Nordic Edtech Award highlights the best Nordic educational technology innovations which reflect the Nordic values:
EQUALITY, TRUST, HAPPINESS AND PUTTING THE HUMAN BEING AT THE CENTRE OF THE DEVELOPMENT.
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from Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland
Awards held in
at The Edtech Day during OIW 26.09. in Oslo
10 000 € investment and
a place in xEdu Spring 2019 program.
Announcing the finalists
Final Pitches & Award ceremony at XcitED
Lexplore supports Nordic values globally through their service for discovering dyslexia in fast and effective way.
10 000 € investment
Place in xEdu Spring 2019 Program
MEMBERS OF THE JURY
Founder, Kahoot!, Captain, E/One. Partner, We Are Human
Johan is a co-founder of Kahoot!, one of the world’s fastest growing learning brands, used by millions each day in over 180 countries. Under his leadership Kahoot! grew to a cultural phenomena that capture 40 per cent of US K12 classrooms each month and millions of business users.
Photo: Oslo Innovation Week/Gorm K. Gaare
Marie Claire Maxwell
Head of Tech and Start-Up Lead, Asia Pacific, Business Sweden
Marie was Senior Consultant at Cloudberry Communications back in 2014 and served as a Member of the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in Sweden. As a Mentor at SUP46 (Start-Up People of Sweden) Marie has guided multiple startups since her involvement with several start-ups in China ranged from business development to sales and account management.
CEO Icelandic Startups
Being the CEO of Icelandic Startups, Salome has been fostering the Icelandic startup ecosystem by supporting entrepreneurs and startups accelerating their ideas and leading startup hubs abroad. In 2016 Salome was selected among the 100 most influential people within the Nordic startup scene by the Nordic Web.
Author and illustrator of Hello Ruby , Founder of Rails Girls
Linda is the author and illustrator of Hello Ruby, a children’s picture book about the whimsical world of computers translated to over 22 languages, as well as the founder of Rails Girls, a global movement to teach young women programming in over 270 cities. Currently she is a TED Resident in New York.
Founder and Executive Vice President, Unity Technologies
David served as CEO of Unity Technologies since co-founding it in 2003 and until October 2014, with an unflinching vision to democratize game development, and to develop technology and business models for the next phase of the games industry.