Welcome to Legal Clinic 2019! (Exclusive for members from the CV-portfolio)
This is an offer to all our startups in our programs. We are really excited and
believe this will be a great offer to you.
This day is free of charge through the partnership with our great knowledge partners in Legal Clinic;
Delphi, Nordia, Glimstedt and Fondia.
· 14:30-15:00: Starting up + Fika
· 15:00-15:30: Delphi seminar: GDPR + Q&A
· 15:30-16:00: Nordia seminar: Shareholders agreements + Q&A
· 16:00-16:15: Break + snacks
· 16:15-16:45: Glimstedt seminar: Trade secrets + Q&A
· 16:45-17:15: Fondia seminar: Incentive programs for staff + Q&Q
· 17:15-17:30: Break
· 17:30-18:30: Bookable one-on-one meetings with our partners to receive answers on your legal matters.
· Mingle and snacks.
Read more and book an extra 15 min dedicated slot with one of our partners below.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT. (CV- portfolio only)
"Är du tjej och funderar över hur det är att studera Industriell Ekonomi på Chalmers?
Varmt välkommen till tjejkväll hos oss!
Kl. 18-21 den 25 februari
Veras Gräsmatta Chalmers, Göteborg
Anmäl dig senast 18 februari
Anmälan hittar du här och det är begränsat antal platser så först till kvarn gäller: https://goo.gl/forms/7AtYriiI2di3s3Rr1
Kvällen kommer starta med en paneldiskussion där kvinnliga studenter och alumner pratar om vad det innebär att vara tjej och läsa Industriell Ekonomi på Chalmers. Därefter bjuds det på middag där du kommer få chans att mingla med ytterligare kvinnliga studenter som kan svara på dina frågor. En av dessa studenter kommer dessutom vara din mentor som du har en personlig kontakt med före, under och efter eventet.
/Rekryteringsgruppen, Industriell Ekonomi Chalmers, i samarbete med LIKA.”
Starting and growing a software company from scratch with just your own money (or your parent’s)! - Gerhard Guron & Fredrik Einarsson
Are you thinking of becoming an Entrepreneur? Is it possible to start and grow a great software company without any external capital? And if so, how do you do it? And what are the reasons you should considering it?
Founder of Ongoing Warehouse, Gerhard Guron talks about this and how he and Henrik Ekman started Ongoing Warehouse ten years ago. Fredrik Einarsson who graduated from Chalmers four years ago will also take part and speak about his role as CEO for Ongoing Warehouse and his thoughts about continuing the journey forward.
If you believe that people are key to build high performance teams, and curious to know more about how to release our full human potential, you should invest time and come to this Brown Bag Lunch.
Tor Eneroth will give you the basic understanding and some tools for how to visualize the intangible human dynamics at play in a team (their culture) and the key components for how to grow successful team cultures. You will get tips on how to work with both yourself and the team you lead or are part of.
Tor will specifically talk about what he believes you need to think of in small, agile, fast moving, innovative and entrepreneurial teams.
What if we acknowledged that nature has a legal right not to be polluted, undermined and destroyed?
Human activities threaten biodiversity to the extent that we are currently witnessing the sixth mass extinction of species. It is clear that environmental regulation, based on anthropocentric arguments, fails in its efforts to protect the natural environment. In this seminar, we highlight a global movement that promotes the idea that nature has intrinsic value and discuss what role the rights of nature play in sustainability transitions.
Date and time: March 6th, 12.00-13.00
Venue: Veras Gräsmatta
Keynote speaker: Pella Thiel, Rights of Nature Sweden
Den 7-10 mars 2019 arrangeras den internationella konferensen "AR+ Transformations Gathering", på Veras Gräsmatta, i ett samarbete mellan Centre For Healthcare Improvement vid Chalmers, och det globala nätverket AR+.
Här kan du läsa mer om konferensen (text på engelska):
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and upon reaction with oxygen it produces loads of energy and only water as the byproduct. Sounds almost too good to be true in times where alternative energy systems are more important than ever?!
“This class is not for you” - Does the way we talk about entrepreneurship have gendered consequences?
