Scale up your Start-Up

Be part of the Nordics’ largest arena for Smart City entrepreneurs, decision-makers, funders & solution providers.

Start-ups have a special place at Nordic Edge Expo: in collaboration with Sparebank 1 SR-Bank we have a unique Start-up Village. Here brave entrepreneurs can book a booth that just might catapult the project into the level through meeting the right investors, potential buyers, as well as competing for membership in the European Morgenstadt network.

Investing a booth in the Start-up village will get you:

  • ‍One free ticket to the conference
  • Your own mini booth with a table, chairs and WIFI
  • Access to the Pitch Arena in the Start-up Village where exhibitors have first priority
  • Targeted marketing towards investors to attract business angels, venture funds and incubators

About Nordic Edge Expo:

Nordic Edge is the largest Smart City conference and expo in the Nordics. This year we are expecting 5000 visitors from more than 30 countries whilst we host over 150 speakers
and 300 exhibitors. It is the perfect place to meet both decision makers from public sector as well as investors, business leaders & potential collaborators.

Get in on all the action, today!

If you want to exhibit at the Start-up Village to show the very best of what you have to offer or put your business idea on stage in front of investors and potential buyers, then get in touch with our Chief Marketing Officer, Bjarne Uldal.

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