mySMARTLife Webinar "Smart Economy in Smart Cities"

11 December 2018, 10:00 -11:30 CET

mySMARTLife organises its 2nd Webinar in the context of the mySMARTLife Cities Network on the topic of “Smart Economy in Smart Cities” on 11th December 2018 from 10:00 -11:30 CET.

"Smart Economy" is an innovative and dynamic economic concept aiming at guaranteed employment and an adequate income, attracting talents and providing goods and services according to actual requirements.

Our three Lighthouse Cities Nantes, Hamburg and Helsinki make many efforts to implement this concept in their multiple actions to make their cities smarter. This webinar enables you to discover the Smart Economy approach presented in different interventions by the mySMARTLife Lighthouse Cities.

Who can participate?
The webinar is directed to stakeholders from national, regional and local authorities, municipalities, companies (related to public lighting, charging stations and retrofitting), but also to everyone interested in this topic. The webinar is organised in the framework of the mySMARTLife Cities Network. It is the 2nd one of this series. Read more about the mySMARTLife Cities Network here.

Webinar agenda:

1.       Introduction & objectives of the webinar (Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum)

2.       Cities and Sustainability / Smart Economy (ESADE)

3.       Interventions in the three Lighthouse Cities – activities, challenges for scale-up, business tools and business models

3.1.    Charging stations in Hamburg (City of Hamburg/ESADE)

3.2.    Public lighting in Nantes (Nantes Metropole/ESADE)

3.3.    Retrofitting actions in Helsinki (City of Helsinki/ESADE)

3.4.    Discussion

4.       Time for questions from the audience (sent prior to the webinar)

5.       Challenges

Curious about the cities’ experiences on a specific question?

This webinar is open to everyone without pre-registration. Participants who have specific questions or examples they want to be addressed are invited to send their inquiries to Ms. Kathrin Eckerlin ( until 07.12.2018 at the latest.

The webinar can be accessed under the following link:

You can also dial in under the following numbers
(access code: 578-469-605):

Germany: +49 692 5736 7300
Finland: +358 923 17 0556
France: +33 170 950 590
Spain: +34 932 75 1230

Kathrin Eckerlin