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THINGS Corporate Innovation Co-pilots exist to support corporate innovation leaders in developing their capabilities to navigate the digital transformation. Our Co-pilots help navigate or give a second opinion on ideas, plans and execution regarding anything from: incubators, accelerators, corporate investments, innovation challenges, hackathons, recruitment, collaboration between small and large companies and bespoke services. We are happy to […]

Together with our ever-growing B2B and industry focused community, THINGS celebrated our 4 year anniversary and collaborative efforts to realise THINGS vision: ”Transform innovation in small companies into large-scale value creation through collaboration with corporates.” A not to be missed annual invite-only event, the 4 year anniversary was, as always, an inspiring networking evening with […]

THINGS Wall of Fame Fireside Chat

THINGS is a coworking place with a hardware, B2B and industrial focus. Founded in 2015, it is a space where startups and industry meet. THINGS Wall of Fame award is presented each year to an exceptional individual who has built a successful business empire based on pioneering innovative hardware technology. We had the pleasure of meeting three of our hardware heroes during a fireside chat in October 2018 […]

Ingrid Cloud is now the commercial name for the engineering simulation tool developed by researches that are based here at Things Stockholm. Former Adaptive Simulation, is one of many examples that growth usually comes together with rebranding. “The process of naming was, at first, intuitive. We developed an adaptive algorithm for flow […]

Ignite Sweden celebrating 1000 meetings

Ignite Sweden can already showcase several successful collaborations such as Alfa Laval and Ekkono. A recent addition to it’s successes is an AI-powered energy case between Stockholm Exergi (formerly Fortum Värme) and Sentian.ai. In conjunction with the Nordic Clean Energy Week, Ignite Sweden brought together 13 corporates and 51 startups at the MINC incubator in Malmö last week. It also coincided […]