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Scandinavian MIND

Scandinavian MIND

Scandinavian MIND is a magazine and a platform covering the intersection of lifestyle and technology. We believe that convergence of different fields is the way forward for technology, fashion, design, mobility, entertainment, gaming, and other industries.

Our three different podcast shows are aimed at early adopters, opinion leaders, industry insiders, and other curious minds that want to keep a close eye on the Scandinavian market and get an update on key global events.

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Can fashion solve overproduction?

Today we discuss the environmental and social effects of overproduction in the fashion industry, and try to look ahead with optimism. We discuss:

Why overproduction occurs in the first place, and how it affects the Sell Through Rate at retailers.Why is it so hard to get the data? We unwrap the extensive 2022 Fashion Transparency Index report.The new market for discarded textiles, with oil refinery-type services in India and beyond.The need for recycling innovations, and our recent visit to Renewcell?s new factory.And our favourite initiatives from digital and physical fashion that could turn the negative trend around.

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With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Megha Prakash, Editorial Assistant, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-11-25
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A special report from Slush

We report live from Northern Europe?s biggest gathering of tech startups and VC investors. On top of personal observations on the state of VCs and investments in the Nordics and new announcements from the European Innovation Commission, we share insights from:

Reetta Pesonen, head of communications at Slush, the reason why she wants fewer visitors. The latest developments in the metaverse, with Zoan founders Miikka Rosendahl and Laura Olin.Sebastien Borget, Sandbox co-founder, on how brands should use the metaverse. Agate Freimane, General Partner at Norrsken VC, shares the current investing climate. 

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With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-11-18
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Can resell save fashion?

For today?s episode, we lift the most exciting projects and initiatives from fashion resell platforms that have been launched recently. We talk about:


The state of resell.

Difference between vintage and resell

Our favourite resell and vintage platforms.


Season 4, episode 7 of our weekly podcast show on how technology is transforming the creative industries.


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With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-11-11
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Top 3 beauty innovations right now

This week we invite our Senior Digital Editor and beauty expert Johan Magnusson to share the most interesting innovations, trends, and beauty tech initiatives in the Nordics right now. We discuss:

Virtual try-on, AI/AR, personalization for skincare and makeup.The rise of blue beauty and the industry?s venture into the oceans to develop biotech and merge it with natural ingredients. Material innovation in both packaging and product, like using wood and 3D printers

Season 4, episode 6 of our weekly podcast show on how technology is transforming the creative industries.


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2022-11-04
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KONST: Inside the hyped Coulisse Gallery (with Filip Zieciak, Jeanette Gunnarsson, and Hank Grüner)

In this episode of KONST our host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar talks about the hyped Coulisse Gallery with owners Filip Zieciak and Jeanette Gunnarsson. We?re also guested by Hank Grüner, who debuts his shamanistic art at the gallery on November 4. 


If the last episode was about running a gallery for 30-plus years, this conversation is about setting up a new space and how to build relevance. In this episode of KONST, the host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar meets with Filip Zieciak, founder of the much-hyped Coulisse Gallery. They are joined by Jeanette Gunnarsson, a freelance curator running the gallery with Filip, and Hank Grüner, an artist who will soon have his first solo show in Stockholm.


Coulisse Gallery focuses on presenting young, cutting-edge artists and designers, from Scandinavia and beyond. With a collaborative approach at its core, the gallery aims to bring a vibrant new energy to the Stockholm art scene, connecting artists and creatives from different disciplines who have common visual and conceptual threads in their practices. Coulisse Gallery is run by founder Filip Zieciak together with freelance curator Jeanette Gunnarsson. Filip is a Konstfack graduate, having previously worked as a furniture and set designer and architect in the Netherlands and Sweden. Jeanette previously worked as a freelance curator with various galleries in London and New York before moving to Stockholm at the end of 2021. 


KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND.


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2022-11-02
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Is phygital the way forward for NFTs?

For today's episode, or listisode, we list 5 recent projects from the fashion industry that merge digital ownership with physical experiences.

