Last week, Summa Equity gathered all our portfolio companies at the Via Summa Day. Via Summa is how Summa contributes to our portfolio companies’ journeys by connecting ideas, capital, resources, and competence.
The day was designed to share trends and insights, achievements and lessons learnt as well as to grow our collective knowledge. Reynir Indahl opened the day with his reflections from the past year, a panel of CEOs from our portfolio companies shared what they have learnt from working together with Summa and leveraging Via Summa tools, before participants joined workshops on sustainable leadership, design thinking and how to build a good social media presence.
Via Summa is being developed with the belief that by combining industry and functional competence with a business-oriented understanding of the SDGs, customer needs and other trends, we can co-create sustainable high returns. So, what trends have the most impact on business? Henrik Larsson-Broman, author of the book Super Trends, taught us to spot trends and he shared insights about economic altruism, happynomics and tribalisation, their impact on business and leadership, and how to turn them into business opportunities.
Watch a film about the event here:
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