This seminar focuses on the language used to promote entrepreneurship education and its potentially damaging effects. It considers the historical development of language used to describe and promote entrepreneurship, and how students respond to the language used in entrepreneurship course descriptions.
Many people say that innovation needs a positive culture to thrive. It’s true, bur the concept of culture is foggy and abstract which makes it hard to know how to change it.
Leif Denti, who is a reasearcher and PhD in Psychology at Göteborg University, will during this talk take the word culture down to earth and show a hands-on method to understand what it is all about.
What if we moved savings and shifted investments from fossil energy assets?
Climate change calls for an immediate and immense transformation of the global energy system. But vested interests successfully resist change and maintain power and privilege – for example, fossil energy subsidies widely exceed investments in renewable energy, and many national economies are closely linked to fossil fuel interests. Sustainability transitions may accordingly require actions and policies that aim to dismantle existing industrial structures. In this seminar, we explore divestment from fossil energy assets as a tool for sustainable change and discuss how it can be used in different societal contexts.
Date and time: April 4th, 12.00-13.00
Venue: Veras Gräsmatta
Keynote speaker: Olivia Linander, Fossil Free Sweden
What if we took democracy seriously?
Environmental problems are deeply intertwined with social conflict and poverty. As climate change and resource depletion put increasing pressures on society, more and more people will be forced to migrate in search for means of survival. At the same time, global collaboration, solidarity and democracy is threatened by the rise of right-wing nationalism – refugees are treated as problems, when they are nothing but human beings that flee problems. In this seminar, we highlight the interdependence of (re)democratization and sustainability transitions, and discuss how a democratic perspective can support efforts to promote sustainable change.
Date and time: May 6th, 12.00-13.00
Venue: Veras Gräsmatta
Keynote speaker: Shora Esmailian, Journalist and activitist
During this talk Hans Björkman will share his experiences from many years of work as a consultant and researcher in open innovation settings. The importance of trust will be discussed, followed by some practical advice and tools related to trust creation. The workshop aims at contributing to practical learning for people involved in many kinds of innovative and entrepreneurial activities.
Ø THIS IS AN EVENT EXCLUSIVELY FOR CHALMERS VENTURES PORTFOLIO COMPANIES AND THE VENTURE CREATION TRACK AT CHALMERS SCHOOL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Ø IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU: SIGN UP HERE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/utbildningsdag-med-maktsalongen-tickets-55021048437?aff=ebapi
We are extremely happy to be able to invite all in the CV portfolio to a half-day with Maktsalongen - dedicated to educating ourselves in how to practice inclusionary leadership, create inclusionary business and communicate our business in a non-exclusionary way.
The event will entail seminars and workshops hosted by the phenomenal organization Maktsalongen.
This is a way to get free access to knowledge and practices that are truly important when working within a team, and when engaging as a business with the outside world.
Everyone from Chalmers ventures with no prior engagements will attend, and we strongly encourage you all to join us.
So, why equality?
It is the year 2019, and there seems to be a growing consensus that equality is an important practice to live by. Both as professional organizations and as citizens.
The roar of the #metoo movement made perfectly clear that we all have an absolute obligation to help resolve the issues that have been brought to light. And things are changing; 2018 was the first year ever that an increase in female representation in management groups at listed companies could be reported. We also saw an increase of 65% when it comes to female CEO's. However, the increase of representations in management groups have only gone from 21% to 23%, and the gender-ratio of CEO's is still 90-10 male-female. We clearly have more things to do but truly believe that we all can be part of the change.
As entrepreneurs running startups in different phases, on different markets, and in different fields, you are all able to be part of changing equality for the better. As we see it - you are the builders of our future. We know that innovators and entrepreneurs are main driving forces that help shape what our future will look like. Just look at what is currently going on in some of our startups:
· More people will have access to solar-powered electricity
· People from different social backgrounds will be able to invest in the stock market
· More people will have clean air to breath and clean water to drink
· More people will be able to communicate more effectively cross languages
So let us all make sure that the coming years will see a change for the better. We can do this together.
