Jeanette Tharaldsen met Preben Songe-Møller from Skyfall Venture to talk about welfare technology that is currently being developed. Tharaldsen heads the company Aiveao, which develops smart software and helps people with dementia by using artificial intelligence to interpret the needs and signs of pain in people with cognitive impairment.
- "This was an incredible learning experience! I got valuable feedback and new relationships," she said.
Vivian Wam Fjell, founder of the company Vivid-Edtech, also met with various investors. The entrepreneurial company from Kristiansand is developing new solutions for digital meetings.
- "I gained insight into how investors think, so it was inspiring. Being part of the speed date is a great opportunity to meet local and national investors and I have already arranged another meeting with one of the investors at the event," she said.
Among others, she met Kristine Gumpen, from Gumpen Invest.
- "It was great fun to get to know exciting local companies with business ideas that use technology to solve problems in a sustainable way," Gumpen concluded.