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19 Sep 2017 10:09 (GMT+1)

OceanHub To Take The Stage At Oslo Innovation Week

Event Focuses On The UN's Sustainable Development Goals



OceanHub has been selected to present at the 12th annual Oslo Innovation Week, joining the top startups in Norway to make their business case to an expert panel of judges.


The 100 Pitches Entry Round Program takes place on September 26 and features 100 of the most promising and talented Nordic startups.


The 100 Pitches event is held at VippaOslo, with OceanHub taking the stage at 14.00. The winners of the entry round advance to the finals at DNB NXT on September 28. OceanHub will be representing MESH, the Nordic Creators Community.


The judges who will hear, ask questions and decide the fate of the startups at the finals include Tech Crunch Editor-At-Large Mike Butch, Emily Chiu of 500 Startups and Startup Lab Partner Rolf Assev.


The programs are one of  50 events organized by Oslo Innovation Week, which takes place September 25 - 29 and brings together entrepreneurs and innovators along with technology-minded people. This year, the goal is to present “real business solutions” to the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.


OceanHub is the Ocean Space knowledge community, providing a digital platform that connects the diverse Ocean Space ecosystem, giving its members multiple opportunities to post, engage and connect with each other in a cutting edge platform and APP. You can join OceanHub for free.


Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, with the Oslo Business Region serving as this year’s project manager. In 2016, OIW attracted more than 10,000 people to the capital of Norway.


Tickets to the 100 Pitches Entry Round Program are now available. Entry to DNB NXT is set aside for pre-registered and invited guests. 

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