Burberry and Minecraft?s coming collaboration of both physical and digital clothes. Gucci Vault and Palace?s digital shopping space.Running brands Satisfy and Norda?s new trail shoe comes with a dynamic NFT that changes the more you run.Chanel?s new beauty salon with virtual and in-person workshops.RTFKT and Rimowa merge the world of physical and digital craftsmanship in a suitcase and NFT drop. 

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-10-28
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What is Ugly Core and why does it matter?

This week we talk about Ugly Core, a new aesthetic for fashion and culture that has gone viral on Tiktok and Instagram. We discuss:

How the trend grew in Generation Z, and we introduce some of the trends we?ve seen on social media. The Nordic example: Swedish designer Beate Karlsson, AVAVAV.How does it affect the fashion industry at large?

Season 4, episode 4 of our weekly podcast show on how technology is transforming the creative industries. With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-10-21
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KONST: Why there are no Sundays in the art business and running a gallery for over 30 years (with Marina Schiptjenko)

In today's episode, our host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar is joined by Marina Schiptjenko, art gallery legend, pop star and actor. 


Marina Schiptjenko was born in 1965 in Malmö, Sweden. In 1986 she moved to Stockholm to study comparative literature and theatre at Stockholm University. Parallel to her studies she worked for Swedish Radio, hosting her own program series on electronic music and related topics.


In 1988 she started working as a director at a gallery focusing on constructivist art. After completing her studies, she was recruited by Ciléne Andréhn to Arton A, a contemporary art gallery in Stockholm. After a brief period of working together, they decided to open their own gallery; Andréhn-Schiptjenko Gallery was founded in 1991. Since its inception, Andréhn-Schiptjenko has consistently been committed to working in an international arena and to the long-term representation of emerging and established contemporary artists from all over the world working with painting, sculpture, photography, film and digital media as well as installation-based and site-specific work. The gallery is located in Stockholm and Paris.


With a profound interest in the exhibition as form, the gallery has presented shows that have become seminal, successfully launching the careers of Scandinavian artists such as Cajsa von Zeipel, Gunnel Wåhlstrand, Annika von Hausswolff and Matts Leiderstam, and giving artists such as Uta Barth, Cecilia Bengolea, José León Cerrillo, Martín Soto Climent, Ridley Howard, Tony Matelli, and Xavier Veilhan their first European or Scandinavian one-person exhibition. In recent years the gallery has also exhibited work by deceased artists such as Francesca Woodman and Siri Derkert, successfully renewing critical and public interest in their work.


Over the years, Marina Schiptjenko has lectured on contemporary art and music in the digital age, invited by a slew of Swedish companies and universities. For six years, she was chairperson for the Swedish Gallery Association and has been on the board of the Friends of the Moderna Museet in Stockholm. She has been a lecturer at the Umeå Academy of Fine Arts and served as an examiner at the School of Photography at Gothenburg University and the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. She has often served as a jury member in contexts such as music, literature, design and art. She also worked as a master of ceremonies at several award ceremonies in the field of music, architecture and design.


Fun facts:

Marina has played the keyboard in different pop groups since 1980, the most famous one was Bodies Without Organs with Alexander Bard.

She acted in the Palm d?Or winner The Square alongside Claes Bang in 2017. They have continued the collaboration and are now making music together


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2022-10-17
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A Nordic response to Iran (with Atefeh Sebdani)

We sit down with special guest Atefeh Sebdani, a Stockholm-based tech worker, author, and activist, to further discuss our story about how the tech and lifestyle industries react to the Iran uprising. We talk about:

The Nordic tech and lifestyle industry?s response to Iran.We go through what is happening in Iran right now, the protests by Iranian women, and subsequent strike downs and killings from the government, in the events following the death of Mahsa Jîna Amini in September.Why is the social media uproar so big in Sweden?What can someone do that wants to learn more?

Sign up for Amnesty?s petition here.


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2022-10-14
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Can Nothing convert Apple users to Android?

This week we conduct a brand study of Nothing, the newly launched tech brand founded by the Swedish-Chinese super entrepreneur Carl Pei, and the creative juggernaut Jesper Kouthoofd.

