Theme: Embracing Failure
December 12th, 2013
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About this event
Failure can take many forms and sometimes we have to pay a high price for our mistakes. By looking at what we can learn from failure and how we should approach it, with this event we intend to highlight stories of “failures worth spreading”. So, let’s embrace failure and listen to the dos and don’ts generously shared by the people who have failed – small or big time.
Mona became politically active for SSU at an early age and was elected in 1982, at age 25, into the Swedish parliament. Over the years, she has held positions as Minister of Labor, Member of the Social Democrats’ executive committee and Deputy Prime Minister. In 2007, she was elected as the first ever female party leader for the Swedish Social Democrats and stumbled close to become Sweden’s first female Prime Minister. Nowadays, she works with issues that strongly engage her. Among other things, she is a member of the board of the Expo foundation and Chairman of the Anna Lindh Memorial Fund.
Tor Rauden Källstigen
Tor is a serial entrepreneur with a background ranging from melodramatic techno to North Korean denim jeans. Right now he is living in Berlin where he runs Loopcam, one of the most popular mobile video services in the world. Tor will share with us his personal learnings on how to cope with common obstacles in order to reach your goals.
Johan Ernst Nilson
For 20 years Johan Ernst Nilson has traveled around the globe pushing the limits and exploring what he calls “The True Potential of our Mind and Body”. The adventures have brought him to the summit of Mt. Everest and from the North Pole to the South Pole. Today, Johan is working 50% of his time with charity projects and NGOs, and is mentor and ambassador of organizations like MinStoraDag.
Venue and Details
Summit Grev Ture
Grev Turegatan 30,
Stockholm, 114 38
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- Valentino Pacifici
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- Carl Bärstad
- Creative Director