Winner Of The Future Innovation Award In Stockholm In Memory Of Alfred Nobel – SKAPA (Create)

The amazing news just keeps coming.

Yesterday our brilliant team and founder and CEO, Therése Gedda, had the honor of receiving The Future Innovation Award in Stockholm in memory of Alfred Nobel – SKAPA* (Create).

The ceremony was held at The Tessinska Palace, close to The Royal Palace in the heart of Stockholm with the honorable guest, Chris Heister, the governor of Stockholm presenting the award.

The award was presented to us for how we bridge the gap between what science knows and business does with actionable knowledge for companies via mobile learning. With 30minMBA, you can develop your business skills when it fits you.

We will have the honor of representing Stockholm in the national competition coming up in November. We are so grateful.

Another day in our startup journey 🙂 

* The SKAPA Foundation was established in 1985 in memory of Alfred Nobel. It’s Sweden’s largest and most prestigious innovation prize. The foundation is moderated by the Swedish Inventors Association and the Stockholm International Fair in cooperation with VINNOVA, Almi, the Swedish Foundation Agne Johansson’s Memorial Fund and PRV.


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