As part of meeting this challenge of equality, we at Chalmers Ventures have made an Equality Strategy. During 2019 we will have a special focus on the areas of communication, recruitment, and competence regarding equality. As part of this, we are excited to announce that Maktsalongen will come to Chalmers Ventures. Make sure to register for the event!
Evening: “Case Night with Jeppesen: Can you outsmart an optimizer?”
The problems we solve at Jeppesen are complex; how complex? Imagine that you would have to go through billions of combinations and decide which ones do actually solve your problem, are legal plus make sense from a cost perspective. Not convinced yet? Join us for our case-night, work in teams with other students and try to come up with the optimal solution to a classic airline problem that our tools are facing daily! You will also get the chance to talk to graduates that started working at Jeppesen recently, managers and optimization experts and get a better idea of how it is to work at Jeppesen.
Looking forward to welcome you all!
Limited to 50 participants and food will be provided.
Are you ready to bring your research out of the lab and into the economy?
BioInnovation Institute (Bll), a newly launched innvovation initiative, is visiting the Chalmers University in January to meet Life science researchers and entrepreneurs. At the meeting, you can hear more about what Bll offers in the terms of funding, mentors and experts and global outreach and much more in the Bll Creation House incubator program.
Sign up by email to Chalmers.email@example.com
For more info Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You should attend the meetup if:
You have an idea – but are looking for team members
You want to join a project or a team
You are thinking about applying for the camp
You have already applied to the camp, and want to meet other aspiring entrepreneurs
You don’t have an idea, or a team, but ambition to find both
Date And Time
Wed, January 30, 2019
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM CET
Vera Sandbergs Allé 8 Göteborg
Want to learn more about Startup Camp?
You can find a bunch of information about Startup Camp here, such as program setup, previous case projects and how to apply.
Den 30 januari välkomnar vi det nya året med en träff inom nätverket för Socialt hållbar transport-planering. Dagens tema är organisation, styrning och processer. Frågeställningar som kommer att beröras är:
Hur organiserar vi oss och hur styr vi mot en socialt hållbar transportplanering?
Hur kan social hållbarhet integreras i transportplaneringsprocesser?
Vilka hinder, fallgropar och framgångsfaktorer finns?
Under träffen tar vi del av inspirationsföreläsare som ramar in temat. Bland annat kommer Heiti Ernits från RISE och Carola Samuelsson från Borås stad att berätta om innovationsplattformen Borås, en arena som stöttar innovationer inom hållbar stadsutveckling från idé till implementering i Borås.
Därefter ägnas dagen åt en workshop som syftar till att synliggöra den kunskap som finns hos deltagarna och gemensamt bygga kunskap kring temat.
När: onsdag 30 januari klockan 10.00, start för fika 09.30.
Var: Veras Gräsmatta, Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, Göteborg.
10.00-10.15 Introduktion till dagen
11.15-12.15 Workshop start
13.00-14.30 Workshop fortsätter
14.30-15.00 Summering av dagen
Du är välkommen att anmäla dig här
ANMÄL DIG SENAST 23 JANUARI .
VAD ÄR NÄTVERKET SOCIAL HÅLLBAR TRANSPORTPLANERING?
Nätverket välkomnar både praktiker och forskare med intresse för att utveckla fältet social hållbar transport-planering. Nätverkets första mål är att skapa samförståelse mellan planerare på lokal, regional och statlig nivå, och mellan planering och forskning. Med planering menas all samhällsplanering som påverkar människors transporter, dvs. i bred bemärkelse: fysisk, folkhälsa, inom sociala området, miljö, etc. Kompetensen finns inom flera olika områden, tillsammans får vi en bättre helhetsförståelse.
Det andra målet är att nätverket bidrar till ny kunskap genom att skapa förutsättningar för att formulera och utveckla forsknings- och utvecklingsprojekt som är aktuella och relevanta för både planering och forskning.
Nätverket är öppet och träffas ca tre gånger per år i olika städer i Sverige.
email@example.com Göteborgsregionen GR
Ana Gil Solá Avdelningen för Kulturgeografi vid Göteborgs universitet.
