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Oslo Innovation Week 2015 Key Figures and Facts

Oslo Innovation Week 2015 Key Figures

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Oslo Innovation Week 2015 Key Figures and Facts

  1. 1. 12 – 16 October 2015 Key numbers and facts
  2. 2. KEY FIGURES OIW 2015 Events Attendees Event Organizers International keynotes Media ArticlesReach in Social Media mill NOK prod. cost Keynotes 72 9500 94 75350 16.9 21.5 87 Reach in Social Media: Unique users reached on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedInc
  3. 3. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Value of being part of OIW 2015 My event facilitates for meeting contacts My event attracts international attention My event contributes to OIW's goals Organizer's value of own event OIW's Project Management OIW's visability and media coverage OIW Attracts International Attention OIW succeeds in goals and ambitions OIW highlights the local innovation scene Sold out events 74% International attendees 20% Feedback from the organizers The OIW event organizers were asked to give feedback on OIW and their own events On a scale from 1-5, 5 being best Key learning: Work smarter to get more International attendees and attention
  4. 4. Would you like to be a part of Oslo Innovation Week 2016? YES NOT SURE NO 43 3 0
  5. 5. Nationalities media visited from 10 KEY FIGURES COMMUNICATION Media Articles 87 Mill reach in Social Media 21.5 Reach in Social Media: Unique users reached on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn
  6. 6. Top 5 events media coverage: 1. Cutting Edge 2. 100 Pitches 3. The Opening Event 4. Girl Tech Fest 5. The Norwegian Classroom PRESS
  7. 7. KEY FIGURES WEB AND SOME tweeted about OIW2015 mill reach in SoMe unique visits to oiw.nokeynotes tweeted about OIW out of 350 125 6325021.5 5707 Key learning: massive potential for engaging keynotes in speaking about OIW
  8. 8. THE WORLD’S FASTEST SURVEY We believe more than 50.000 handshakes went down during Oslo Innovation Week and that OIW is a place for inspiration and new ideas. We asked the attendees, and this is how they replied. Did you meet new contacts? YES: 76 % NO: 24 % Did you get new ideas? YES: 80 % NO: 20 % What did we learn? 24 % not invited next year. 325 people replied to the survey.
  9. 9. (New) Concepts for Oslo Innovation Week 2015 OIW Company Crawl Let’s Talk and Afterwork OIW 100 Pitches Hospitality The Opening Event
  10. 10. OIW Company Crawl Open House with Oslo’s most Innovative big companies OIW Company Crawl was a multi-event where a curated selection of pioneering companies opened their doors to meet OIW delegates such as executives, entrepreneurs and creatives. The purpose was to highlight the most innovative big companies in the region, and to connect these with relevant network such as the startup-community. The companies in 2015 were OSL, Opera, Statoil, Finn.no and Snøhetta - chosen because of their outstanding work with innovation and cutting edge development. Each of them had one slot in the OIW Company Crawl schedule. The events included talks, workshops, debates, presentations, recruitment or networking sessions. The score is based on feedback from the event organizer survey – how did you experience the new concept? Scale 1-5, 5 is best. What did we learn? More of this! 4.2
  11. 11. Let’s Talk and Afterwork These concepts invited participants of OIW to engage in conversation, gain new insight and create network. At OIW Let’s Talk startups, entrepreneurs and innovators were invited to book meetings with keynote speakers, experts and investors. OIW Afterwork at MESH was a hangout spot on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Participants could network, have a drink, and hear pop- up talks on Tech, Startup and Creative. The score is based on feedback from The event organizer survey – how did you experience the new concept? Scale 1-5, 5 is best. What did we learn? More of this but improve concept. 3.8
  12. 12. OIW 100 Pitches Pitch contest with the 100 best startups The most talented and promising startups joined Oslo Innovation Week to pitch their innovative business ideas. 100 startups got to pitch at the entry rounds, hosted by MESH Norway, 657 Oslo, Oslo Cancer Cluster, Mashup Norway, Simula Garage, Oslo EdTech Cluster, ICT Norway, Avd Frysja, The Trampery (UK), Capital Factory (US), StartUp Lab, and more. 6 finalists pitched at the finale at the OIW Supermixer. The jury: Bård Stranheim (Innovasjon Norge), Sean Percival (500 Startups), Tellef Thorleifsson (Northzone), Ekaterina Gianelli (Inventure), Kristin Riise (DnB) and Head of Jury Jeanne Sullivan (Sullivan Adventures, StarVest). Skin Analytics (UK) won the main prize, 300.000 NOK (sponsored by DNB, Kongsberg Gruppen AS and Innovation Norway) and a free slot at one of Innovation Norway’s global programs. Space (NO) won the London-prize: Free desk space at Oslo Innovation Embassy at The Trampery and consultancy from London & Partners, Oury Clark and JMB Partnership. The score is based on feedback from The event organizer survey – how did you experience the new concept? Scale 1-5, 5 is best. What did we learn? More of this. 4.3
