Did you develop a solution in response to the COVID19 pandemic's impact on our life in the built environment? Are you interested in 500.000 DKK in financial support to market trial your solution in Denmark - also as an international company. Then read more about the themes apply here before 1. September

In just a very short time, COVID-19 mobilised governments, changed markets and not least changed the way people live. 

Work and time off under the same roof, distancing, and new routines for hygiene, shopping and meeting with others. The changes have had both negative and positive effects, and therefore they have been significant for our quality of life.

In the 'RESPOND – a new framework for everyday life' initiative, we want to build back better and support new solutions coming out of pandemic that can create a more resilient built environment with a better quality of life for everyone.

So do you e.g. have:

✅ an innovative approach to indoor climate with a focus on health in addition to comfort?
✅ new solutions for a healthier, greener urban environment with room for everyone?
✅ new ways of supporting a varied, safe, and healthy hybrid-work environment, both physically and digitally?

...or something completely different we haven't thought of that will create a more resilient construction sector and better quality of life? Then apply here.

RESPOND provides financial support for solutions that address a need that arose during the COVID-19 pandemic, and which have a lasting potential to make a positive difference to the building sectors resilience, sustainability, and quality of life.

It is possible to apply for financial support up to 500,000 DKK incl. VAT (i.e. VAT cannot be added). The projects are expected to start January 2023 with a project period of up to 1 year.

If you have any questions about the initiative or the call, don't hesitate to reach out to RESPOND innovation lead Toke Sabroe (toke@futureitis.dk) or Head of project Anne Gade Iversen (agi@realdania.dk).