BASF’s Creator Space Program to Be Continued
BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany, will continue the Creator Space program as part of its innovation process to foster co-creation and open innovation within the company. The program was launched during BASF’s 150th anniversary year. In around 50 initiatives around the globe, BASF employees discussed solutions to challenges with a focus on the three anniversary themes of food, smart energy and urban living with more than 6,000 partners from industry, academia, government and society. These initiatives have led to more than 100 projects currently being pursued with partners. In addition, two projects are being carried out within corporate citizenship initiatives.
Among the projects being continued are a value chain partnership to provide low-income families with affordable, energy-efficient housing in Brazil; a new technology that aims to bring daylight into buildings; and a corporate citizenship pilot project to provide water and sanitation to slum communities being conducted with a non-profit organization near BASF’s new research campus in Mumbai, India.
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