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Here you can read our publications and find tools that can support your work with legacy.

Copenhagen Legacy Lab

Folder 2.0
Copenhagen Legacy Lab

Publication: Folder 2.0 (2023)

Are you interested in legacy? Click on the link below to read our Folder 2.0. Here we elaborate on the information available on our website (e.g., what could roles and responsibilities look like, see a potential legacy journey, and find more information about effect categories and evaluation over time).

CLL posters
Copenhagen Legacy Lab

Tools: Copenhagen Legacy Lab Posters (2023)

Would you like to see Copenhagen Legacy Lab's four legacy posters? Click on the link below to get access. The legacy posters can assist you in your work with legacy (e.g., how to identify your legacy focus, how to frame your legacy challenge, how to build legacy activities, and how to plan your evaluation design).

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Legacy Case Studies
Copenhagen Legacy Lab

Publication: Legacy Case Studies (2022)

Would you like to read about some of Copenhagen Legacy Lab's cases? Click on the link below to read five legacy case studies from congresses. The cases support selected strongholds of Copenhagen: Life-Science, Green Transition, and Information & Communications Technology.

MeetDenmark

MeetDenmark has, together with the Danish destinations including Wonderful Copenhagen, developed a number of strategic tools that can support and enhance the legacy building process.

CLL MDK meeting legacies
MeetDenmark

Report: Powering Meeting Legacies (2023)

Are you, as an association or destination, interested in learning about how you can work with legacy? Click on the link below to read the MeetDenmark report 'Powering Meeting Legacies'. Here you can read about MeetDenmark's learnings from the past six years of working with legacy, and find inspiration for how you can create systematic and robust collaborations between local stakeholders and the congresses for greater impact.

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MDK Posters
MeetDenmark

Tools: MeetDenmark Posters (2022)

Would you like to see the four planning tools that the Danish destinations use throughout their legacy process? Click on the link below to find MeetDenmark's four legacy posters. The legacy posters can assist your work with legacy (e.g., how to formulate a vision, how to investigate the legacy potential, how to build legacy solutions, and how to plan your legacy activities).

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Activity Cards
MeetDenmark

Tool: Activity Cards (2022)

Do you need inspiration for your legacy activities of your congress or event? Click on the link below to see 4 examples of our 30 generic activity cards. The legacy cards can potentially help you create a broader societal impact that goes beyond the congress or event.

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Gerda Marie Rist GMR
Congress

Lead of Copenhagen Legacy Lab

gmr@woco.dk

Jakob Kjeldgaard Jensen JKJ
Major Events

Manager - Copenhagen Legacy Lab

jkj@woco.dk

 

Read more about our work with congresses and events which Copenhagen Legacy Lab supports, by ensuring a broader value creation, supporting some of our strongholds here among Life Science, Green Transition, and Information & Communications Technology.