Ruden Water present at the Norway, Sweden and Kenya Business Summit in Nairobi

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22-24 November 2022 a Norwegian and Swedish Business delegation takes place in Nairobi, Kenya. This is in connection with the official visit of Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden. The themes are agricultural technology, renewable energy, circular economy, digitization and investments.

Ruden Water is part of the plenary opening panel with the theme Pioneering Sustainability - Together. Central themes in the business programme are food security and energy. During the business summit these themes will be discussed in seminars and round-tables. More information on the programme can be found here: Norway, Sweden and Kenya (eventscloud.com)

The Norwegian Crown Prince is accompanied by Development Minister Anne Beathe Tvinnereim. State Secretary Anne Marit Bjørnflaten from the Ministry of Trade and Fisheries and State Secretary Wenche Westberg from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food are also part of the delegation.

Innovation Norway is responsible for the business program, together with Business Sweden.

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