Here’s the world’s first leather alternative that is both bio-based and 100% plastic-free
Charles Rosier on creating a cult beauty brand — in five years
Bergans of Norway’s lightweight innovation for cold adventures secures Scandinavian Outdoor Award
L’OCCITANE Group’s Sustainability Director’s strategies to tackle the most urgent beauty industry topics
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Swedish mobility startup just previewed electric snowmobile, designed to last
Heima í Stovu is relaxation on a new level — on a remote part of the Faroe Islands
INSIGHTS / ENERGY SYSTEMS
”More cost-effective energy storage solutions is crucial for the widespread adoption of renewable energy”
This avantgarde editorial explores jewellery and design as imagined through the eyes of an insect.
Joel Hellermark’s decades-long speculation on artificial intelligence
Joel Hellermark was only 19 when he started Sana, an AI-powered knowledge platform he describes as the ”Google for companies”. Today, at 26, the Swedish entrepreneur runs a 3 billion SEK company that is expanding to London and New York. As artificial intelligence enters a new arms race, with Microsoft and Google battling for pole position, the question remains: can Sana compete with Big Tech?