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Multi-stakeholder partnerships are not easy but an effective way to move forward on difficult issues.

Sometimes it takes just one step like rigorous research, a coordinated strategy or good facilitation to get unstuck and to move forward. It might also require a partner, who carefully stewards the process from A to Z. We do both. What holds all our projects together is the participatory approach and the invitation to work together on real changes for sustainable development.

Jackline Ogolla facilitating a discussion at the KNGH summit on the regeneration of the Nairobi river.
KenyaMulti-stakeholderClimate Change

Kenya Nordic Green Hub

Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)

Project aiming to enhance climate change resilience in Nairobi through partnership-driven transfer of Nordic technologies and experiences.

Bangladeshi boys playing in open, often contaminated and polluted, water.
BangladeshResearchSustainable Growth

Bangladesh Green Growth Study

Royal Danish Embassy in Dhaka

The study investigated how a Danish engagement can support a more sustainable and equitable growth in Bangladesh.

Fisherman steering a boat. One challenge of the Scottish aquaculture supply chain is the commercialization of innovation and creating sustainable innovation for the sector's issues.
ScotlandAquaculture Supply ChainCluster Development

Aquaculture supply chain cluster in scotland

Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Building a new industry-led cluster organization for the Scottish aquaculture supply chain from inception to operation.

Two NGO innovation managers discuss the lessons learned on humanitarian innovatio in a workshop.
Humanitarian InnovationEvaluationNGO

Innovation Acitivities of 15 Danish CSOs - Lessons Learned

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

The inception review on the innovation activities drew the lessons from 15 Danish CSOs' humanitarian innovation.

Title page and resume of the analysis for the Danish Water Export Strategy.
ResearchDanish WaterStrategy

Analysis for the Danish Water Export Strategy

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark

Analysis for the Danish Water Export strategy with a focus on markets, strongholds, barriers, drivers and trends.

Boy cycling through a gate in Singapore towards green park.
SingaporeInternationalizationSustainable Urban Development

Access Cities

State of Green

Access Cities, an international, public-private project on sustainable urban development, helps innovative companies to access the market in Singapore.

Our clients are businesses & business associations, policy makers, civic society organizations, clusters, funders and enablers. If you also like to work and partner with us, we invite you to contact us anytime.

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