Episode 8 of the Citizen Centric podcast is now out! Workplace is still on the agenda as the latest workplace trends can really help us to understand more about user experience in a city.
Elisa Rönkä...Show More
We continue our examination of the future of work and WeWork are a wonderful company to study. They have revolutionised the way people and companies work and they have a valuation of 47 billion dollar...Show More
The way we work is undergoing major change and Kati Barklund is an excellent person to help us understand the future of work - or workplace strategy as she refers to it. Over the course of her career ...Show More
Mobility as a service (MaaS) is slowly changing from an abstract idea to a reality in a few cities around the world and Sampo Hietanen has been described as the person that has turned the original hig...Show More
The Smart Docklands district in Dublin produces 9% of Irelands GDP and is home to the European headquarters of companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and Hubspot. The district contains 44,000 emp...Show More
Frans-Anton Vermast is the international smart city ambassador for Amsterdam Smart City. His speciality is related to bottom up approaches to urban development which he describes as involving citizen ...Show More
Tom Huston is the Head of Development for United Smart Cities. United Smart Cities, based in Vienna, is the official Smart City program of the United Nations.
I’m extremely grateful to have him on an...Show More
In this first episode we explain the focus of the podcast. Our core message is: "if we solve the citizen’s problems first and if we do this with intuitive and easy to use tools then all of the data to...Show More