Fredrik Östlin, CEO of off2off:
Why have you been chosen do you think?
– Because we focus on all sustainability, environmental, economic and social issues. And we show results that no-one in the public sector has shown.
What does it mean to you as a company to participate?
“It will be a power collection to take the next step, we expect to meet the right people who can help us on the journey we want to do.
What are you hoping for?
– Collaboration, whether it be with business angels, entrepreneurs or customers. Then it’s a good way to see and get contacts as we do not have the same conditions to get local.
Growth Agency’s initiative Startup-Sweden provides fast-growing smaller digital companies from all over Sweden accessing the startup scene in Stockholm. During an intensive week, the companies expand their network with other companies, financiers and potential partners. They may also develop their business development skills. Startups change industries and face new challenges. This year’s third boot camp is aimed at digital startups with durability as a business concept. Or, in other words, startups that solve social and environmental challenges in society through digital services or products – thus contributing to sustainable development.
In addition to off2off, the following companies participate:
EIMS 2C, Kumla, allows visitors to gather and share brochures and catalogs in electronic format.
Mobilsamling Sverige AB, Växjö, offers an app for co-operation with a focus on the countryside.
Twoact AB, Varberg, offers an app that provides “help with self-help” to people who abuse or have behavioral problems, for example linked to mental health.
Non-Violence Education International AB, Stockholm, has developed an app to counter bullying, violence and other problems affecting young people.
AddTruly AB, Gothenburg, has created a digital platform for companies that want to take social responsibility by supporting grassroots organizations.
Cake 0 emission AB, Ekerö, has developed an electric motorbike to accelerate the journey towards a society without carbon dioxide emissions.
Rockan Data Center AB, Spånga, is building energy-efficient data centers in old military facilities to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Read more on the Swedish Agency for Growth Agency here.