Greek philosopher Sokrates said: ”The unexamined life is not worth living”, was accused of blasphemy and of corrupting the minds of the innocent. He was sentenced to death.
The way I see it, we are born as Prima Materia, original and raw matter of creation containing complete potential. Examining yourself is the most advanced form of creativity.
Josefin Lassbo is a price awarded designer, entrepreneur and innovation feedback-giver. She has founded five values based companies. She is also a business mentor and expert on integrated leadership and branding.
Sustainable Development -
what do we learn from 25 years of pioneering?
Mistra Urban Futures invites researchers, students and practitioners engaged with sustainable development themes within their departments. The Urban Lecture will focus on where we began 25 years ago, and what we have achieved until today.
Our invited guests are Salvatore Lorusso, professor emeritus from the University of Bologna, and Jan Rosvall, professor emeritus University of Gothenburg and Chalmers. Together with some of their former PhDs, we will learn about the context and preconditions for sustainable awareness and advancements at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg 25 years ago. Professor Lorusso will contribute with the perspective of co-researching with the Swedish universities, but with the reference from the EU and Italy more specifically.
The seminar will be moderated by Ylva Norén Bretzer, University of Gothenburg and Mistra Urban Futures.
Mistra Urban Futures, Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, Gothenburg.
Date: 25 January.
Time: 14:00-16:00 Seminar and mingle.
Researchers, students and practitioners interested in how university institutions have adapted to the sustainability challenges.
Please register in this link on the 22 January at the latest.
Mistra Urban Futures in collaboration with GMV, University of Gothenburg.
For questions, please contact Ylva.Noren-Bretzer@spa.gu.se for further information.
Entrepreneurship.By Chalmers. is Chalmers’ drive to make Chalmers a leading entrepreneurial University.
Chalmers has through the years produced many different high level activities within research, education, investments and incubation that strengthens entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learnings. To gather all initiativs under one concept, Entrepreneurship.By Chalmers. was created.
During this evening Chalmers Ingenjörsförening, CING, will learn more about Chalmers’ stategical work to reach the goal of being the most entrepreneurial University in year 2029.
Per Hulthén is a industrial doctoral student at the department of Technology Management and Economics, division of Entrepreneurship & Strategy and an experienced entrepreneur.
Per will share insights from ongoing research into the end outcome of startups in Sweden, Israel and parts of USA. He will also gve advice to entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders, on what to expect if they are successful enough to reach the endgame.
Swedish Winter Challenge (SWC) is an "African-Swedish co-creation" to be held for the fifth time in Sweden. This day is a networking- and business event with business fair, matchmaking and workshops.
The event is arranged by students from Umnandi, Chalmers School of entrepreneurship and SWCorporation.
Welcome to a forum that brings together different stakeholders from University of Gothenburg and Chalmers, and creates a platform for sharing knowledge and experience around the SDGs. The forum presents a wide range of areas including: GMV´s work and strategic plan with the SDGs, different tools to work with and integrate the SDGs into education/research and also sharing existing exemplary practices across the two universities. The forum invites both students and staff in both universities.
In this talk, Robin Teigland, who recently moved from the Stockholm School of Economics to the Division of Entrepreneurship & Strategy as Professor of Management of Digitalization, will present her research and recent activities as a social entrepreneur. Her talk will focus on Peniche Ocean Watch, a digitally-enabled circular economy project based on seabed marine litter that she is co-leading with the goal of rejuvenating an entrepreneurial mindset in coastal communities.
| Johanneberg Science Park, Chalmers Ventures & GU Ventures
Invite your colleagues and join the celebration of a green and sustainable Christmas together with the #greenUps network!...
You will get to experience a green Christmas buffet, live music and lots of inspiration for a sustainable holiday. Rumor has it that a special guest also will visit us during the night...
During the night we will also announce the winner of the first edition of the annual #greenUps Awards
Nordic HealthTech Talents is a talent development program tailor-made for Nordic Health Tech startups. They travel to one Nordic country each month for leadership and business workshops and to meet with local communities, don't miss the chance to extend your network!