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KTH Innovation Collide

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Welcome to KTH Innovation Collide, an evening for everyone interested in innovation and impact! Hear from startups, get to know new people, and enjoy snacks and drinks.

Tid: Ti 2023-09-12 kl 17.00 - 19.00

Plats: Teknikringen 1

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Collide with us 

Kick off the semester at KTH Innovation Collide, this time with focus on impact!

Meet some of the latest startups from KTH and get the chance to be the first to try their solutions. Join a startup or find a co-founder for your own idea. If you're affiliated with KTH, grasp the opportunity to talk to one of KTH Innovation's coaches about your idea or research. Drinks, snacks and networking!

Impact in focus

This KTH Innovation Collide is part of Stockholm Impact Week . Stockholm Impact Week is an annual Summit hosted by Norrsken and the City of Stockholm, dedicated to defining the critical issues of our time and enabling solutions to them.

At KTH Innovation Collide, you will meet impact startups from KTH tackling global challenges. Did you know over 75% of the teams we support have the ambition of contributing to sustainable development?

Everyone is welcome

This event is open to everyone, no matter if you dream of founding something in the future, already have a startup, belong to the ecosystem, or just want to meet interesting people.

Talks, demos and matchmaking

The night will feature inspirational meetings with founders, demos from startups, and matchmaking for aspiring entrepreneurs. The bar will be stocked with non-alcoholic beer and snacks.  

See you there!

Om KTH Innovation Collide

Med Collide öppnar vi dörrarna till innovation på KTH. Vi vill samla studenter och forskare från olika universitet, yrkesverksamma från innovationsekosystemet, grundare och skapare i en öppen och kreativ miljö. Collide är öppet för alla – kom som du är!

KTH Innovation Collide är inspirerat av Imperial Enterprise Lab's Community Collider  vid Imperial College London.