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Communicatie- en Programmamanager a.i. Amsterdam Smart City (24-32 uur per week)

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Ben jij een hands-on communicatie- en programmamanager die graag beweegt in en contacten onderhoudt met een rijk netwerk? Houd jij met gemak veel ballen in de lucht, vind je het leuk een klein jong team aan te sturen en ben je op zoek naar een dynamische werkomgeving? Gaat jouw hart sneller kloppen van duurzaamheid en stedelijke innovatie? Kom dan het Amsterdam Smart City team versterken!

Vanaf 1 januari kun je aan de slag als Communicatie- en Programmanager voor 3 à 4 dagen per week. In ieder geval voor een periode van 3 maanden met optie op verlenging.

Wie zijn wij?
Amsterdam Smart City is een onafhankelijk innovatieplatform dat innovatieve bedrijven, kennisinstellingen, maatschappelijke organisaties, overheden en proactieve bewoners samenbrengt en de stad van de toekomst vormgeeft.

Dit doen wij met een netwerk van 27 partners die werken aan een betere, duurzame en toekomstbestendige wereld. Daarnaast hebben we een internationale community van meer dan 8000 pioniers en innovatieprofessionals die elkaar op vier thema’s - mobiliteit, de digitale stad, energie en circulaire economie - ontmoeten en verder helpen. Door al deze partijen te verbinden, en met hen het gesprek te voeren over de grote uitdagingen in onze regio, komen we tot innovatieve oplossingen die bijdragen aan betere straten, buurten en steden.

Amsterdam Smart City is onderdeel van Amsterdam Economic Board. Hét netwerk van organisaties met wie je samenwerkt aan de Metropool van Morgen

Wat ga je doen?
Wij zoeken een hands-on communicatie- en programmamanager. Iemand die makkelijk schakelt tussen verschillende disciplines en zich thuis voelt in een klein en betrokken team waar we allemaal de handen uit de mouwen steken.

Je stuurt ons communicatieteam aan en leidt een belangrijk positioneringstraject. Je onderhoudt contacten met een aantal belangrijke partners en geeft richting en uitvoering aan de doorontwikkeling van ons programma en onze instrumenten. Je legt verantwoording af aan de programmadirecteur.

Taken

  • Je geeft leiding aan het communicatieteam (2 fte);
  • Je bewaakt en geeft uitvoering aan de communicatiestrategie en het jaarplan;
  • Je leidt het positioneringstraject;
  • Je onderhoudt en bouwt aan ons netwerk;
  • Je schrijft en creëert zelf content.

Profiel

  • Je hebt WO/HBO werk- en denkniveau, een opleiding in de richting van communicatie (of vergelijkbaar);
  • Je hebt minimaal 5 jaar werkervaring en ervaring op het gebied van communicatie en of programmamanagement;
  • Je beheerst de Nederlandse en Engelse taal uitstekend in woord én geschrift;
  • Je hebt een vlotte pen en creëert graag content;
  • Je hebt affiniteit met duurzaamheid, innovatie en stedelijke ontwikkelingen en je vindt het belangrijk om met je werk een maatschappelijke impact te maken;
  • Je bent proactief en kan snel schakelen, en
  • Je bent sociaal en houdt van netwerken
  • Ervaring met positioneringtrajecten is een pre

Wat bieden wij?
Wij bieden je een fijne werkplek op het Marineterrein in Amsterdam, met een informele en collegiale sfeer. We zijn een klein team waar we nauw met elkaar samenwerken.

Je wordt onderdeel van een enorm divers en dynamisch netwerk bestaande uit koplopers en pioniers op het gebied van stedelijke innovatie binnen diverse toonaangevende organisaties in de Metropool Amsterdam. Je krijgt een kijkje in de keuken bij talloze duurzame en innovatieve initiatieven en programma’s.

Interesse gewekt?
Ben je enthousiast? Dan horen we graag snel van je! Stuur je CV en een korte motivatie uiterlijk 15 december naar: kathleen@amsterdamsmartcity.com. Voor meer informatie over de functie kan je ook contact opnemen met Kathleen via 06 22393487. Hopelijk spreken we elkaar snel!

