Oslo Innovation Week 2018
- Time: 24-9-2018 00:00 - 28-9-2018 00:00
- Location: Oslo, Norra
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Oslo Innovation Week takes place in Oslo for the 13th time this year, inviting people from all over the world. Allergic to blah-blah, Oslo sets real business solutions to UNs sustainable development goals on stage. 50 events in one week include full-day conferences, talks, pitching, workshops and afterwork parties. All organised by corporates, startup networks, NGOs, private and public organisations. Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, and Oslo Business Region is project manager.
Why attend Oslo Innovation Week?
Oslo Innovation Week brings forward new voices and innovation in action. We believe in not only talking about change, but actually changing the world we live in. We bring together speakers, experts, entrepreneurs, investors, startups and innovators from around the globe, and challenge them to solve problems, collaborate and drive sustainable change.
Oslo Innovation Week 2018 highlights solutions that solve real global challenges through entrepreneurship, technology and innovation to push the world forward towards sustainable change. Through international collaboration between startups, corporates, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, investors and tech experts, can we voice bold solutions that will bring the world forward. New influencers are vital to finding new solutions and we are creating a meeting place where these solutions can start to take form. Our future relies on the bridging of differences, interdisciplinary collaboration, innovation in action, and each of us stepping up together to find solutions now!
Oslo Innovation Week takes place in the city of Oslo, Norway. There are 4 event venues or event areas: The harbour warehouse Vippa at Vippetangen (a 7 min walk from Oslo Central Station), the SALT buildings (next to Havnelageret, a 2 min walk from Oslo Central Station), the area downtown Bjørvika to Kvadraturen (includes several venues within walking distance) and at Oslo Science Park (a 8 min metro ride from Oslo Central Station).
See more information HERE.