March 11, 2019

Ignite Public – first workshop

March 11, 2019

Ignite Public – first workshop

In collaboration with Ignite Sweden, with funding from the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket) and other partners, we launched our initiative Ignite Public last week with a workshop

The overall goal is to increase collaboration between small companies and the public sector in Sweden. This is done by matching innovative startups with public actors across Sweden and supporting the parties to initiate collaborations through coaching and process management.

The initiative builds upon Ignite Sweden’s successful model for matching startups with large corporates to create new business opportunities. But this initiative also takes into account the procurement regulations the public sector must adhere to.

Today’s workshop with invited public organizations focused on identifying challenges and obstacles to better understand and facilitate the process forward.

Want to know more?
Contact: karin.bengtsson@kista.com

 

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