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Recap of our visit to the Smart City World Expo in Barcelona

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The Amsterdam Smart City team is back in the Netherlands after an inspiring week at the Smart City Expo in Barcelona. The yearly Smart City Expo is the place where companies, entrepreneurs, start-ups, cities, and research institutions in the field of climate neutrality and smart cities meet. By promoting social innovation and identifying collaboration opportunities, the event is dedicated to creating a better future for cities and their citizens.

For the past months, we collaborated on a broad programme together with various Amsterdam Smart City partners. Curious to what we’ve been up in Barcelona? Read our recap below

Smart City Business Forum
On Monday, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and Cleantech Scandinavia hosted the Smart City Business Forum, bringing together around 400 international stakeholders with a focus on the role of private and public parties in achieving cities’ smart and climate-neutrality targets.

Amsterdam Smart City co-hosted a workshop together with the Norwegian cities of Oslo, Trondheim and Stavanger about innovative strategies and approaches for engaging citizens and reducing consumption-based CO2 emissions. Cornelia Dinca, International Liaison of Amsterdam Smart City shared several best-practices for citizen-driven projects from Amsterdam Region, including Waag’s citizen-measurement platform “Hollandse Luchten”, and the Schoonschip sustainable floating-neighborhood in Amsterdam North.

Innovation bike tour
On Monday afternoon, Amsterdam Smart City co-hosted an urban innovation bike tour through Barcelona. Guided by local historians, architects and city experts, we visited different neighbourhoods and urban innovation projects. After introducing urban planning visions like the “Plan Cerda” , we experienced key infrastructure projects and neighbourhood upgrades implemented for the 1992 Olympics.

We then visited the Superblocks, which sparked a childlike enthusiasm in many of us. Within the city, ‘islands’ of nine blocks are appointed as so-called Superblocks. Within these Superblocks, urban developers experiment with measures to reduce the presence of cars and create a greener, more liveable space for citizens. We saw first-hand how former intersections were transformed into squares, gardens, and meeting places for the local community. During the tour, we discussed the challenges in scaling the Superblocks concept across the city, and how Barcelona is inspiring other cities to limit car-access and car-dependency through similar initiatives.

Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC): Mayors Forum & Panel Discussion
Over the past 2.5 years, the Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) of the European Commission (EC) brought together 136 cities in a peer network focused on supporting and accelerating the twin green and digital transition. The Amsterdam Region, represented by Amsterdam Economic Board and Amsterdam Smart City (ASC) participated in the Challenge as one of the mentor regions, sharing experiences and best practices throughout the ICC journey.

A two-day conference coinciding with the World Smart City Expo brought the current phase of the ICC to a close. The first day was dedicated to a Mayors’ Forum, a gathering of over 40 European mayors, vice-mayors, political representatives, and city leaders. Marja Ruigrok, vice-mayor of the city of Haarlemmermeer, represented Amsterdam Metropolitan Region and shared experiences related to Green Deals, a cornerstone of the ICC.

During the second day, Cornelia Dinca, Amsterdam Smart City International Liaison, and coordinator of Amsterdam Region’s participation in the ICC, contributed to a panel on the Transition to the Green Economy, sharing the Amsterdam Smart City approach to building innovation ecosystems and facilitating multi-stakeholder collaboration on key societal transitions. Full reports from the two-day conference are available via the ICC website.

Incoming & Outgoing Missions from Dutch Pavilion
Amsterdam Smart City hosted several incoming and outgoing missions from the Dutch Pavilion in collaboration with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). The purpose of these missions was to provide Dutch delegates opportunities to connect with international colleagues, facilitating knowledge exchange, collaboration and trade. The programme consisted of guided visits to the Microsoft, EIT Urban Mobility, and the European Commission pavilions, and the chance to meet with international colleagues from the Canadian, Australian, German and Finish delegations.

Leonie in panel discussion at Congress
On Wednesday, Leonie was part of a panel discussion about ‘Designing the City from the Bottom-up’. Leonie spoke about how we’re moving away from top-down urban design principles and aim for cities inspired by people. The peoples’ will to have a say in the design of their environment is already there, it’s up to policy makers and urban planners to facilitate this participation in the best way possible.

