The Swedish Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to, together with Mindler, welcoming you to an inspiring session about mental health at the workplace post Covid-19. As restrictions are being lifted, employers are now challenged with a stressed and tired workforce on one hand and discovering new ways of working on the other.
At this event Johannes Hatem, Co-Founder of Mindler and Clinical Psychologist, will provide us with insights about these subjects:
Why is mental health so important?
How do your employees cope with the changing environment?
How do you create mental health awareness in your workforce?
What tools can you give your employees as an employer?
Moderator for the session will be Timo Spijkers, Business Development Manager Mindler the Netherlands.
After the session, the Mindler team will be pleased to invite you for some drinks and bites.
This is a free event, registration however is compulsory, see event link.
What are the possibilities and challenges for women tech entrepreneurs in this time of pandemic and a booming demand for tech solutions and a growing tech industry? What impact does it have on women tech entrepreneurs? How do we create diverse workplaces where women are free to fulfill their professional potential and have the equal access to resources, knowledge and networks as men?
Today, women are still challenged in their pursuit and progression within the tech sector. We understand the importance of gender equality and diversity, but how could you implement policies promoting it at your company? What is it about a company that makes it uninviting for women to apply? Why are tech women still under-represented at most companies? It doesn’t make any sense because obviously there is no difference in skills or competence. They’re out there, but how can you get them into your organization?
In this webinar we bring together experts and women leaders in the tech community for an inspiring session about diversity, inclusion, inspiration and disruption. Welcome to join!
Dr Cara Antoine, Managing Director Digital Transformation, IG&H | Global Women in Tech, The Netherlands“Where are all the Allies and Role Models needed to encourage more women into Tech?”
Ariane Bucquet-Pousette, Project Manager Start-Ups Invest Stockholm “Female-founded startups and the initiative A Woman’s Place as well as actions for supporting startups in the corona pandemic.”
Ruth de Jager, Country Manager Netherlands Storytel “Storytel is successfully digitising the listening and reading experience for a younger generation. Especially young women use Storytel on a daily basis. A diverse workforce and management team is of the essence staying close to our subscribers.”
Indra Sharma, Author, Investor I will share knowledge on key parameters needed to become a successful entrepreneur and what obstacles women entrepreneurs face. Also, share views on why diversity within entrepreneurship is essential for equality across industries, sectors and society.”
Moderator: Rens Goudsmit, Moderator, Head of TK Tech & Attorney at law, TeekensKarstens advocaten notarissen
Join the Swedish Chamber Executive Round Table discussion featuring Bas Dubois (Managing Director Benelux Volvo Bus) and Eugene Grüter (CEO Sweco Netherlands) on Urban Insights and Mobility.
When: Tuesday June 15 What time: 14.00 – 15.00
More than 70 percent of people in European cities breathe dangerous air, according to the European Environment Agency and 1 million deaths occur annually due to physical inactivity in Europe, states the World Health Organisation. The key to a healthier, more productive, greener and less polluted city could be a new planning and design strategy based on the idea of shared speed in urban space.
The pandemic has given us new perspectives and revealed the flaws in street space distribution and public space as it disrupted people’s travel behavior, compelling us to work from home, move shorter distances, and explore the city on a more local scale.
At the same time, about 70 percent of the global population – an astonishing 7 billion people – are expected to live in cities by 2050. With air pollution causing damage to human health and ecosystems, large parts of the population will not live in a healthy environment.
Eugene Grüter Grüter will share the outcome of the new Urban Insight report where Sweco envisions proximity, density, and shared speed as paths for transforming streets into incubators for health and well-being. “A core strategy of streets as health incubators entails treating the city’s various modes of transportation, from driving to walking, as more equal, a planning and design strategy that we call shared speed,” says David Lindelöw, transport planner at SWECO in Gothenburg, Sweden, and one of the report’s authors.
Bas Dubois Dubois (Managing Director Benelux at Volvo Bus): "Just imagine a city with zero emission vehicles only; clean and silent. Since almost two decades Volvo buses is developing electromobility products and services for cities and in this presentation and Bas Dubois will take you on the journey Volvo buses has made and share the insights and experiences gained.”
Making the right investments and introducing the right technology is of the essence for any companies trying to stay innovative. With the ever-increasing ways of investing in technology and innovations, there is a larger need for companies to strategize their use of capital. How can this be done to boost growth and competitiveness?
When: Tuesday, June 8th What time: 10.00 - 11.30
A new report by Danske Bank shows that venture funds are considerably more impact-focused in the Nordics than in other regions. Simultaneously, in an article by Bloomberg is to read that Stockholm has bred more tech unicorns per capita than any other region in the world outside Silicon Valley. What’s the secret?
In this webinar we bring together experts and stakeholders to explore the dynamic evolvements in Venture Capital, Technology and the various ways companies can become investment ready or boost their innovation through tech investments. An important aspect for discussion purposes is to boost equality in VC and the diversity of funding by achieving better access to Venture Capital for female founders.
Explore how to attract, retain and manage tech talents
With the acceleration in digital, the demands on technology — for speed, flexibility, reliability, security, and value — have radically increased. For company leaders reviewing how to transform their organizations, one tricky question is emerging: Where do I find the people to do all the work? Companies have to hire the best, but that won’t be enough. They’ll also need to rethink how they reskill and upskill their people. People are the most important factor for a company’s growth, especially in its early stages of development. How to find the right people and how to get a better understanding on how to create great teams?
SPEAKERS LINE UP: Dr. Cara Antoine, Managing Director Digital Transformation at IG&H Bernie van Leeuwen, Managing Director SKF Netherlands Rik Zuidmeer, Partner and member of the International Leadership Team of Mercuri Urval Jeffrey Kenens, Partner TK Moderator: Rens Goudsmit, Head of TK Tech & Attorney at law
For more information and to sign up for this webinar please follow the link.
3rd WEBINAR 30 September 2020 | 15:00 – 16:30 WE KNOW NOW.| Awareness raising
We don’t know what we don’t know. Is this however something we can still claim about the secrets of fashion business? We should wear our values – clothes that are sustainably and ethically made, providing also those who make them a decent living. Quality over quantity. Fashion can be used as a voice of CHANGE. What do you stand for?
Raising transparency, campaigning, social justice, spotlighting solutions and bright ideas The environmental impact of fashion Social impact of fashion – Sweatshops #whomademyclothes #payup Company values and importance of purpose Role of campaigns and advertising – using fashion as a force for good