Scaling Nordics to Asia: Nordic Innovation House Info Webinar

09:00 - 10:00
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Welcome to the third joint Nordic Innovation House (NIH) Info Webinar, hosted by the Nordic Innovation Houses in Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, 24 February 09:00 CET.

You will get recent updates from the respective Houses, information about upcoming programs and activities for 2021, and learn more about how they can assist Nordic startups, scaleups and growth companies to hit the ground running at these Asian locations. There will also be a Q&A.


09:00Welcome words & housekeeping
09:05Nordic Innovation House Singapore
09:20Nordic Innovation House Tokyo
09:35Nordic Innovation House Hong Kong
09:50Q & A
10:00End of event

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For further inquiries, please contact:

Sami Jääskeläinen, Community Director
Nordic Innovation House Singapore

Binh Johansson, Community Director
Nordic Innovation House Hong Kong

Niklas Karvonen, Community Director
Nordic Innovation House Tokyo

Nordic Innovation Houses

The Nordic Innovation Houses are co-funded by Nordic Innovation and the Nordic government agencies responsible for business growth within their respective countries. There are currently four Nordic Innovation Houses around the world.

The Houses give Nordic companies, from startups to corporations, a head start in the most relevant global innovation hubs. By offering a strong community, connections to the local ecosystem, and programs for acceleration, they support companies hit the ground running.

Learn more about the Nordic Innovation Houses


Portrait Mikael von Dorrien

Mikael von Dorrien

Senior Innovation Adviser
Mikael has long experience working within the field of hightech startups. With a background from Swedish Almi Invest, he has in depth knowledge of the startup investor market. Since 2014 Mikael has worked at Nordic Innovation with entrepreneurship, Nordic Innovation Houses and now the Nordic Smart Mobility and Connectivity program.

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