Leonie emphasized that we need to execute radical changes to keep our cities and planet liveable. Implementing topics like new mobility systems and renewable energy will have a huge impact on how we design cities. “We need the wisdom and creativity of the crowd to do well. As the city is not only for citizens, but from them”.

We want to thank all co-organizing partners for a great week in Barcelona! If you have any questions about the programme of this year, or 2023, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Community Manager Sophie via sophie@amsterdamsmartcity.com. And we hope to see you in Barcelona next year!

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Amsterdam Smart City partners aan de slag met drie urgente maatschappelijke challenges

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In juni is de vijfde programmaperiode van Amsterdam Smart City gestart. 27 Partners hebben commitment gegeven om hun krachten te blijven bundelen. Met elkaar werken we aan de grote en urgente vraagstukken van deze tijd, door de inzet van innovatie en digitalisering. Met oog voor complexiteit, integraliteit en met het doel voor ogen van leefbare en bruisende steden en regio's. Op onze eigen unieke wijze. Waarde gedreven, creatief, open, op elkaar voortbouwend.

Op 7 november zijn we bij elkaar gekomen om in co-creatie een start te maken aan de volgende drie urgente challenges.

Van digivaardige mensen naar mensvaardige digitalisering

Technologische en innovatieve ontwikkelingen volgen elkaar steeds sneller op. Als overheid wil en moet je hierin meegaan. Tegelijk leidt de inzet van digitalisering en data vaak tot ongewenste resultaten, wat de afstand tussen inwoners/ondernemers en de overheid vergroot.

Gemeente Haarlemmermeer verschuift haar focus van ‘het systeem staat centraal, mensen moeten maar digivaardig worden’ naar ‘de mens staat centraal, onze systemen moeten mensvaardig worden’. De onderliggende vraag is hoe zet je de mens écht centraal in digitalisering en het vormgeven van digitale systemen? De gemeente Haarlemmermeer zou graag samen optrekken om deze vragen uit te werken tot een advies dat breder inzetbaar is.

Mobiliteitsarmoede: hoe voorkomen we uitsluiting van mensen in het mobiliteitssysteem?

Stijgende benzine- en elektriciteitsprijzen; de toenemende digitalisering en afname van het openbaar vervoeraanbod zorgen er, onder andere, voor dat steeds meer mensen problemen hebben om zich te verplaatsen. Verduurzaming en deelmobiliteit lijken niet voor iedereen weggelegd en maatregelen om dit te stimuleren werken het probleem mogelijk zelfs in de hand. Het risico op sociale uitsluiting wordt hierdoor groter.

De provincie Noord-Holland en DRIFT maken zich zorgen over mobiliteitsarmoede en vragen zich af wat we eraan kunnen doen om deze mensen mobiel te houden. Er is echter nog weinig bekend over de omvang van het probleem, de exacte doelgroepen en welk instrumentarium werkt (en wat vooral niet). Daarom willen we graag in gesprek met de partners om tot gezamenlijk inzicht en een afgestemde aanpak te komen.

Samenwerking voor ontwikkeling lokale energiesystemen

De milieuproblematiek en de huidige hoge energieprijzen zorgen voor een snelle omschakeling van gas naar elektriciteit. Dat is de afgelopen jaren veel sneller gegaan dan voorzien, met netcongestie als gevolg.

Door samenwerking tussen lokale partijen kan er een zo optimaal mogelijk energiesysteem gecreëerd worden. Dat kan het elektriciteitsnetwerk ontlasten en, bijvoorbeeld, het maximaal gebruik maken van duurzame bronnen stimuleren en de energiekosten drukken.

Dit vraagt een intensieve samenwerking waarbij elke partij wordt uitgedaagd om verder te denken dan de eigen belangen. Er zijn geen bestaande structuren of systemen waar dit binnen past. Alliander doet een oproep voor samenwerking op dit vraagstuk.

