As you’ll have gathered by now, we’re very proud to be able to say that MTF Stockholm¬†is the first multi-gender innovation event with¬50% women¬†participating in every single aspect of the festival, and features inspirational¬Women in the Lead¬†of every technology area.

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We‚Äôre honoured to welcome¬Matilda George¬†as our Woman in the Lead of industry innovation at MTF Stockholm.

In her role as Innovation Ecosystem Manager for Ericsson ONE, Matilda builds innovation challenges across the globe together with academia and industry to explore new ideas for incubation.

Matilda will be at¬MTF Stockholm¬†to guide and inspire new projects and new startups at the festival… and of course she brings together a passion for innovation with a lifelong love of music.

‚ÄúI am very excited to be part of the Music Tech Fest which brings together two of my key interests: music and tech innovation.‚ÄĚ

You’ll learn more about Matilda and her work at¬MTF Stockholm¬†in a live¬†indepth feature interview about her role driving startup engagement and building Ericsson’s ever-growing global incubator program. She’ll also reveal the Ericsson-supported project that connects musicians in real time without latency, using their latest 5G technologies.

It’s incredibly important to us that collaborations and inventions that start at Music Tech Fest are supported to go on to have a life beyond it. Matilda will guide and inspire new projects and new startups at the festival, to help give them the momentum they need.

You can read more about Matilda George here (https://musictechfest.net/matilda-george/)  Рand come and meet her at MTF Stockholm in partnership with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 7 Р9 September.

Thank you

Andrew Dubber
Director, Music Tech Fest

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