The brand has an outspoken mission to convert Apple users to Android, can they succeed? We talk about the strength of Apple?s walled garden.What do the design sensibilities of Jesper Kouthoofd and Teenage Engineering mean for the brand? We talk about the Swedish creative powerhouse that was portrayed in Scandinavian MIND issue 3.We look at the brand?s recent launch during London Fashion Week.Plus: we have used the actual product, and give a first-hand review of Nothing?s Phone (1).

Read our interview with Jesper Kouthoofd here.


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-10-07
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Do Nordic brands get TikTok?

Finally, our weekly podcast is back from it (a bit too long) summer hiatus! This week we focus on the rise of the famed social media and entertainment platform.

Why it?s more popular than its competition Facebook and SnapchatWhat happens when new generations start using TikTok as its primary search engineHow should brands use TikTok to boost their engagement? Or should they? We talk about the implications of the Chinese ownership.We look at which Nordic brands are doing it best on TikTok.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Our weekly show discusses how technology is transforming the creative industries. 


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2022-09-30
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Panel discussion: Why does fashion only recycle 1% of its produce? (Transformation Conference)

Recycling textiles should be as natural as recycling paper or plastic. Why isn?t it? We discuss the challenges of turning textile fibres into new materials, and the technologies and regulations that are leading the way. 


Speakers:

Nora Eslander, Renewcell

Petri Alava, Infinited Fiber Company


This live talk was originally held at the Transformation Conference on August 25, a half-day conference on fashion-tech during Nordic Fabric Fair. The purpose of the event is to gather innovation companies, creative talent, and investors within fashion to create new alliances.


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2022-09-14
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Panel discussion: What are fashion investors looking for? (Transformation Conference)

Erik Karlsson, VC/Impact Investor H&M Co:Lab, Nora Bavey, Founder Unconventional Ventures, and Samira Aissi, Investment manager, SEB Greentech VC, talk about what they are looking for in startups and new companies. What are the new criteria for success, both from a financial perspective, but also in terms of sustainability, diversity, and innovation.


This live talk was originally held at the Transformation Conference on August 25, a half-day conference on fashion-tech during Nordic Fabric Fair. The purpose of the event is to gather innovation companies, creative talent, and investors within fashion to create new alliances.


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2022-09-09
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KONST: The ins and outs of running art galleries (with Saskia Neuman)

Saskia Neuman Gallery represents Nordic as well as internationally based artists. The exhibition program reflects a strong focus on early and mid-career artists, often previously not exhibited in Sweden?s commercial gallery sphere. In addition, the gallery aims to host a variety of happenings, including talks, performances and other events.


Prior to opening the gallery Saskia Neuman held the position of CEO of Market Art Fair. Saskia was previously the Director of the Absolut Art Award (The Absolut Company) for seven years. During her career she has worked at neugerriemschneider gallery, KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin, and the Venice Biennale, 2009. She is a monthly contributing writer to Vogue Scandinavia and contributed to publications including The New Era, Scandinavian Mind, Artlover and The Forumist, along with having written for Monocle, LOFT Magazine, 032c, Honoré Magazine and Berlin Art Journal in the past.


KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND.


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2022-09-01
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How to market and communicate fashion tech

How do you communicate innovation in a visual industry? We hear practical examples on creative marketing, and learn about the need for radical transparency in order to make the consumer a decision maker.  


Speakers:

Reetta Hassinen, Business Development Manager, Spinnova

Matilda Kivelä, Strategist, Reaktor


This is a panel outtake from The Transformation Conference in Helsinki in May 2022. On August 25, Scandinavian MIND is hosting the Stockholm version of the half-day conference on fashion-tech during Nordic Fabric Fair. The purpose of the event is to gather innovation companies, creative talent, and investors within fashion to create new alliances. Click here to see the full schedule and RVSP.


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2022-08-17
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Panel discussion: How brands can use technology to help with sustainability (Transformation Conference)

Kirsi Terho, Key Account Director, Infinited Fiber, and Niklas von Weymarn, CEO, Metsä Spring, share practical tips on how brands and designers can utilise new technologies and material sciences to accelerate their sustainability practices.


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2022-08-10
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Panel discussion: How values are changing the fashion ecosystem (Transformation Conference)

A new generation of consumers is demanding more from their brands. Taking a stand and showcasing your values are more important than ever. We look at how Finnish and Swedish values meet the task.


