Gunilla Bradley Centre for Digital Business, Information Engineering Center and Kalmar Science Park e-commerce agree to cooperate within digital business initiatives.
On Wednesday 27 April 2016, an agreement was made between three key organizations in the Linnaeus region. Gunilla Bradley Centre for Digital Business (GBC), Information Engineering Center (IEC), and Kalmar Science Park e-commerce (KSP) agreed jointly to cooperate in the context of digital business initiatives.
GBC offers an exclusive group of researchers, from various disciplinary quarters, all unified in the "digital business" theme. IEC and KSP, on the other hand, provide unique knowledge of and relations with the local business communities in their respective regions.
This opens for opportunities where organizations in need of research competencies may be linked with GBC resources, while GBC researchers may be related to relevant organizations. Yet another benefit is that IEC and KSP may initiate and manage complex research and development initiatives, where GBC researchers work jointly with other researchers, firms and public organizations.
A public event was held in Växjö, in the context of IEC's event Digitala veckan (Digital Week), where GBC's Dr Pejvak Oghazi presented GBC and some of its ongoing research efforts.
Photo: Dr Pejvak Oghazi, Gunilla Bradley Centre for Digital Business (to the left), and Mr Lars Hornborg, Information Engineering Center.