Feb 22, 2021

THINGS eBazaar™ on the topic of Smart Infrastructure


It’s time for the third THINGS eBazaar™ this year! The topic is Smart Infrastructure and we have a stellar speaker line-up of THINGS, Corporate-ready members, on the eBazaar™ from Japan, Switzerland, and Sweden. The eBazaar™ takes place February 25 at 15:30-17:00 (CET). Our previous events can be found on their YouTube Channel, here.

Thanks to our team member Niklas Johnsson from Sweden, we have access to the THINGS platform – which is the #1 deep tech and innovation hub in Sweden focusing on industry, infrastructure, utilities, and mobility. This Thursday, February 25 between 3:30 and 5 PM they are holding their third THINGS eBazaar™ this year! The topic is “Smart Infrastructure” and they have a stellar speaker line-up of THINGS corporate-ready members from Japan, Switzerland, and Sweden. If you want to know more about “Smart Infrastructure”, you are welcome to join the event. The irreversible marriage between digital technology and physical infrastructure has given rise to the concept of Smart Infrastructure. They are still only in the beginning of this important and exciting development that is needed to improve safety, security, sustainability, and efficiency in our society.

Confirmed companies presenting:
Hacarus – Adrian Sossna, VP Global Sales
Univrses – Jonathan Selbie, CEO
Vourity – Hans Nottehed, CTO and Founder
Bridgology – Alexis Kalogeropoulos, CEO & Founder

THINGS started the eBazaar events during spring of 2020 when market conditions changed dramatically. We are happy to see that THINGS so quickly could come up with this new concept and make it a success and that THINGS remains committed to supporting relationships between startups/scaleups and the large corporates. Cooperating with THINGS in various forms has been instrumental for the success of Imagimob.” – Anders Hardebring, CEO & Co-founder Imagimob

THINGS eBazaars™ are free of charge and we use Zoom as the online tool. Don’t forget to bring relevant colleagues!

For more information and to sign up, here. 

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