Speakers: 

Ekaterina Gianelli, Partner, Inventure

Ervin Latimer, Designer, Latimmier

Fredrik Ekström, Above the Clouds

Moderator:

Konrad Olsson


This live talk was originally held at the Transformation Conference on May 31. Together with Juni Communication, we invited industry executives, innovation companies, and international press to Puistokatu 4 for half a day of talks and panel discussions about how fashion-tech can drive transformation in the fashion industry.


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2022-08-03
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Panel discussion: How to use creativity to address our challenges (Transformation Conference)

We invite a panel of designers to talk about how they can exchange their creativity, and sometimes radical ideas, into commercial successes while keeping an eye on the environment. As a central part of their design methodology, many use materials innovatively to create a more sustainable and responsible fashion.


Speakers:

Achilles Ion Gabriel, Creative Director, Camper

Ellen Hodakova Larsson, Designer, Hodakova

Jesse Hudnutt, Creative Consultant & Merchant 

Moderator:

Ane Lynge-Jorlén, Director, ALPHA


This live talk was originally held at the Transformation Conference on May 31. Together with Juni Communication, we invited industry executives, innovation companies, and international press to Puistokatu 4 for half a day of talks and panel discussions about how fashion-tech can drive transformation in the fashion industry.


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2022-06-22
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The rise of metacommunities and our season finale quiz!

Thank you for tuning into the season finale of the Scandinavian MIND weekly podcast! In this episode:

9 highlights from Fuorisalone and Salone Del Mobile at Milan Design Week.Garments that can help people with deafblindness to communicate.Boston Consulting Group and Highsnobiety?s new whitepaper on the "Luxury 3.0?.A season recap quiz, with 5 quick fire questions (and a surprise for our listeners!).

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-06-17
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Alec Leach on why we are still shopping (Transformation Conference)

Author and journalist Alec Leach released his new book The world is on fire but we?re still buying shoes earlier this year. This episode focuses on Leach?s key takeaways from his research on the fashion industry over the last couple of years.


This live talk was originally held at the Transformation Conference on May 31. Together with Juni Communication, we invited industry executives, innovation companies, and international press to Puistokatu 4 for half a day of talks and panel discussions about how fashion-tech can drive transformation in the fashion industry.


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2022-06-16
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KONST: The art of making fun of the art industry (with Jerry Gogosian)

In this episode of KONST, our host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar sits down with Jerry Gogosian to speak on her art meme page @jerrygogosian, and the general state of the art industry. Jerry Gogosian is jet setting blonde who loves collecting expensive blue chip art, outbidding her enemies at auction, and working remotely from St. Tropez in the summer and Gstaad in the winter. 


Jerry Gogosian is jet setting blonde who loves collecting expensive blue-chip art, outbidding her enemies at auction, and working remotely from St. Tropez in the summer and Gstaad in the winter. Jerry is also a frequent visitor to all the world's most important art fairs where she rubs shoulders with and goes under the skin of industry insiders.


If you want to learn more about Jerry, read three of her most recent articles on The Persistence of Beauty, Venice Biennale 2022, and Millionaire?s Mall.


KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND.


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2022-06-15
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Nordic fashion-tech, understanding USB-C, and the startup scene in Reykjavik

Thank you for tuning in to our weekly podcast! This week we discuss:

The best fashion-tech initiatives in the Nordics.A new EU rule will require all phones and electronics to use a standard charger.Our visit to Iceland Innovation Week and Nordic Startup Awards in Reykjavik, and speaking with Björn Orvar, co-founder of ORF Genetics.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Erik Sedin, Junior Editor, and Johan Magnusson, Senior Digital Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter to learn more!


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2022-06-10
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Exploring text-to-image AI, repairing clothing with ?retergent?, and our sitewide Helsinki takeover

Thank you for tuning into the Scandinavian MIND weekly podcast! This time around we discuss:

The opportunities, and challenges, with text-to-image AI deep learning (click this link to see our artworks!)How Biorestore?s innovative laundry solution restores and revives garments to a new stateKey takeaways from our Transformation Conference in Helsinki, with insights from Dal Chodha, Wallpaper, and Yasmin Jones-Henry, Financial Times.Our extensive guide to Helsinki from Artek store manager Annika Tammi.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-06-03
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Playing AI tennis, Beckmans? graduation show, and Transformation Conference expectations

In this episode we discuss:


The upcoming design weeks.

