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Vetenskapsfestivalen Gothenburg, Sweden, 2020
With hundreds of activities and on average 60,000 visits every year The International Science Festival in Gothenburg is one of Europe’s leading popular science events and the only one of its kind in Sweden. The festival consists of three programs: for schools, for the general public and two conferences one for teachers and one focused on science communication.
This year it became a hybrid festival, a lot of the festival was digital with a few physical activities.
WIN WIN Award Ceremony
Gothenburg, Sweden, 2020
This years award ceremony took place at the Auktionsverket Kulturarena in Gothenburg, following the current restrictions with a maximum of 50 participants.
In addition to the physical ceremony, we created a virtual award ceremony in the event platform Hopin, where participants could watch the live-streamed award ceremony and network with each other in one-on-one meetings.
CS3 Stockholm, Sweden, 2020
CS3STHLM – the Stockholm international summit on Cyber Security in SCADA and Industrial Control Systems – is an annual summit that gather the most important stakeholders across critical processes and industries. CS3STHLM has been organized since 2014, and has quickly become the premier ICS Security Summit in Northern Europe!
A warm, friendly and wide-ranging festival founded in 1985. Right in the heart of Sweden’s third biggest city you can experience everything from ground breaking art, music and culture to a variety of food that reflects the intercultural vibes and people of Malmö.
With 1,4 million visits every year they’re the largest city festival in Northern Europe. Everyone is welcome and almost everything is completely free!
The Malmö Festival is held by the Municipality of Malmö.
Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award Stockholm, Sweden, 2009–ongoing
Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award Week in May is the high point of the year! The laureate travels to Sweden to visit schools and libraries, address the public, and meet with both readers and journalists. The week concludes in pomp and state with the official acceptance of the award by the laureate in a ceremony at Stockholm Concert Hall. The Swedish Minister for Culture and Democracy, the Crown Princess Victoria, and hundreds of invited guests attend the ceremony to honor the laureate and children’s literature.