Since coming home from the CES, and Silicon Valley, Robin has been part of many great events here at home. Prior to external engagements, Robin visited Toyota Material Handling Europe in Mjölby to discuss and workshop needs and possibilities with IndX 2024 and beyond. It is a vital part of the work at IndX to be out and continuously learn more about the partner corporations’ needs and organizations, to facilitate and scout the most relevant collaboration opportunities as possible. 

When visiting Toyota Material Handling, you have to take a photo with their forklifts.

Meeting with country managers – Business Sweden, January 23rd

Robin met the country managers from Mexico, the US, and Canada at an event in the World Trade Center, Stockholm. 

“It was great seeing the possibilities Sweden has, and the great examples already unfolding, collaborating with North America, not least surrounding IRA (Inflation Reduction Act) and green innovations,” Robin says.


Startup Grind x Wellstreet – Stockholm January, 30th

Startup Grind together with venture capital (VC) Wellstreet held a great networking event taking the pulse on venture capital at a fireside chat with managers Evelina Anttila and Jessica Rameau. The chat was led by Naimul Abd at Startup Grind. We discussed what VCs, startups, and corporations can do to bridge the biases and preconditions to cooperate more effectively in the same ventures.


Fireside chat with Evelina Anttila and Jessica Rameau, led by Naimul Abd at Startup Grind

Leading Lights by EIT Manufacturing North – Södertälje, January 31st

At the science experience center, Tom Tits in Södertälje, EIT Manufacturing arranged a great event with workshops and startup presentations. Participating were also industry representatives, for example Alfa Laval, and Scania.

Robin participated in workshops together with earlier IndX alumni startups Chaintraced, with CCO Daniel Eriksson Pitt, and Stilride, with CEO Jonas Nyvang, who also presented their companies and solutions. Additionally, Anette Nordvall from Butterfly Ventures gave a really interesting keynote about the state of investments in Europe. 

“It is great seeing another great example of when the startup and corporate worlds collide, and seeing the partnerships unfold, just like IndX,” Robin says.