“My passion is to make the invisible visible”, says Eva Kars, CEO and Founder EARTH Integrated Archaeology
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Epicenter Amsterdam are very pleased to welcome you to our Lunch Talk “What on EARTH?” a combined founder talk and presentation of the unique and exciting work by Archaeological consultancy company EARTH.
“Vision and passion led me to start a company, says Eva Kars. It was not new for me to be a director or to have responsibility for a department. However, it was the first time all the responsibilities rested on me, in particular the financial aspects. The adventure of EARTH had already begun in 2007, before the crisis. In 2008 I was ready to start, and EARTH was founded. The crisis began as well. In this presentation I will enlighten how I managed to transform an underappreciated company to one that is much respected on the market today.”
Together with Project Manager Timo Vanderhoeven I will show a short film about one of our latest exiting projects and discuss the importance and necessity of Heritage Risk Assessments. There is a tremendous amount of important information in the earth under us and lots of important lessons to learn. In this film EARTH will show you how they, with a unique working ethic and by using innovative techniques and working with different multidisciplinary teams, takes you back 1000s and 1000s of years. They investigate every inch and analyze what it tells us by using the latest unique and innovative techniques. In this way the client receives information about the developments in the area, going way back in time even to before the time of the ice age. What is the earth telling us? And what measurements have to be taken by the client before talking on construction or building a new railway?
Welcome to the fascinating world of EARTH Integrated Archaeology
We are looking forward to showing you more about the amazing research we have done in the Flevoland area and the city of Almere,
just around the corner of Amsterdam!
11.30 – 12.00 Registration and light lunch
12.00 – 12.45 Founders talk and EARTH presentation including film
12.45 -13.00 Q&A
13.00 End of Lunch talk
A Founder Story together with Epicenter is a format where Entrepreneurs well known to the Swedish Chamber of Commerce are invited to give an inspiring presentation for the members of the Swedish Chamber and the Epicenter community by telling about their entrepreneurial journey. You are invited to share thoughts and real-life examples of what it means to start and (try) to build a company. We would like you to discuss with the audience about success and failure and everything in between. But we also would like to add a presentation of your company today and how you used the experience to grow a successful business. Welcome to contact the Swedish Chamber of Commerce if you would like to receive more information about how you and your company can be invited to give a Breakfast, Lunch or Afternoon presentation. Email email@example.com
Launch: TechBridge Sweden/The Netherlands
Women in Tech
Save the Date: 25th of November
Location: Epicenter Amsterdam
Number of seat available: 100-150
TechBridge Sweden/The Netherlands is a concept initiated by the Swedish Embassy in The Netherlands, Swedish Chamber of Commerce, Epicenter Amsterdam (and StartupDelta?) with the ambition to increase the knowledge about Sweden and The Netherlands as two world-leading nations when it comes to technological innovation. The objective is to build strategic partnerships between the parties in a dynamic forum where the message about our innovative countries is conveyed through shared experiences and best practices. The content created will be spread in a serie of podcasts highlighting interesting and dynamic tech related subjects from both Sweden and the Netherlands. The target group are prominent Dutch and Swedish investors, decision makers, academia and media.
This first edition of TechBridge Sweden/The Netherlands is highlighting the potentials of “Women in Tech” and will be a pre-event to the European Women Technology Conference in Amsterdam taking place on November 26-27th, 2019. This edition of TechBridge has been designed to inspire, celebrate and connect Women in Tech. We will deep dive into what the challenges are for Women in Tech, what we can learn from each other, how we can encourage more girls to choose technology studies and how we change the patterns of investors.
Sweden and the Netherlands have traditionally very strong trade relations and in recent years the tech industry has impacted the bilateral bond even more and the traffic is high. Both Amsterdam and Stockholm are widely described as the tech start-up capitals and rank high in most internationally recognized lists of competitiveness and innovation capacity.
The second edition of TechBridge will cover another challenging theme in tech and will take place in Stockholm next year.
Leadership and Communication
Four Seminars moderated by Malin Hedlund, MH Leadership
Ask for the money
18.30 – 21.00
Swedish Chamber of Commerce
Fred. Roeskestraat 115
1076 EE Amsterdam
18.30 – 21.00
Swedish Fika will be served.
During this workshop we will increase our insight in the impact we have (or not have) with our way of behaiving in our professional environment. We will work with the core quadrant methodology and use our competences and strenghts from The Strenght Finder to make the exercice practical and personalized.
Following the high poularity of earlier years, the Swedish Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to already welcoming you to the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Christmas Dinner & Dance 2019! Make sure to Save the Date, as it will once again mark the highlight of the season.
The Chamber’s Christmas Dinner & Dance has a long history dating back to the 1960s. Today, it brings together business people from the Dutch-Swedish community and offers fantastic network opportunities. Traditionally the Swedish Chamber Christmans Dinner features a amazing traditional Swedish “Julbord”, a first-class Lucia procession, this year from Lund’s university, entertainment, great company, a fantastic Christmas Raffle and an filled Christmas Gifts Goodie Bag! It will, without a doubt, be an evening to remember!
Swedish Christmas Julbord
St. Lucia Procession
Christmas Gift Raffle
18.30 – 21.00
International Business Culture and Networking Skills
We will discuss “The Culture Map” by Erin Meyer decoding how people think, lead and get things done across cultures and exchange experiences with the group and external guests.
18.30 – 21.00
Swedish fika will be served
Your Career and Development; refections, plans and actions
We will reflect on what we have learned, what changes have taken place and the lessons we learned for the future. Participants from earlier Mentorship Program will discuss take aways and share there experiences and their take aways from having a Mentor/Mentee. We will have a Q&A with the group on how to apply for new jobs, how to grow and do’s and dont’s in your professional life.
Time and venue yet to be confirmed.
Evaluation of the program and final reflections. Guest speaker from earlier Mentorship Program on what’s next.