Have you ever wondered how creative tech might change the world’s largest industry? Here is a recap from last week’s closing conference for Creative Technology out into the world. A tailor made export program where some of the most innovative companies and people met for discussions, reflections and inspiration.
Discussions about creative tech
At the conference we heard from some of the leading companies in creative tech and their experiences from the export program. Questions like “what does it take to succeed?” “Why is creative tech in the spotlight and why is tech important for entrepreneurs in the creative industry?” were the two big questions our attendees discussed.
Margit Klingen Daams from Innovation Norway lead a panel discussing “Expertise in the creative industry” with Wollit, Ekko, Atelie and Unacast.
The co-founder of 657 Oslo´s own Anniken Fjelberg was moderating two panel discussions about “Innovation in the creative industry” with Vierlive, Crescat, Pazzing and Ntention, and “Scaling in the creative industry” with Tikkio, NoordRights and We Are Learning.
We also heard keynotes from Lars-Petter Windelstad Kjos, co-founder and CPO, We Are Learning and Magnus Arveng, co-founder and CEO, Ntention.
So what exactly is the The Creative Tech Go Global export program?
It is a collaboration project between Innovasjon Norge and 657 Oslo on working towards scaling a selection of companies internationally, preparing them for growth and global success. Out of dozens of applications, eight Norwegian CreativeTech companies were selected to join the program:
- Ekko Agency
What does the program offer?
The Creative Tech Go Global export program contributes with capital and expertise to strengthen companies’ international competitiveness. The assignment was carried out by Innovation Norway, in collaboration with 657 Oslo, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and Equality.
Contact us if you want to know more about Tech Go Global export program to see if it could be a good fit for your own company! 🚀