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In her session she will talk about how the quest for a sustainable world is not only a challenge, but it is also a huge opportunity to create better things. When sustainability and exponential technology converge, new ideas and business models emerge.
Rebecka Carlsson was educated at Singularity University in Silicon Valley. For three months, she lived at NASA with 90 entrepreneurs and researchers from 47 countries and was trained in how exponential technologies like AI, VR and blockchain can be used to create scalable solutions for today's global challenges.
Today, Rebecka Carlsson is the founder and CEO of the Heureka Ventures business agency, which helps sustainability startups to scale and help established companies develop sustainable business models.
Due to the global pandemic three years of digital transformation instead happened in three weeks. This might be very exciting from a business perspective. But what about the human perspective? Normally, human behaviour changes gradually and slowly. So, what are the psychological effects of the rapid change in use of technology? What changes can we expect to be permanent? And which ones are only temporary?
Thimon de Jong is an expert in the strategic business impact of future human behavior and societal change.
With experience from working at e.g. Doberman, Spotify, GitHub and Mojang (Minecraft), Tobias has collected a ton of anecdotes and stories that exemplify his advice, and he use data from the industry, psychology, and behavioral economics to verify them.
Modern businesses need to be sustainable environmentally, socially and economically. That is exactly what Karma aims to be. The fast-growing startup wants to eliminate food waste while still making a profit.
Karma now has 60 employees globally, who have the collective goal to lead the way to a truly circular economy and ultimately solve global food waste. Serial entrepreneur Elsa Bernadotte shares her key learnings around growth, impact and circular business models.