Techfestival is reimagining the classic tech conference format, as it takes over Copenhagen’s ambient Meatpacking Districts and runs more than 200 participatory workshops, sessions, stage conversations, demos, exhibitions, and dinners.
Running in parallel to the events is a 150-strong think-tank including startups, funders like Omidyar Network, governments and web legends such as Jean-François Groff, who was part of the original CERN-team creating the World Wide Web.
The results after a 24-hour session will form the Tech Pledge, set to encourage the technology industry forces to rethink positions on pressing topics.
d.light, a company that designs and develops high-quality, affordable, and innovative solar-powered consumer products for families without access to reliable electricity has announced its new partnership with Shell.
In a recent interview with TechCrunch, Mike Kubzansky shared insights on how Omidyar Network's VC-influenced philanthropy has informed our approach to reimagining capitalism and promoting beneficial technology.