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Registrations open for Sweden-India Mobility Hackathon

Anna Lekvall, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai

Pune: The Embassy of Sweden, the Consulate General of Sweden in Mumbai and the Swedish Institute invite participation in the 42-hour digital Sweden-India Mobility Hackathon: Changing the way we move! on February 26-28, 2021. The mission of the hackathon is to design, test and execute ideas for the future – with a particular focus on mobility.

Sweden and India have joined forces to tackle important issues regarding safe and sustainable transportation. Which is why this hackathon is a designer sprint-like event in which participants collaborate intensively on digital innovations to create functioning solutions to predetermined challenges by the end of the event.  Commenting on the initiative, Anna Lekvall, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai, said, “Innovation is at the heart of the Sweden India relationship, and safe, sustainable transport has grown immensely as a vital new area of co-operation. The Sweden-India Mobility Hackathon is expanding this partnership, providing a strong platform for students, start-ups, companies, experts from the two countries to co-create new solutions for mobility. Together, we can change the way we move.”

Interested people can do free registrations on https://hack.sweden.se/mobility-hack/. The registration is open till February 25, 2021.

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Sanjay Jadhav

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