Public Debate on Crowdfunding in Norway: Potentials and Challenges
Public Debate on Crowdfunding in Norway: Potentials and Challenges
2018-07-10
The University of Agder School of Business and Law (Handelshøyskolen ved UiA) will  host on August 13th a public discussion about the status and future of Crowdfunding in Norway in cooperation with the Norwegian crowdfunding Association, during Arendalsuka.

Programme:
10:00-10:10: Welcome – Dr. Kristin Wallevik, Dean, University of Agder School of Business and Law

10:10-10:30: The Status of Crowdfunding in Norway - Dr. Rotem Shneor, Associate Professor, University of Agder School of Business and Law

10:30-10:50: European and Global Perspectives on Alternative Finance - Tania Ziegler, Senior Researcher, Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

10:50-12:00: Public Debate on the Future of Crowdfunding in Norway - including industry representatives, government officials, and experts.
- Sveinung Rotevatn – Liberal Party (Venstre) Parliament member, State"Secretary for Ministry of Justice and Public Security.
- Vetle Wang Soleim – Conservative Party (Høyre) Parliament member, and member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee
- Geir Atle Bore – Chairman, Norwegian Crowdfunding Association, and CEO of FundingPartner
- Rannveig Fadum – Head of Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovasjon Norge
- Camilla Anderson – CEO of SparkUp Norge and Andersson Invest
- Tania Ziegler – Senior Researcher, Cambridge Centre For Alternative Finance
- Daniel Ras-Vidal - Senior Innovation Adviser, Abelia
- Sigrun Syverud – CEO, Fjong
- Bjørn Kjetil Hellestræ - CEO, Spleis

12:00-12:30: Meet the Platforms – Opportunity to discuss and ask questions from Norwegian platform representatives

12:30-12:35: Closure and Thanks

Moderator: Rotem Shneor- Associate Professor, University of Agder School of Business and Law
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