#openfika is just what it sounds like – a short open, online fika* session, hosted by Ekkono, on hot, contemporary and relevant topics, where a 15 minutes presentation is followed by debate among the participants.
The topic of the #openfika on Friday April 3 is “Show me the money! Business cases for smart IoT products.”
In #openfika #1 we said that you won’t make money on mining your customers’ sensor data. So, how can you make money on automated smart functions? This is the topic you attendees wanted the most. So, let’s talk about that. We’ll start by sharing our experiences, and we invite you to expand and challenge them, or even share your own? Set aside Friday 2pm already now for a nice hot cup of java and some inspiration. See you then.”
15 minutes presentation + 15 minutes discussion, debate and Q&A. At the end of the webinar we will let you decide topic for the next #openfika.
Now that’s a nice way to fika your way towards the weekend!
Swedes have fika (pronounced [ˈfîːka]), meaning “coffee break”. The tradition has spread throughout Swedish businesses around the world. Fika is a social institution in Sweden and a common practice at workplaces in Sweden. Fika may also function partially as an informal meeting between co-workers and management people, and it may even be considered impolite not to join in.