Our favourite Beckmans College of Design?s graduation projects.

The coming Transformation Conference in Helsinki.


Playing artificial intelligence tennis with Swingvision, an Apple Watch and iPhone app which tracks and records your playing in real-time. 


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-05-27
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Values in the metaverse: Q&A with H&M?s menswear department

This is the third part of our new podcast series Values in the Metaverse. In this series, we will interview designers, experts, and entrepreneurs working with digital fashion, metaverse, and NFTs. When we?re creating a new digital universe, what kind of values do we want in it? This is the Nordic perspective.


In this episode, our editor-in-chief Konrad Olsson shares a Q&A session he held with the menswear departement at the H&M headquarters in Stockholm.


The Scandinavian Mind podcast is a bi-weekly show, about the intersection of lifestyle and technology. Every Wednesday, we publish an in-depth interview with an innovator from the worlds of design, fashion, beauty, mobility, and tech. And every Friday, we publish a panel talk or other behind the scenes content from the world of Scandinavian MIND. 


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2022-05-25
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Einride?s new autonomous trailer and fashion education?s digital makeover (with Saina Koohnavard)

In this episode we discuss:

Einride?s Mesh event and the newly launched autonomous trailer.Inside fashion education?s digital makeover

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Erik Sedin, Junior Editor, Oliver Dahle, Fashion contributor, and Saina Koohnavard, fashion lecturer.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-05-20
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Values in the metaverse: Laura Olin (ZOAN)

This is the second part of our new podcast series Values in the Metaverse. In this series, we will interview designers, experts, and entrepreneurs working with digital fashion, metaverse, and NFTs. When we?re creating a new digital universe, what kind of values do we want in it? This is the Nordic perspective.


This time we're guested by Laura Olin, the COO and partner of the Finnish virtual reality studio ZOAN. As digital worlds takes hold, Laura Olin underscores the importance of Nordic values. 


The Scandinavian Mind podcast is a bi-weekly show, about the intersection of lifestyle and technology. Every Wednesday, we publish an in-depth interview with an innovator from the worlds of design, fashion, beauty, mobility or tech. And every Friday, we publish a panel talk or other behind the scenes content from the world of Scandinavian MIND. Sign up to our newsletter for instant access to all our content.


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2022-05-18
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The importance of ?boring? fashion tech and the low knowledge of NFTs in Scandinavia (with Oscar Nöjd)

In this episode of Scandinavian MIND weekly we discuss:

Developments in fashion-tech and sustainability ? our key takeaways from e-P Summit ? Scandinavian MINDThe Future of Fashion: From design to merchandising, how tech is reshaping the industry ? CB InsightsInstagram to start testing NFTs with select creators this week ? TechCrunchSvenskarnas syn på NFT ? Samsung Nordics

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-05-13
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KONST: The intersection of art and design (with Jonas Kleerup and Edin Kjellvertz)

In this episode of KONST, our host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar meets with Jonas Kleerup and Edin Kjellvertz. We discuss:

The intersection of art and design.Have the (white cube) galleries outplayed their role?The new art and design fair and platform Cream.

Jonas Kleerup is an art consultant and advisor based in Stockholm. He works mainly with larger corporate clients like Hufvudstaden, The Absolut Company, Electrolux, NCC, Björn Axén and many others. Projects include everything from curating shows, and developing strategies concerning art to acquisitions and developing collections of contemporary art. He also works with a few selected private clients with building collections. Previously he ran a gallery under his own name before switching over to consulting and advising.


Ten years ago, Edin Kjellvertz started Dusty Deco together with his wife Lina; one of Sweden's most stylish and eclectic vintage stores with carefully selected design furniture, interior accessories and art that attracted buyers from all over the world. By the turn of 2020, they closed down their shop operations and moved to Mallorca to focus on the family but also build their own brand with their own design. The showroom in Palma is a mix of their own collection, vintage pieces and art the couple collected.