Vertragen

In dit soort complexe vraagstukken is het belangrijk om eerst te vertragen; te verkennen en te verdiepen, voordat je snelheid kunt maken. Dit was een eerste van drie verkennende en verdiepende sessies. We hebben in verschillende werkgroepen verkend waar de complexiteit zit in deze vraagstukken en verdiept wat er nodig is om hier stappen in te maken. Vraagstellingen zijn aangescherpt en er is een start gemaakt met het vormen van coalities rondom deze vraagstukken. Op 1 december gaan we hier op onze transitiedag weer mee door. En bewegen we toe naar het opzetten van concrete initiatieven.

Uiteraard kunnen we hier alle hulp en expertise bij gebruiken. Denk jij van toegevoegde waarde te kunnen zijn en wil je je inzetten voor een van de beschreven vraagstukken? Laat het ons weten via sophie@amsterdamsmartcity.com.

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Data Dilemmas: Opportunities and threats of future energy systems

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The transition from fossil fuels to clean energy in order to limit global warming is arguably the most wicked problem our society has ever faced. Besides a move to renewable energy production, experts agree that achieving the energy transition also requires a shift to more decentralized energy systems.

While digitalization promises to enable the shift to renewable and decentralized energy systems, it also raises several challenges and risks. In recent years we see privacy and security concerns emerging in line with the proliferation of smart devices which have the possibility to constantly monitor the behavior of their users. There are also questions related to large technology companies in the energy sector, and the risks associated with their monopoly position. During this Data Dilemmas, we will explore key opportunities and threats of future energy systems. How can we ensure privacy and security of smart energy systems? And what should governments do to ensure a level playing field, preventing data monopolies in the energy market?

Agenda
15:50 – 16:00 Walk-in
16:00 – 16:10 Welcome and introductions
16:10 – 17:00 Pitches by Julia Jansen (Waag) and Paul Strijp (Province of North-Holland)
17:00 – 17:30 Wrap-up and networking drinks

About the Data Dilemma series
Data Dilemmas is a collaboration between Amsterdam Smart City and the City of Amsterdam’s Data Lab. Three times a year we explore the possibilities for using data and new technologies to address urban and societal challenges, with a focus on responsible digitalization. The goal is to use data to make cities more safe, clean and accessible. But what happens to all the data that is collected? Which dilemmas do we encounter when we collect (personal) data to improve the city? These questions are important for everyone: governments, knowledge institutions, companies, and civil society. Amsterdam Smart City would like to explore with you which decisions are needed for responsible use of data.

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Recap of Demo Day #17 – Themes: Mobility, Energy, Circular and Digital

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Our network is our strength! This was proved once again at our well-attended Demo Day on October 11 this year. Pitches, work sessions and then continue talks during drinks. Everyone went home satisfied and inspired. At least that was our feeling! Read our short summary below.

About our Demo Days

The Demo Days are one of the tools we use to stimulate innovation and encourage connection between our partners and community. The purpose of the Demo Days is to present the progress of various innovation projects, ask for help, share dilemmas and involve more partners to take these projects to the next level. More information about the Demo Days can be found here.

Recap Demo Day #17

Smart Doorbells – Sofie-Amalie Torp Dideriksen from Responsible Sensing Lab

The Responsible Sensing Lab explores how to integrate public values in the design of smart systems in the public space. Sofie-Amalie Torp Dideriksen researched alternative smart doorbell designs, with the goal of redesigning the smart doorbell with a focus on privacy. During our Demo Day we talked about the power and the use of data from smart doorbells. In the Netherlands we have more than half a million bells like this. This means a lot of extra cameras on the streets, which also film public areas. At the moment, regulations regarding smart doorbells are not enforced. Additionally, smart doorbells are vulnerable to external attacks and manufacturers such as Google and Amazon are unclear about who owns the data captured by the doorbells. There’s a power difference going on, the owner has a lot more data about the visitor than the other way around.

How can we raise awareness and/or encourage discussion about smart doorbells and their impact? How can we design privacty-friendly doorbells? Responsible Sensing lab is working on this topic. Does it ring a bell?

