Gnosco offer a digital diagnostic support platform for faster and more secure diagnosis of skin lesions and wounds. The CE-certified platform, Dermicus, provides a faster and more efficient medical process, improved patient experience and is specifically aimed for communication between healthcare providers. In addition, Dermicus is also a continuous E-learning platform for doctors and nurses. Total costs are decreased due to fewer excisions and less physical referrals to specialists, but most important diagnoses are set much faster than before.
Gnosco offer an education program for both First Line Clinicians (General Practitioners) and Dermatology Specialists. The program aims to improve knowledge about Malignant Melanoma and other related skin-diseases. The education program consist of online course, face-to-face course, and continuous learning.
Dr Johan Heliborn
The idea for Sally R took off in Hallstahammar where the brothers Anders and Fredrik Edström experimented with air treatment and air purification. When they turned their eyes to the International Space Station (ISS), they found concepts for smart air handling.
On the ISS, the air is monitored, treated and reused in a closed cycle in a very energy-efficient way. They wanted to explore if it was possible to combine the optimization and purification technology available at the space station with the existing ventilation technology used on earth, in order to get better air quality for lower energy consumption. And guess what, it was!
Today we provide real estate and all types of properties an easy, scalable cloud solution for securing healthy and safe indoor air quality. Our service is implemented in existing systems remotely, which opens up endless possibilities for optimizing buildings anywhere.
Now we take the next step in making buildings carbon negative. Carbon capture technology creates further opportunities for new solutions regarding sustainability within the built sector.
After being diagnosed in 2015, at 28 years of age, Fabian began documenting his cancer battle on a blog, which made him realise the true power of storytelling and how sharing his story helped him cope with his ‘cancer trauma’. Sharing his story helped him to process what he was going through, emotionally and psychologically, but also gave him a sense of purpose that he had never felt before. This, together with a strong urge to help others affected by cancer, became the foundation for the War On Cancer app – a social network aiming to radically improve the mental health of everyone affected by cancer.
When Sebastian saw what positive impact writing had on Fabian’s mental health, as well as himself, he conceptualised an idea for a global platform – a place where anyone affected by cancer could connect with others that understood their experiences. In May 2016, Sebastian and Fabian launched the first version of War On Cancer and within weeks stories were being shared by people in more than 20 countries worldwide. Today, War On Cancer is an app, a social network, available for anyone affected by cancer, during and after treatment, as well as their loved ones.
PUSH is the service where you can access a multitude of different training centers, without the requirement of a membership. Instead, the PUSH app allows you to exercise on an ”as-you-go” model, where you only pay for the actual time spent on the exercise.
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Voi gives you shared electric scooters for the big adventures or for the last few hundred meters. Get the Voi app, find a Voi and start exploring.
The 15-minute city is a new paradigm for urban development, the idea that you can access everything you need to carry out in your daily life within a quarter of an hour by walking, biking, taking public transport or a shared micro-mobility service. By reversing car dependency in cities, space can be redistributed for social interaction, activity areas, local businesses, urban greening and other activities making cities liveable and vibrant.
We at Voi are committed to the idea of the 15-minute city and pledge to do our part to support cities and citizens across Europe to embark on this movement.
We all want to make great choices in life: even if they come with a bit of jitter and a lot of courage. The positive feeling of taking control of your life should be in balance with your daily spending and any unexpected expenses. To have a financial partner that supports the decision to start working as a freelancer, taking up studies or make a dream come true could be the game-changer of making such a choice.
We started Fairlo with the purpose to change the structure of power in the financial market. We know that more and more people choose to live their life on their own terms. But the drawbacks are clear – the lending terms for this group is very unfavourable compared to a person with a steady income. The market is unfair and we realized that we need to give this bold group of people a better deal.
Today Fairlo is a financial service with the purpose to create fairness in the financial structure. We aim to be a partner through our customers’ different life phases with its shifting expenses and various financial needs.
We are backed by amazing investors and co-workers who all support our vision of a world where people can make great life choices and still be able to form and adapt their financial services to their current life situation.
“Tasku provides important extra income opportunities for the community, while all together we are building the future of retail operations.”
Headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania, Tasku is at the technology and retail industries’ intersection. Our longtime experience in the industry taught us that only the right innovation has the potential to make a positive impact. Thus we aim to make our solutions as seamless as possible to be able to add only benefits to every worker who uses our apps and to every retail store manager who has lots on her plate, day in, day out.
Everything started when in 2021 we were analyzing huge people operations data set from one of our clients’ grocery stores. By looking into the daily operations of a large store we started to calculate how people capital intensive the industry is and that in Europe alone several tens of millions of people work in the stores just to put the products on the shelves. These millions of Europeans need to travel to their workplace, spend hours in traffic to arrive at the store and after the workday a journey home awaits.
Having this in mind we connected the dots, that there are locals, living next to their neighbourhood store where they can easily walk from their apartment building to the store at the needed time and help the store manager to achieve her goals by completing one or two needed tasks. After a pre-agreed task is done, the person can simply go back home and chill with extra euros in her bank account. Current mobile and computer vision technologies allow for smooth transaction coordination with minimal human intervention.
Two months after the original idea the Tasku platform was born and from day one we aim to facilitate beneficial cooperation of the locals with the grocery stores in the European neighbourhoods. Store managers get extra hands at the most needed times and the locals get meaningful extra income opportunities next to their homes for completing short but important tasks.
Tasku currently is live in the selected cities in Sweden and Lithuania.
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