  13. 13. Hospitality To give visitors the full Oslo experience we created Oslo Local, an online culture calendar with recommendations of what the city has to offer outside of the conference. 6 Oslo experts were asked to namedrop the best of Shopping (Studio F5), Coffee (Tim Wendelboe), Food (Even Ramsvik/Ylajali) Nightlife (Ronnie Ottem), Urban Nature (Stakkars Oss), and Music (Øyafestivalen). Visiting journalists and media had access to an OIW Press Lounge at MESH during the week with WiFi and OIW crew available. The score is based on feedback from The event organizer survey – how did you experience the concept? Scale 1-5, 5 is best. What did we learn? More of this. 4.2
  14. 14. The Opening Event The official opening event of Oslo Innovation Week 2015 was hosted at Oslo National Opera & Ballet on Monday October 12th. The event included talks from kick-ass speakers like Orit Hashay (isr/Brayola), Kathrine Myhre (Oslo MedTech Cluster), Anita Krohn Traaseth (Innovation Norway), Jeanne Sullivan (us) and many more. Torgny Amdam was moderator. “Gründerplanen” was launched by Siv Jensen and Monika Mæland. Music performance by Susanne Sundfør. Guests included Crown Prince Haakon Magnus, business innovators, entrepreneurs, opinion leaders, politicians, media etc. Gelato Group won Oslo Innovation Award 2015. The score is based on feedback from The event organizer survey – how did you experience the concept? Scale 1-5, 5 is best. 4.4
  15. 15. Read more about The Aftermath of Oslo Innovation Week on www.3in.no, where Fredrik Winther, Managing Director at Oslo Business Region, has written a piece on Oslo Innovation Week and how we can further improve: 1: Give more than you take 2: Fewer resources creates more collaboration 3: Highlight objectives not your own organization 4: Surprise the audience 5: Apply stricter criteria for events
  16. 16. About OIW 2015 12 – 16 October Oslo Innovation Week connects industries and the next generation of businesses. Celebrating 10 years anniversary, this year we focus on global trends within Startup, Tech and Creative The city is packed with more than 70 events such as seminars, pitching, workshops, makerspaces, expos, networking and surprises. #OIW2015 Enough talk – Let’s go!
  17. 17. Event organizers OIW 2015
  18. 18. Advisory Board 2015 Thomas Due Venture Lab Marius Øgaard Oslo Tech Lars Vangen Jorde Schibsted Growth Anne Worsoe Oslo Tech Johan Brand Kahoot! Per Saxegård OIW Styringsgruppen Tonje Verdal Frydenlund Snøhetta Rolf Assev Startup Lab Tellef Thorleifsson Northzone Knut Traaseth Norsk Venture Assosiation Karina Birkeland Lome Finn.no Jostein Magnusson Netlife Research Sigri Sevaldsen 657 Thomas Hoholm BI Fredrik Syversen/Heidi Austlid IKT Norge Daniel Ras-Vidal Abelia Anders Mjaaseth MESH
  19. 19. In 2015 the organization Oslo Innovation Week was funded by The City of Oslo (1 mill NOK) and Innovation Norway (700.000 NOK), with a total budget of 1.7 million Norwegian kroner. In addition, the prize for OIW 100 Pitches was sponsored by Innovation Norway (150.000 NOK), DnB (100.000 NOK) and Kongsberg Gruppen (50.000 NOK). The OIW organization and the organizers report a total of 16.9 mill NOK on production costs. Funding 2015
  20. 20. About Oslo Innovation Week The week-long series of events identifies international leading trends and development in innovation and entrepreneurship, making it a significant meeting place to discuss opportunities and practices for innovation every year. Oslo Innovation Week is 5 days packed with activities such as talks, seminars, debates, workshops, expos, speed dates, crowd funding events, open houses and networking events. It’s a platform to meet relevant people and network, to get an overview of what’s stirring on the startup scene in Norway and internationally, and to attend a number of world-class events across Oslo. The events are hosted by individual businesses and corporations, organizations, startup incubators and research- and educational institutions, who apply to become an official event organizer. Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway. Oslo Business Region is project manager.
  21. 21. Organization Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway. Oslo Business Region is project manager. OIW’s strategy is also secured by a Board and an Advisory Board. Companies and organizations apply to become an event organizer. When the event criteria is met, the event will be presented as one of the events during the official OIW program.
  22. 22. 17 – 21 October 2016 www.oiw.no

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