Marineterrein Amsterdam Living Lab, A Regulatory Sandbox - Gianluca van der Putten & Juanita Devis Clavajio from MALL
One of the goals of Marineterrein Amsterdam Living Lab (MALL) is to become a regulatory “sandbox” or “free-zone”, enabling the testing of innovations which are yet not fully compliant with existing legal and regulatory frameworks. In reality, achieving this “sandbox” status is challenging as most experiments in public space require a permit.
In this work session, a mix of experts and stakeholders from Amsterdam’s innovation and start-up ecosystem were joined by colleagues from the Floriade (Almere) and Scheveningen (The Hague) living labs. One of the most important insight from the session was that rather than thinking about sandboxes as spaces where rules don’t apply, we should think of sandboxes as places where policy innovations can be tested. This requires close collaboration with policy makers who are willing to experiment with new governance and regulatory approaches.

One participant suggested positioning MALL as the “Efteling of Innovation”, taking a theme-park approach to designing a testing environment that engages, inspires, - and entertains - the public on urban innovation topics.

Scaling up the “15% GasTerug actienetwerk” – Edwin Oskam from metropoolregio Amsterdam and Marc van Gemert from gemeente Amsterdam
The ‘Actienetwerk 15% Gas Terug’ is an initiative by a coalition of partners in the Amsterdam region. This network is aiming on reduction of gas usage and demand by at least 15%. Edwin Oskam (MRA & Gemeente Amsterdam) shared various initiatives that contribute to this goal. The network is reaching out to citizens, small-to-medium businesses, office locations and business parks, with help of instruments like knowledge-sharing, campaigns and monitoring. In this session, participants shared opportunities they see in their personal or professional environment. The group also contributed on enhancing the approach of the network, by creative solutions such as involving and learning children about saving energy through escaperooms, podcast or organizing hackatons.

Do you know initiatives that could or already help reducing demand of gas? Please share this with the network, via www.ikzetookdeknopom.nl

EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) collaboration for the circular economy - Juan-Carlos Goilo from municipality of Amsterdam
How could the city of Amsterdam, companies and institutions work together to monitor the circular economy and create insight into data? The CSRD could be a starting point in this collaboration. Big companies have to report on sustainability data starting 2024.
The participants of this session discussed what kind of collaboration would be desired and possible. They concluded that data exchange between the companies and the city would already be of great use. The city could also provide monitoring models that could be used modularly depending on the company sectors and share knowledge on monitoring and preparation for the CSRD. There will certainly be more sessions on this topic with Amsterdam Smart City partners to create more clarity on the different needs and options.

Mobility poverty – Maxim Burlini from the Province of Noord-Holland
Increasing inflation and rising petrol and gas prices threaten to make mobility unaffordable for many people. How do we ensure mobility for these people to ensure that they can continue to participate in society? Maxim presented the findings of a short study into mobility poverty that he conducted. In a lively discussion a lot of input was generated. It was argued that it is about fairness, more than inclusiveness. This requires a change in the system and in thinking about this problem. Some keynotes where that shared mobility should not be left solely to market principles but should also be targeted at low-income groups. And that schemes for bikes targeted at children in deprived areas are successful to enhance biking as an alternative for (expensive) car use and public transport. This type of concrete, targeted action is much more necessary in the coming years.

In short, everyone agrees that mobility poverty is a real problem, that the problem will increase in the coming years and that we must do something about it. Together with DRIFT, the province of Noord-Holland will further develop this in one of the challenges in Amsterdam Smart City.

Want to join the next Demo Day?

Be welcome! Our next Demo Day takes place on the 13th of December in the afternoon. This will be a special edition, a lot of pitches with a focus on the progress everyone made this year. It’s all about making impact together. Feel free to get in contact Sophie via sophie@amsterdamsmartcity.com if you are interested in joining the Demo Day or let us know in the comments. We are happy to talk with you to find out if it's a match!

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Will we see you at the World Smart City Expo in Barcelona?

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Amsterdam Smart City is again going to the Smart City Expo in Barcelona (13-17 November). The yearly Smart City Expo is the place where companies, entrepreneurs, start-ups, cities, and research institutions in the field of climate neutrality and smart cities meet. Through promoting social innovation and identifying collaboration opportunities, the event is dedicated to creating a better future for cities and their citizens.

