From Monday 10 May to Friday 14 May 2021, the online conference titled North Atlantic Accelerator will take place, where CEO Lise-Lotte Terp from Arctic Consensus will participate in a panel discussion.

The conference focuses on how digital solutions can be driven forward. There will be presenters from Scotland, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Denmark, the US, and Canada. The conference covers a wide range of topics within business development and innovation, and there will be presentations on innovation ecosystems, mentorship, rural tourism, and digital health markets. The conference follows up on the North Atlantic Hackathon, which was held digitally from 19 to 21 March.

Lise-Lotte Terp from Arctic Consensus is a part of the webinar that takes place Monday 10 May, where she will participate in a panel discussion about the importance of networking and mentorship. The panel also consists of Morten Larsen, CEO of Nukiga, Aarhus, and Sigrun Jonssveinsdottir, CEO of Íverksetarahúsið, Klaksvik.

The conference is arranged by the Cooperation Council of Ontario (CCO), which is a (non-profit) social enterprise working to promote, develop, and innovate cooperatives and social enterprises and focuses on creating sustainable economic, social, and community development in Ontario in order to also set an example on a global scale.

Click here to sign up for North Atlantic Accelerator.

Click here to read more about the CCO.