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Nordic Economics of Mutuality Forum October 15-16


The first Economics of Mutuality forum to be held in Scandinavia, this event taking place on October 15-16 will be hosted by Brandinnova, the Center for Brand Research at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Jæren Sparebank, and the Economics of Mutuality Foundation.

Through lectures, case studies, and discussions, attendees will explore how the Economics of Mutuality operating model works – and how it could be applied in their context to drive positive societal impact and enhanced business performance. They will consider examples from both emerging and mature markets across multiple industries, including Banking and Food & Beverage.

A key focus of the forum will be the topic of financial well-being, with time devoted to exploring how the business and finance sectors can address issues such as rising living costs, the digital divide, and lack of financial literacy in the context of the Nordic region as well as developing countries.

Expert speakers from the private sector and academia will be sharing their experience and insights at the forum, including Magne Supphellen, Professor of Marketing at NHH; Ole Rølvaag, the newly appointed CEO of Eika Okonomi and former Group Head of Innovation at Eika Bank; Colin Mayer, Former Dean and Emeritus Professor at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School; and Dr. Jay Jakub, Executive Director of the Economics of Mutuality Foundation and co-author of Completing Capitalism: Heal Business to Heal the World, and a contributing co-author of Putting Purpose into Practice: The Economics of Mutuality.

Further details will be released in due course. To register your interest and receive updates about the event, email hello@eom.org


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