We are looking forward to an inspiring week full of activities together with some of our partners, such as the municipality of Amsterdam and Almere, the province of North-Holland, Overmorgen/Arcadis, Eurofiber and more!

Amsterdam Smart City is co-organizing a number of activities in collaboration with our partners and international colleagues in Barcelona. Below find an overview of our programme. Will we see you there?

Sunday, 13 November

Mission Kick-off: Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) will host a kick-off the Dutch mission followed by a networking dinner for Amsterdam Metropolitan Region delegates hosted by Amsterdam Smart City in collaboration with Amsterdam Trade & Innovate and Almere's Green Innovation Hub.

MRA Diner: After this kick-off, Amsterdam Smart City will co-host an MRA dinner together with Amsterdam Trade & Innovate and Almere’s Green Innovation Hub. At this dinner, entrepreneurs, policy makers and knowledge institutions from the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area will get to know each other, and discuss what they want to achieve in Barcelona (registration closed).

Monday, 14 November

Smart City Business Forum Event: The RVO & Cleantech Scandinavia will host The Smart City Business Forum bringing together around 400 international stakeholders with focus on the role of private and public parties in achieving cities’ smart and climate-neutrality targets. Amsterdam Smart City will contribute to the “City + Citizen = Smarter Climate Action” hosted by Nordic Edge (registration closed).

(E-)Bike Tour: Monday afternoon (15:00 - 17:30), Amsterdam Smart City and the municpality of Almere organize a bike tour exploring a variety of neighborhoods in Barcelona. Guided by two Architecture and Urban Mobility specialists, we'll emerse ourselves in different urban innovations.

International Dinner: The evening of 14 Nov, Amsterdam Smart City will cohost a networking dinner together with Amsterdam Trade & Innovate, BTG and the municipality of Almere, and many other Dutch Cities. The dinner will bring together ~75 Dutch and 75 international peers. During the evening, we will discuss the acceleration of the transition towards smart and climate neutral cities. We will exchange different challenges, solutions and views from multiple cities, companies and other stakeholders (registration closed)

Tuesday, 15 November

Amsterdam Smart City partner breakfast: Before the opening of the Dutch Pavilion, we are organizing a breakfast for our partners and team at the B Hotel.

Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) Mayors Forum: Marja Ruigrok, City of Haarlemmermeer vice-mayor for economy and mobility will represent Amsterdam Metropolitan Region during the Intelligent Cities Forum Mayors Forum, joining 30 other mayors and vice-mayors to set the policy agenda for the transition towards a green, digital, and resilient European economy.

Incoming / Outgoing Missions: Amsterdam Smart City will host a number of incoming / outgoing missions from the Dutch Pavilion. Dutch delegates can join visits to EIT Urban Mobility, and meet with Australian and Canadian counterparts. Keep an on the website of the Dutch Pavilion where we will communicate the Missions program soon.

Wednesday, 16 November

Amsterdam Smart City on stage at the Smart City Congress: Amsterdam Smart City Program Director, Leonie van den Beuken will speak at the Congress, during a thematic roundtable on Designing the City from the Bottom Up (11:45-12:30). During this thematic roundtable, the role of citizens in taking part in the making of cities will be discussed.

Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) Conference: Part of the ICC conference “Towards a green, digital, and resilient economy“, Amsterdam Smart City International Liaison, Cornelia Dinca, will contribute to a panel on green economy and local green deals, alongside colleagues from City of Mannheim and City of Leuven.

Incoming / Outgoing Missions: Amsterdam Smart City will host a number of incoming / outgoing missions from the Dutch Pavilion. Dutch delegates will have an opportunity to tour other pavilions, including Microsoft and European Commission. This post by Cornelia summarizes the Missions program. Furthermore, additional info about the dutch program can be found on the website of the Dutch Pavilion.

Are you also in Barcelona and do you want to join us for any of the above activities? Please contact Sophie at sophie@amsterdamsmartcity.com. We’re looking forward to meet you there!

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