Social Innovation Summit is Sweden’s new meeting place for social innovation in the Nordic region. This is where entrepreneurs, changemakers, innovators, policy makers, investors and funders gather to find new innovative solutions to the most urgent societal challenges we are facing today. Chris Sigaloff is one of the keynote speakers.
++Attend the summitTickets are available on the Summit website (Swedish only). takes place on November 24th and 25th, at Slagthuset in Malmö, Sweden. During two days the conference will identify future topics, across all sectors and develop new knowledge about financing, collaboration, policy, research and design for social innovation. Participants will meet and explore interesting examples from those at the forefront of this field, experts from all over the world and attend a dynamic program with exiting and parallel tracks and themes that are up-to-date in Sweden as well as globally. Together we will create the conditions needed in order to find new, innovative solutions to the most urgent societal challenges we are facing today.
International speakers such as Geoff Mulgan from Nesta, Chris Sigaloff from Kennisland and Kevin Jones from SOCAP contribute to the program, as do Swedish profiles such as Pär Larshans, Åsa Skogström Feldt, Sofia Appelgren and Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh. New speakers are added along the way and will be presented on the Social Innovation Summit website, where you can also read more about the details of the event.
So what is Social Innovation Summit all about? In the program you will find sessions about collaborative economy, design for social innovation, financing, business models for social sustainability, innovation in the public sector, sustainable urban development, “The Million Homes Program” as an arena for innovation, and more.