The Future of Work – design your dream work day

We are looking for service concepts of ‘The Dream Working Day’ – what would it look like and what role does technology play in it? We want you to challenge the traditional way-of-working and think outside the office buildings.
Owning Partner


The world is moving fast and we have to adopt to the changing circumstances faster and faster. This means that also our way-of-working has to change. We encourage you to rethink the traditional working environments, the ways of working, and the tools used for working. To give you some guidance on what to focus on, you should think about what kinds of service concepts and collaborations would AI, VR, robotics, 5G and fiber connections enable in the future.
Your concept should answer the following questions:
    • In which environments do you work?
    • Who do you work with? How do you communicate with them?
    • When do you work?
    • What is the role of office spaces during your working day?
    • What kinds of things will the above mentioned technologies help you with?
After you have determined what your work day looks like, let’s dig deeper! What kind of solutions will you need to enable your dream day? Does your concept have a bigger impact on the society? How will people use your concept in their everyday lives? 
We are looking for a clearly represented concept with as much visualization as possible. We would also love to see some prototypes of your concept, be it a video of your dream day or a real time play during your pitch – whatever suits you the best!
We are super excited to get you on board! Below, you can find out in more detail how we will help you to succeed in your work.
To enable your success, we will be helping you through the whole 10 Days 100 Challenges program. This means that our experts will be helping you during the two weeks. Here are some of the experts who will be there to help you:
    • Innovation Lead
    • 5G Tech/Business Expert
    • AI/Robotics Expert
    • Service Designer
    • HR Experts


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