contexto de saúde é diverso, abrangente e acima de tudo focado num único ponto: pessoas. Aqui estão alguns contributos onde entendemos onde se deverá prestar mais atenção. 

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ARTIGOS

Design como estratégia de pensamento 

Design as a Thinking Strategy

Design as a Thinking Strategy

Com o design tão habituado a pensar em tantas direções e intervenientes, desenvolveram-se ferramentas que, hoje, podem ajudar, de forma muito abrangente, a mapear a nossas próprias estratégias de pensamento.

Branco

DESIGN FOR CHANGE

DESIGN FOR CHANGE

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+351 220 301 570 


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