Revised Copenhagen Legacy Lab

4th April 2022

The Copenhagen Convention Bureau (CCB) has launched an improved version of the Copenhagen Legacy Lab (CLL), one with deeper insight into legacy measurement. The previous four-step model, which served as a tool kit for recognising legacy goals and implementation techniques, is now enhanced.

The seven steps of the new model include methods on how to select the most
relevant legacy cases for Copenhagen as well as ways to plan their legacy process, including objectives and measurements. The new CLL focuses on the mutual benefits for associations and destination once the conference has found the suitable legacy goals.

The Copenhagen Convention Bureau (CCB) will now act as more than a connector for all stakeholders involved; it will take an active role as a consultant. Read more about the new CLL here.

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