Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS IDÉLABORATORIET?
Idélaboratoriet is a consulting company specializing in creativity and innovation. Idélaboratoriet was founded in 2000.

WHAT DOES IDÉLABORATORIET DO?
Idélaboratoriet works in the field of creativity and innovation. We create value for our clients for example through innovation strategy planning, facilitation of creative processes, training programs in professional idea creation and implementation of digital idea management solutions.

WHAT DOES "IDÉLABORATORIET" MEAN?
Idélaboratoriet is Swedish for The Idea Lab.

WHERE IS IDÉLABORATORIET LOCATED?
Idélaboratoriet was founded in Sweden and has its headquarters in Malmö in southern Sweden, but works with clients worldwide.

WHAT DOES CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION REALLY MEAN?
Idélaboratoriet likes to say that creativity is a process of getting original ideas that have some sort of value and innovation is the profitable implementation of creativity.

HOW DO YOU CONTACT IDÉLABORATORIET?
Call +46 734 340031. Please do not hesitate to contact us for a discussion on how we can help your organization!

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The Quest for the Perfect Meeting Never Ends

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Finding the right recipe for the perfect meeting is a neverending journey that we try to follow and be part of . As Creative Directors for the conference Next Generation Meetings we try to stay on the cutting edge (yeah, even borderline…) of meeting innovation with our customer Nordic Choice Hotels and the rest of the meeeting industry in Scandinavia.

The 2012 had the theme Games People Play. And boy, did people play and discuss and interact. With speakers like Andrew Grill (KRED – influence as a game), Jim Babb (game designer and teacher at Hunter College, NY), Henrik Fexeus (Swedish mind bender and TV-star) and Martin Öjes (founder of the world’s biggest digital festival, Dreamhack) we tried to understand how game mechanics can and will influence the world of meetings. And it was all illustrated by the cartoonists Lisa Ewald and Johan Jergner-Ekervik in the format of a video game. The illustration above is parts of the creative result.

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