LEGO House announces online Fan Day

LEGO House Fan Day will allow fans from around the world to attend five online live sessions.

To tie in with the Skærbæk Fan Weekend each year, LEGO House hosts a special Fan Day. This year’s LEGO House Fan Day is moving online, with five online sessions that will be hosted live from the LEGO Group’s headquarters in Billund, Denmark.

Given that there are travel restrictions around the world, this will allow the event to go ahead with the involvement of international fans.

Fans can register for the event at the LEGO House website, where the agenda has been shared:

13.45 Q&A with Poul Schou, LEGO A/S, Senior Vice President Product Development

Poul is looking forward to getting your questions about Product Development. He is heading up the Product Development of Product Group 2 and has been in the LEGO Company for more than 30 years.

13.45 LEGO House: New MOCs in Yellow Zone

Masterbuilder Stuart Harris will introduce some of the new cool models which have just now been installed in the Yellow Zone of LEGO House.

14.00 LEGO Building Instructions with Kim Yde Larsen, Senior Director Building Instruction Experience

Meet Kim, who is an expert on Building instructions. In this session you can discover how important BIs are to make a great building experience and the evolvement of Building instruction moving into the digital area.

14.45 Status from Skærbæk Fan Weekend

Skærbæk Fan Weekend was unfortunately also forced to cancel due to COVID-19. Stephan Sander will talk about the 2020 situation and explain what happened

15.00 LEGO Quality with Bjarke Schønwandt, Quality Director

Get the latest update and overview on LEGO quality and ask your questions about quality directly to Bjarke – who by many AFOLs is known as Director of Perceived Quality.

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