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2022-05-11
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The Vatican?s NFT gallery, Spotify?s new Roblox world, and talking wearables with Polar

In this episode we discuss:


Our recent survey on educating digitalisation at fashion universities.

How The Vatican will create a NFT gallery to ?democratize art?

Spotify?s new Roblox platform

Finnish tech company Polar?s 45 year journey of leading the wearable space


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-05-06
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Meta opens its first physical store and Ashton Kutcher backs The Fabricant

In this episode we discuss:

The Fabricant secures $14 million series a funding to build the wardrobe of the metaverseMeta to open first physical retail shop for virtual reality productsKonrad?s debut on the audio app AnyoneOur decentralized selves: creating in a post-identity future

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-04-29
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Values in the Metaverse: Kerry Murphy (The Fabricant)

This is the first part of our new podcast series Values in the Metaverse. In this series we will interview designers, experts, and entrepreneurs working with digital fashion, metaverse, and NFTs. When we?re creating a new digital universe, what kind of values do we want in it? This is the Nordic perspective.


Our first guest is Kerry Murphy, founder of digital fashion house The Fabricant and the cover star of our recently published Issue 3.


The Scandinavian Mind podcast is a bi-weekly show, about the intersection of lifestyle and technology. Every Wednesday, we publish an in-depth interview with an innovator from the worlds of design, fashion, beauty, mobility or tech. And every Friday, we publish a panel talk or other behind the scenes content from the world of Scandinavian MIND. Sign up to our newsletter for instant access to all our content.


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2022-04-27
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Coachella status report and getting excited for the coming art weeks

In this episode we discuss:

Roland?s visit to the first weekend at Coachella.The Absolut metaverse experience.Our ongoing Digital Fashion Special series online. Observations from Biennale Arte 2022 and looking forward to Stockholm Art Week next week.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-04-22
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KONST: the ultimate guide to Stockholm Art Week (with Joanna Sundström, Sylvia Rynell, and Sara Berner Bengtsson)

In today?s episode, we give our listeners an ultimate guide to Stockholm Art Week 2022, taking place April 27 - May 1.


Joanna Sundström joins as co-host. She is a central figure in the world of Scandinavian art, as the founder of Stockholm Art Week and advisor to galleries, curators and collectors.


Stockholm Art Week is a platform showcasing leading Nordic art fairs alongside many of Stockholm?s prominent museums, institutions, and art spaces that will arrange special programs, events, and pop-up exhibitions throughout the duration of the week.


This episode is also guested by Sylvia Rynell, Marketing Director at Wetterling Gallery, one of the Swedish capital's most iconic art galleries.


Also joining us is Sara Berner Bengtsson, Director of Market Art Fair, the leading contemporary art fair in the Nordic region Initiated in 2006 by galleries representing the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.


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2022-04-14
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Inside our Issue 3 launch (with Nora Bavey and Alain Visser)

We take a look at the launch of Issue 3 earlier this week, which took place at the Lynk & Co club in Stockholm. We share live interviews from our cover star Nora Bavey, general partner at Unconventional Ventures, and Alain Visser, CEO of Lynk & Co.

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2022-04-14
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The rise of exclusive online clubs, how to launder crypto, and inside our Nora Bavey cover story

In this episode we discuss:

The crypto club phenomenon and if they can match the likes of Soho houseStealing crypto and how to launder itOur cover story with Nora BaveyA little easter egg and exclusive invite for our podcast listeners!

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-04-08
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Water innovation talks (with Emilia Molin, Mike Hecker and Robert Cederlund)

The Water Innovation Talks panel discussion features BE WTR?s CEO Emilia Molin and Initiativ Utö?s CEO Robert Cederlund. The panel discusses how businesses can collaborate with NGOs to further develop innovation within water health.


The podcast also features snippets from two keynotes presentations that we?re conducted at the Swedish pavilion?s presentation stage at Expo 2020 Dubai.

The first is from Mike Hecker, founder of BE WTR, who shares the nitty-gritty of how the Swiss-Swedish startup can eliminate single-use plastic bottles.


The other is from Robert Cederlund, CEO of Initiativ UTÖ, who explains how wetlands can help to restore the baltic sea.

