Become a WLS partner
World Learning Summits and Roundtables have proven to be a success for a long time; as a meeting place, a forum for discussion and learning and a strategic arena for presenting ideas, projects and products. Our newsletters reach across the entire Nordic region and well beyond it — our mailing list reaches several thousand in about 25 countries. Our summits are typically visited by people from 20-25 countries. We operate a meriting Summit journal. EdTech companies are always present in a prominent way. Our keynotes are world class.
Marketing partners are profiled in our program and enjoy subsidized entry to our summits and roundtable events.
Networking partners are profiled in our program and on our website, with a set number of free tickets to our events. Networking partners engage in our program planning and receive first-level entry to special VIP events.
In addition to the previous, sponsoring partners are profiled in event programs. Featured events and high-level venus are organized in connection with sponsoring partners´interests – within our framework of research ethics and independence.
Previous partners include: Stiftelsen Fritt Ord, University of Agder, Norwegian School of Business, HStar Institute at Stanford University, Noroff, Norgesuniversitetet, DigIn, Open Innovation Lab of Norway, Innovation Norway, Norwegian General Consulate in San Francisco, Nordic Innovation Houser in Palo Alto, Nordic Innovation Center in Oslo, Norwegian Research Council, and more.
Bronze: Includes 5 WLS tickets
Silver: Includes 10 WLS/RT tickets
Gold Annual: Includes 20 WLS/RT tickets
Gold Bi-annual: 30 tickets / special events
Platinum: A special two-year partnership with the option to negotiate events and themes.
Future Learning Lab is committed to sponsorship transparency, sound research ethics and high-quality delivery. Sponsorships are based on board decisions and monitoring. The principal motivation behind all sponsorships is to obtain stability of a otherwise “hard-to-fund” research-research user collaborative network. All our financial transactions are independently audited.
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