Didier Galet is a Partner at Infoggara, a consulting company specialising in the development of territories with economy, tourism, human resources, digital and sustainability policy issues.
Didier graduated from Sciences Po in Paris and has had several professional lives, including as Mayor of the village of Savins. His experience and network is based in the worlds of social and digital innovation. This experience included being part of the first national experiments in territorial design as part of the “Villégiature en Brie” project.
Currently he is Chairman of the Brie’Nov Living Lab, the first rural living lab in the Paris area. Brie’Nov is a digital ecosystem of territorial and social innovation anchored in the local community. It brings together a wide range of stakeholders, in particular users, to work together and respond to local needs.
Brie’Nov uses the Living Lab approach to encourage research, development and collaborative ventures. It regards digital solutions as tools to enable local communities to promote economic development, strengthen social interaction and open their doors to the world.
Brie’Nov is currently involved in an innovative collaboration with the French railways organisation (SNCF) called “Relais des Possibles” which seeks to transform four railway stations in the Paris area.