PechaKucha is a fast-growing presentation format that puts pressure on both the presenters and their audience. The concept is simple: each presenter gets 20 slides and only 20 seconds to present each one. Admittedly, on the night in question, the Strossle crew were a little lenient on the presenters in terms of this format.Despite this, nine entirely different subjects were covered, and our 90 guests enjoyed good food, good wine, and some great speakers.
If you missed the chance to participate at our Oslo event, catch up with us at Mindshare's Huddle on November 2nd or during the Native Advertising Days in Berlin November 8-9th. Strossle is a new company. Our products are aimed at the future of the media industry. Whenever we have the chance, we want to invite our partners, clients, connections, and customers to thought-provoking and inspiring get-togethers. This is why you’ll find Strossle participating as hosts and partners at trade shows, expos, events, and our own activities that serve to make life just a little bit more interesting. If you missed the chance to participate in Norway, then check out what your local office is up to by reaching out to us via the email@example.com email. We’ve always got something coming up or in the works! :-)
Here’s what the presenters of the night focused on:
«The Future Of Media Companies» Alf Lande - LAC / New Media Network
Focusing on the future sustainability of media companies, Alf—a senior advisor to several Scandinavian media companies and startups—focused on the diversified portfolio required for the future-proof media business model.
«A New Business Model For Investigative Journalism» Tale Gjøvik - Filter Media
A brand new media company with a brand new approach to the industry. Filter has reintroduced the category of investigative journalism, financed 100% by native advertising and distributed on Facebook.
«Creativity As A Profit Center» John Jacobsen - Supertanker
What is the role of creativity in tomorrow’s business structure?85% of companies believe that «more creativity» is vital for their survival. However, almost no one likes change or (gulp) many take the erroneous view that creatives are notoriously disorganized, bad at numbers, and prone to mental illness, and have an overt fondness for change! So how can creativity and productivity be reconciled in the business world?
«Bitcoin And Cryptocurrencies» Jon Ramvi - Blockchangers
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly hyped, traded, valued and yet completely misunderstood and incomprehensible. What is the role of digital currencies in the future of money as we know it, and how does it all even work?!
«Kill The Poor (not really)» Pål Nisja Wilhelmsen - Nettavisen
The truth, and nothing but the truth, about the lies and misconceptions of how monetary value is created and distributed. Invigoratingly accompanied by a diversified soundtrack!
«Influencers And The Value Of The Personal Brand» Julie Holst Berntsen - United Influencers
Why did Scandinavia’s fastest-growing influencer platform purchase one of Europe’s most prestigious PRINT publications «Elle» in Norway? Because «Elle» is not a magazine; she is a powerful influencer with a tremendous reach and an impact powerful enough to change lives. And in the end, it’s all about the people!
«When Your National Currency Goes To The Ground While You Are Abroad. A True Story» Kristjan Mar Hauksson - SMFB Engine
Money is just a number until you attach human values like trust, faith, and interaction to it. A true story about what happened when the Icelandic Krone was worth nothing from one day to the next, as experienced by an Icelander in the UK on the day question.
«The Changing Face Of The Cities We Live In» Linnea Svensson - Oslo Urban Arena
Property value is about more than real estate prices; it’s about the changing face of a fast-growing metropolis and a city that people love and hate, a city people live and die in. A look at Oslo beyond the big figures, and a new perspective on its environment and community.
«Money, Technology, and Machines: How Unfair and Wrong It Can Be» Torgeir Waterhouse - IKT Norway
When we create a faster, more efficient, technologically driven system for transactions and banking, we are also creating a variety of unforeseen challenges and future problems. What happens, for instance, to the way our children learn to handle monetary values when we remove their ability to deal with it?