Here's what the Stanford Social Innovation Review had to say about MindLab: "Based in Copenhagen and part of the ministries of Business and Growth, Employment, and Children and Education, MindLab was established in 2002. A small team of ethnographers, designers, and public policy specialists accepted the mission of involving citizens and business in co-designing new public solutions."
That quote is from a piece published by the organization's Director of Innovation Christian Bason of the collaborative effort that includes business, design and government, is part of a way to consider societal impact that is driven by the citizens themselves. So far, MindLab has worked in a variety of industries and sectors.
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