28. september 2022 kl. 12:00 - 14:30
Fysisk i Polyteknisk Forening.
Polyteknisk Forening invite you to a lunch seminar the third day of Oslo Innovation Week, Wednesday 28. september from 12 – 3 pm.
Climate Tech refers to technologies that address the climate crisis with projects geared towards reducing emissions, climate mitigation and adaptation. Can Norway position itself to play a leading global role in accelerating the rise of climate tech startups and investments?
Panel Session 1: Norway – Fertile ground for Climate Tech startup?
Is it true that the Nordics, in particular Norway, have the right ingredients to mature a thriving climate related technology ecosystem?
- Nina Heir, CEO Climate, Katapult Accelerator
- Murshid M. Ali, Co-founder and executive director, Skyfri
- Bjørn Simonsen, CEO, Saga Pure
- Ingrid Dynna, CEO i NoMy
- Leila Asdal Danielsen, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Hystar
Panel Session 2: What is needed from the investment community for Climate Tech startup to thrive?
Climate Tech is still an emerging area for investment opportunities, but has seen a rapid rise in investment in the last 5 years. How is the VC environment maturing to make space for climate tech? Does profit and impact really go hand in hand? Are we walking the talk?
- Susanne Gløersen, Sustainability Lead and Origination, SEB Green Tech VC
- Fredrik R. Mowill, CEO, Hystar
- Magnus Nordseth, Partner, Firda
- Fredrik Winther, CEO, Katapult
- Nada Ahmed, Founder, Agile Leadership
- Chris Snyder, COO, NoMy is todays host
You will meet leading climate tech entrepreneurs, emerging and bold innovators and venture capital investors who will address the challenges and opportunities within climate tech. Who are the leading climate tech companies in Europe? Is Norway positioned to taking a leading role? What role can investors and VCs play to accelerate entrepreneurship in this space?
Lunch will await you at 12 pm.
You can attend this event in person at Norway’s Polytechnic Society.