This podcast is part of Changemakers, a series of podcasts, panel talks, and live interviews produced in collaboration with the Swedish partcipation at Expo 2020 Dubai.


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2022-04-05
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The big field study report from Metaverse Fashion Week

In today?s episode, we discuss our boots on the ground visit to Metaverse Fashion Week! Talking points:

Designing your avatar and finding your digital identity.Street style from visitors.Checking out runway shows and stores.Takeaways and improvement tips.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Oliver Dahle, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


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2022-04-01
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KONST: The role of VR, AR and XR in art + creating intellectual and emotional engagement through immersive experiences (with Lina Aastrup and Solenne Tadros)

In today?s episode, Lina Aastrup joins as co-host. She is a curator and writer with a particular interest in contemporary photography and New Media Art that deals with political and environmental issues of our time. She recently finalised her MA thesis where she investigated the intersection of medium specific qualities of XR and its potential for disruptive art experiences.


We discuss:

Disruption of the intersection between art and academiaDigitalisation of art and the role of Extended Reality (XR)Political storytelling in the intersection between art and technology

This episode?s special guest is Solenne Tadros, a Jordanian Palestinian creative technologist & artist. She has a Design and Technology degree from Parsons School of Design. Solenne is a storyteller whose works reflect on social, political, and environmental matters. Her VR work has been exhibited in film festivals & exhibitions and featured in magazines like Vogue US, Vogue Espanìa, and many more.


Solenne Tradros will exhibit April 27?30 in Stockholm, Sweden: PRE-EXODUS VR experience and artist talk at Accelerator. 


Leila Khoury Nimry was thirteen years old when she fled her home in Haifa, Palestine during the Nakba in 1948. In PRE-EXODUS she shares the memories of her childhood bedroom, illustrated and developed into a virtual reality experience, created by Jordanian artist Solenne Tadros (b. 1996). The work activates questions of memory, intergenerational trauma, forced displacement and loss of land. PRE-EXODUS will be installed at Accelerator April 28-30, with an artist talk on the evening of April 27at 6 PM to introduce the work and open up a conversation on its related themes


KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND.


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2022-03-30
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Issue 3 ? content breakdown and behind the scenes

In today?s episode, we discuss our newly launched issue 3!

The two cover stories with Nora Bavey of Unconventional Ventures and Kerry Murphy of The Fabricant.Our big special on the digital fashion industry.Metahumans made in Unreal Engine and the uncanny valley.Fashion stories on the baltic sea.

Pre-order your copy from Papercut now!


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Erik Olofsson, Creative Director, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-03-25
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Web2.0 investors? struggles with web3, why Epic Games is buying Bandcamp, and supporting your local magazine shop

In today?s episode:

New report: Last year, Swedish startups secured a record ?7,8 billion in VC investments ? Scandinavian MINDUnique exhibition gathers four young designers combining high fashion and upcycling this week ? Scandinavian MINDWeb 2.0 investors aren?t cut out for the web3 world ? The InformationIs this the real reason Epic Games acquired Bandcamp? ? Music Business WorldwideGallery: The Mandalorian special ? Disney

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-03-18
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Inside NFT art festival Otherlands, the importance of resilience, and beauty tech (with Nick Buckley)

In this episode we discuss:

Our visit to the NFT festival Otherlands.Key technology trends in resilience.How beauty brands need to operate in digital worlds, and how gamers are not only interested in gaming.

This episode is guested by Nick Buckley, chief digital & marketing officer at L'Oréal Nordics.


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-03-11
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KONST: Post pandemic art viewing trends and the difference between art and journalism (with Destinee Ross-Sutton and Michael Elmenbeck)

In today?s episode:

Michel Elmenbeck, joins as co-host. He is the founder of CFHILL Art Space and Bon Magazine, a renowned art advisor, collector and trend expert.OVRs (online viewing rooms); all major auction houses, art trade fairs and blue chip galleries seem to take away the option to view art online. What are the implications?NFTs and artist estates; what role will digitalisation of art and assets play for the future of artists and also dead artists? estates? Special guest: Destinee Ross-Sutton, International Curator, Artist Advocate, Art Advisor, and Gallerist.

