- We are now seeing the results of our strategic efforts to build international specialist expertise in innovation management in parallel with the development and packaging of our own innovation, the validation method "Innovation Due Diligence®, IDD", says Gry Holmgren Hafskjold, CEO, LTU Business.
A more sustainable and efficient mining and mineral sector
The assignments, mainly concentrated to countries such as Germany, Spain and Italy, are led by industrial giants such as Fiat, Siemens, the German mining consultancy DMT and Arcelor Mittal can be mentioned. The assignments run over three years and aim to make the European mining and minerals sector more sustainable and efficient.
- We are proud and happy. We’re invited to contribute to extensive iniatives to re-invent the industry via more sustainable innovations. Also, it’s an opportunity to make an impact on the percepted role and value of innovation management, as well as increasing sales in our field of expertise, says Emil Svanberg, Head of Innovation Management at LTU Business.
Swedish innovation management on export
The CEO of LTU Business also believes that Innovation Due Diligence® boosts the position and attractiveness of LTU Business, the region and Sweden. The method contributes to and further strengthens Sweden's reputation within the concept of innovation and also contributes to consolidating Northern Sweden's position as one of Europe's most innovative regions. At the same time, these assignments provide market insights and new contacts that are important for academia and business at home.
- At the end of the day, the higher purpose of the assignments and our participation - to contribute to the sustainable development of Northern Sweden, Europe and the world, is encouraging and valuable to us at LTU Business, concludes Gry Holmgren Hafskjold.