The Copenhagen Pavilion will provide a centrally located, private embassy style base camp for selected members, partners, guests and VIPs during the COP15 climate negotiations, with a full range of Hub Culture Services available.
Goal: To become the nerve center for climate experts attending Copenhagen.
Dates: 1 December – 19 December, 2009
Objective: Integrated packages and product placement with carefully curated partners
Audience: CEOs, climate experts, elected officials, NGOs, the green industrial complex
Hub Pavilions are a unique service, fostering smart working collaboration through networking located at physical places. Pavilions interweave innovative social working design, atmosphere, and technologies to enable alternative workspace for influencers at COP15.
Hub Pavilions empower influencers with alternatives and/or higher productive options for social, economic, and environmental uses.
Hub Pavilions encourage citizens to modify behaviors for reducing carbon emissions, and increase citizen satisfaction through local community building.
Hub Pavilions integrate into urban development strategies around Connected Homes, Energy, Mobility, and Workplaces to provide citizens with new ways to work and interact
Online Collaboration Tools Manage Guests, VIPS Online Groups enable work on projects live at the Copenhagen Pavilion, continue remotely. Functions: Invite others Share discussions Develop projects Upload files Schedule & deliver content Share news across the web RSS Feeds Group Messaging Google Docs, Calendars
Pavilions can use the Web to deliver scheduled and live video feeds HubCulture.com can run a live video feed from the Copenhagen Pavilion to the Internet, delivering live breaking views, commentary and interviews from the Pavilion to the Internet at large. This form of “super-webcam” involves curated content and scheduled events others around the world can tune-in to by accessing the Pavilion homepage, partner homepages and social media websites around the world. Hub Culture’s unique technology system can even schedule content to appear on dedicated web pages at certain times, allowing partners to schedule a private channel of content in real time.