Independently, she advises several private institutions and international collectors with an emphasis on responsible acquisitions of contemporary art. With a focus on African and African American art and a commitment to cohesive storytelling, Ms. Ross-Sutton has repeatedly demonstrated her ability to unify diverse subjects and styles within her curatorial projects. She is also making a name for herself as being a curator that discovers new talents and starting artist?s international careers. As artist manager, she acts as steward, guiding artists careers to fruition and to take control of their markets. See more on her website!


This episode was recorded Feb 22, prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.


KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND


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2022-03-09
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Fashion, tech, and art?s stand on the Ukraine invasion + launching new podcast

In today?s episode:

How Scandinavian fashion and tech communities are supporting Ukraine.High-end fashion?s hits and misses in their support.Are the big tech companies doing enough?The launch of our new podcast KONST, launching next week.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors. Sign up to our newsletter here.


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2022-03-04
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Linkedin?s new podcast platform, and wrapping up issue 3

In today?s episode:

Sneak-peeks into our third printed issue, being sent to the printer this weekend.Inside the new Avicii tribute museum ? Scandinavian MINDLinkedIn debuts its own podcast network ? Tech Crunch

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-02-25
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Why silence is trendy and letting AI organize your files (with Olof Lindh)

In today?s episode:

Fashion and art photographer Elizaveta Porodina?s new exhibition at Fotografiska in StockholmRoland?s hands-on review of Kanye West?s Stem Player.We talk about Generation Mute ? why silence is worth more than gold.Also special guest: Olof Lindh, founder and CEO of the Swedish startup Kive, an AI powered library for creators.

Shownotes:


Stem Player

Kive AI

Generation Mute: when silence becomes a trend

Elizaveta Porodina ? ????


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founde and Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-02-18
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Stockholm and Copenhagen fashion week + floating torsos in XR meetings

In today?s episode:

Our boots on the ground observations from Copenhagen Fashion Week.The joint design and fashion week running in Stockholm right now.Sneak peek on our virtual fashion special in the coming issue 3.

Shownotes:

Standout local talents, diversity and Nordic collabs ? 8 takes from our visit to Copenhagen Fashion Week


With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-02-11
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NOMS is challenging the fashion industry

Today is a special episode in collaboration with NOMS, a newly launched impact-tech startup that challenges the way we produce, deliver, and experience fashion. NOMS is is a digital platform where consumers can order contemporary, fair trade garments, produced on-demand around the corner from where they live.


In this episode we talk to the founders of NOMS: Siri Vikman, CEO, and Rodrigo Gutierrez Benavente, Creative Director.


Exclusively, listen to the podd to get early access to the debuting drop from NOMS at nomsglobal.com.


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2022-02-08
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Decentraland?s fashion week and the potential of nuclear power (with Karolina Lisslö Gylfe)

In today?s episode:

How will a metaverse fashion week actually work?Our observations from Copenhagen Fashion WeekThe Nordic fashion prize winnersHighlighting 5 phenomena from The Meta Trend Report of 2022Inviting Karolina Lisslö Gylfe, secretary general at Ekomodernisterna, to talk car-free cities, nuclear power, and more.

Shownotes:

UNXD and Decentraland to host virtual Fashion Week in MarchThe Meta Trending Trends: 2022Boram Yoo wins the Designers? Nest Award 2022Svenska Ekomodernisterna

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-02-04
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Paris Fashion Week, virtual influencers, and special guest Andrew Tuck on the Monocle Book of the Nordics

In today?s episode:

Gucci and Superplastic?s use of ?animated synthetic celebrities? like Guggimon and Janky to push their new NFTs.Our observations on Scandinavian fashion, digital speakeasy afterparties, and more at Paris Fashion Week.Kanye West?s Stem Player.Andrew Tuck, editor-in-chief of Monocle, guests us to discuss The Monocle Book of the Nordics.

With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Roland Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-Large, and Erik Sedin, Junior Editor.


Scandinavian MIND Weekly is our show about current trends and events within business, tech, fashion, design, culture, and more. From the Nordic perspective of our team of editors and contributors.


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2022-01-28
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