The EPISIS conference will take place in Helsinki on 4th – 5th of June
2012. The conference will be held at Finland Hall, a unique venue by
the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto.
The last call for registrations on the final EPISIS conference:
“Positive Impacts of Service Innovation – from Intangible Investments
to Emerging Industries and Ecosystems”.
The overall purpose of the conference is to show-case the wide spectrum
of forerunner policies and activities in Europe and abroad to make the
most use of the service innovation potential and speed up the uptake of
service innovations in the market.
The key question will be how to get tangible results from intangible
The main target audience are high-level policy-makers from European
regions, Member States and
Commission as well as other interested actors and parties in the
service innovation field.
The EPISIS conference is part of the programme of both the Danish EU
Presidency and the World Design Capital year designated to Helsinki in
2012. The World Design Capital is an initiative of the International
Council of Societies of Industrial Design - an international
non-governmental organisation that aims to promote innovative design.
More information on the registration and programme is available on