Through our events, we develop arenas, networks and tools to support startups, to successfully launch and grow their business ideas, initiate experiments, putting focus on smart city solutions, and support and promote the cultural entrepreneurs, festivals and institutions of Oslo. Here’s what we have done so far!
On Monday 19 March, we joined our friends at Pådriv at “Fremtidens kommuner” in a workshop about Hovinbyen, one of the most important development areas in Oslo when we speak about smart city development initiatives. The topic for the gathering was sustainable local societies – from intention to action, and the UN sustainability goals were […][ Read more ]
Oslo Poster Fest was a 3 day sales exhibition 1-3 march, during by:Larm at Doga, where we celebrated and showcased Oslo designers and music. We were inspired by the American Flatstock concept and added some elements. «Oslo Poster Fest visualized the artists who create visual connections to music and events. (…) But the poster remains an underestimated art expression. This is what Oslo Poster […][ Read more ]
Event tech: make smarter events was held 2 March at 15:00–15:45, at Dansen Hus, Vulkan, as a part of by:Larm. Moderator: Lauga Oskarsdottir, Head of the Lab, STARTUPLAB Fireside chat with: – Wasim Rashid, Head of Product, Platform and Data Insights, Telia Norge – Johan Høgåsen-Hallesby, CTO, Urban Infrastructure Partner – Peer Osmundsvaag, Atomic Soul – Silje Halstensen aka Bendik The session taught us […][ Read more ]
“We’re always on the look out for new style inspo, and while we know Scandinavia is the go-to for sleek homeware, snowy climates and effortlessly chic fashion, we didn’t realise Oslo in Norway would become our new no.1 style destination. Until we visited the capital, that is.» – LOOK UK. Sunday 28th of January we […][ Read more ]
It was a full house as investors, bankers, and fintech startups gathered to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the newly implemented PSD2 regulations at the first Oslo Startup Day of 2018. The PSD2 regulations took effect January 13th and requires financial institutions to provide access to account and payment information through open APIs. Nothing […][ Read more ]