Upcoming Event: Nordic matchmaking meeting in Stockholm
Nordic Innovation is hosting a Nordic matchmaking meeting 4 September in Stockholm.
Nordic Innovation: Matchmaking Event
Earlier this summer, Nordic Innovation and funding partners launched a call for proposals on innovative Nordic health and welfare solutions with a total frame of 25 million NOK. To receive funding, three or more Nordic countries must be represented in the project. The matchmaking event in Stockholm can be an excelent way to find Nordic Partners.
When: 4 September, 09.30 - 15.30
Where: Radison Blu Sky City Hotel, Arlanda airport, Stockholm
Agenda for the day
Registration and coffee
Introduction to the call by Nordic Innovation
Inspirational speak about the Swedish experiences with test beds in the health sector by Vinnova
Introduction to the format for the matchmaking by facilitator Mette Freisner, U communicate
Unconference: Session 1 & 2: A number of topics (defined by the participants) are available for exploration, discussion and development
Lunch – Standing lunch
Speed dating and meetings: Depending on your preferences and needs, this is the time for meeting new people or setting up meetings with people you want to further explore and get to know better
Information from the partners behind the call and Q&A by Nordic Innovation and funding partners
Thank you for today
The call is financed by Nordic Innovation together with Tekes (FI), Vinnova (SE), Innovation Norway (NO) and Rannis (IS). The call is launched as part of the lighthouse project Innovative Nordic Welfare Solutions initiated by the five Nordic ministries for business. Find more information and the call text here.
The target group for the call is a wide range of organisations engaging in health innovation. In addition to public sector organisations such as hospitals, regions, municipalities and agencies, we are aiming for test beds, business clusters, technology transfer offices (TTOs), innovation centres, private equity investors, funding bodies, export promotion bodies and universities. Participation of private sector organisations is encouraged as both project owners and participants.