What is a fika and why are startups successful in Stockholm?

In our next podcast on #innovation, #technology and #digitaltransformation Frank Wammes (www.twitter.com/fwammes) and myself are talking about the startup scene in Stockholm and innovation. As our very special guest Inanna Lallerstedt from Nodified (www.linkedin.com/company/nodified/ ) joins the conversation to share her first hand experience. Nodified is an early-stage startup, that enables communication without requiring cellphone reception or the use of Wi-Fi, offering a seamless solution to large organisations suffering from congested cellular networks or deficient telecom infrastructure.

One of the concepts we talked about is Swedish fika, a major reason why Swedes and its companies are successful… Or is it something else? Listen in and we might give you some new thoughts on the subject.

And of course, also talking about innovation and the opening of the Applied Innovation Exchange in Stockholm on the 12th of April 2018. I’m excited! More on this will I share soon.

I hope you enjoy the episode and I would be really happy if You comment back to me with your comments, suggestions or your own experiences on the discussed subjects.

Listen to my latest podcast on digital culture, innovation and change

This week Frank Wammes (CTO Continental Europe @ Capgemini) and I recorded a podcast on Digital Culture, Digital Transformation and Innovation. Towards the end we also discussed the opening of the Applied Innovation Exchange in Stockholm that soon takes place. Very exciting news!

You can of course find it on SoundCloud or iTunes, but now I’ve also added a podcast page here on this blog. The page is dedicated to my latest appearances in podcasts on technology, innovation and related subjects. I will record more like these later and of course you be the first to know.

I hope that you find the podcast valuable. Please let me know what you think with a comment below and please share it if you liked it.