Norway Demo Day
2017 - Wed June 14th - 1600-1800 @SE Summit
What if you could have the chance to meet a handpicked selection of Norway’s most cutting edge and innovative entrepreneurs in one single session? At this year’s summit you can.
Innovation Norway is proud to introduce Demo Day – an exclusive event for accredited and active investors to meet and mingle with some of the most exciting Norwegian startups that are about to take off globally. Companies that respond to global market needs and represent the fast growing Norwegian startup scene in an excellent way.
" Keep an eye on Norway: Its startup scene is about to go huge"
16:30: Welcome & introduction
- Hege Barnes, Director of Innovation Norway in New York, and Åse Pettersen Bailey, business development manager for Innovation Norway in Silicon Valley.
Innovation Norway is excited to showcase ten of the most promising early stage companies that they have worked with in Innovation Norway Global Entrepreneurship programs in London, New York and Silicon Valley over the last years.
16:35: Why Norway’s startup scene is on fire
- Entrepreneur and investor Sean Percival
Why investors should look to Norway for their next investment, and what they can expect from Norwegian entrepreneurs and innovation. Introduction of the companies that will pitch on stage.
16:40: Company pitches
- moderated by Sean Percival
17:30: Final remarks
- Sean Percival and Pål T. Næss, director of Entrepreneurs and Startups at Innovation Norway.
Christine Spiten - Trondheim
Blueye Robotics is an underwater drone that will make it possible for more people to explore the ocean simply by using a smartphone or a tablet comupter.
Nicolaj Broby Petersen - Oslo
Megacool is a plugin for games that enables players to easily invite their friends with rich and engaging GIF previews.
Nikolai Aasen – Oslo
Developed the world’s first communication robot for children and young adults with long-term illness so that they can participate in class and stay in touch with friends.
Anders Gundersen – Bergen
Sensonomic collects vast amounts of data on natural resources, and provides advanced computational modelling, scenario simulations, and monitoring solutions to improve our clients' adaptation to a changing world.
Edgeir Vårdal Aksnes – Førde
Digital consumer energy service and software that enables consumers to buy, control, save and share their energy resources without the need of a third party.
Gary Meehan – Oslo
QiCode has developed a solution that can track appliances and machines from manufacturing to sales to infield operations and service.
Stian Hauge - Telemark
SYNQ is a video API for developers. The API offers everything needed to deploy and maintain video services, including storage, transcoding and content delivery with multi-CDN.
Kimberly Larsen – Bergen
Time To Riot is a smart hiring platform, using data driven machine learning to solve the frequent hiring needs for the project driven entertainment industry.
Lars Flesland – Trondheim
A smartphone stabilizer that makes it easier to record smooth video with your phone, track the main object in the shoot, and take better panorama shots.