June 25, 2020

Scale-up ready for the next step? Elevate 2030 returns in autumn

June 25, 2020

Scale-up ready for the next step? Elevate 2030 returns in autumn

During spring we held the first edition of our new network series Elevate 2030. In the first run eight companies with cutting edge solutions for sustainable cities joined the program. During seven meetings focused on themes such as sustainable business models, leadership, finance and internationalization the group got to discuss common challenges and get new knowledge from experts and business coaches. We want to thank Yanzi, Ingrid Cloud, Seliro, Fidesmo, Univrses, Move About, Gemit Solutions and CaCharge for their participation and look forward to see them in new collaborations and projects in the future!

For the autumn edition, we welcome companies looking for tools to elevate their development with a focus on sustainability, get access to new knowledge and create new networks.

– We are looking for companies that are scaling their businesses, want to contribute towards a reduction of carbon emissions and se how sustainability and resilience can develop their business model, says Karin Bengtsson, COO at Urban ICT Arena.

During the autumn we will run two groups – one focused on smart cities and one focused on sustainable production, organized together with Södertälje Science Park.

If you are interested, click here to read more and to sign up.

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