DigIT Hub • Sweden

  

 

We help SMEs and the Public Sector in Southern Sweden reach their digitalisation goals. 

 

SMART CITIESSMART INDUSTRY

We have all heard about ‘digitalisation’ and the impending need to change with the times – to stay relevant, to keep up with demand, to meet expectations. To get there, we have an abundance of technologies, applications and use cases available to us. 

Yet, many of us share questions about what it really means to digitalise, and where we should start (or continue) our digitalisation journeys.

How do we actually go about digitalisation?

At DigIT Hub, we help Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) and the Public sector in Southern Sweden reach digitalisation goals, focusing specifically on the transformation towards “Smart Sustainable Cities” and “Smart Industry” (Manufacturing and Advanced Materials).

Not sure what your organisation needs in term of digitalisation, or where to begin? No problem. Interested in the ‘latest and greatest’? We’ve got that covered, too. Within our vibrant network, we have the tools and expertise to meet you and your organisation exactly where you are in your digitalisation journey – and get you where you want to be. 

DigIT Hub is backed by the European Regional Development Fund, and led in collaboration between regional innovation clusters & partners.

DIGITALISATION

FOR REAL-WORLD

TRANSFORMATION

OUR FOCUS AREAS

Our goal is to help organisations use digitalisation as a tool to transform the way we live and work.

This is how.

Digitalisation

What is digitalisation?

In its most basic form, digitalisation means converting physical data, information and practices into a digital (i.e., computer-readable) format.

Digitalisation can take many shapes and forms. We can – for instance – digitalise products, we can digitalise processes and we can digitalise business models (to name a few application areas).

What might this look like in practice?

In its most basic form, digitalisation means converting physical data, information and practices into a digital (i.e., computer-readable) format.

Digitalisation can take many shapes and forms. We can – for instance – digitalise products, we can digitalise processes and we can digitalise business models (to name a few application areas).

Give me some examples!

In its most basic form, digitalisation means converting physical data, information and practices into a digital (i.e., computer-readable) format.

Digitalisation can take many shapes and forms. We can – for instance – digitalise products, we can digitalise processes and we can digitalise business models (to name a few application areas).

Smart Cities & Smart Societies
Smart Industry: Manufacturing & Materials
Sustainable Development Goals

HOW WE CAN HELP

SUSTAINABILITY, EFFICIENCY & IMPACT

There is broad consensus that it is not possible to continue ‘business-as-usual’ if we are to achieve a sustainable future.

New demands are placed on citizens, authorities and companies to go from unsustainable practices to fossil-free and resource-efficient ones. Legislation around the world is being designed in line with Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To stay relevant – regionally and globally – it is becoming crucial for organisations to be compliant and adapt their operations to sustainable development goals. 

Digitalisation has a critical role to play in achieving this. DigIT Hub is here to help you along the way.

 

Digit hub Partners

DigIT Hub is led by regional cluster organisations, in close collaboration with partners from industry, academia, public sector, change agencies, research institutions, and regional support systems.

MALMÖ OFFICE

Stora Varvsgatan 6A
211 19 Malmö

LUND OFFICE

Mobilvägen 10
223 62 Lund

CONTACT

info@digithub.se
+46 (0) 70 274 59 72