NORDIC BATTLE // Urban Development - Qualification
Mirror mirror on the wall - we ask: Who is the most innovative firm within urban development of them all?
On August 16 we will host the qualification for NORDIC BATTLE in Urban Development @BLOXHUB in Copenhagen.
The winner will, beside the honour, get return flight + ticket to defend the title at the NORDIC BATTLE final which will take place in Oslo on September 18 @Oslo Urban Arena
Agenda, contestants and jury - coming up Battle moderator; Erling Fossen, CEO Oslo Metropolitan Area
Do you have what it takes to represent BLOXHUB in the battle of the Nordics?
Are you a game changer within urban development? Sign up to the qualification by sending below information to email@example.com by 19th of July.
Name and role/title
Name of organisation + link to website or other digital platform
Short description of your organisation (two lines)
Short description of the product, service, solution or technology you are offering (three lines)
Summing up in two sentences why you have what it takes to participate in NORDIC BATTLE // Urban Development
FORMAT NORDIC BATTLE combines two different and well known formats called Pecha Kucha and Fight Club.
Pecha Kucha is a stringent cut the crap-presentation where the presenter get 20 slides á 20 seconds. In order to win you need to argue why your solutions is better than the others. You must dear to criticize the other presentations and you will lose if you don't dare to engage in a fight with the opponents. The moderator will stage the fight until there is one clear winner, or the jury have a clear perception of who is the best firm/has the best solution.
The jury will be handpicked and will be invited to participate in the debate by the moderator if the opponents don´t give satisfying answers. The audience are encouraged to shout and make noises, either to cheer for their favorite or psycho out the one they don't like.
BUT: What happens on stage, stays at stage. Its forbidden to take critique or harassment personal. Everybody must shake hands afterwards.