Prince Daniel visits Lund with Prince Daniel's Fellowship
The day began with a seminar at Polhem School. Photo: Stig-Åke Jönsson/TT
On Monday 23 September, Prince Daniel visited Polhem School in Lund and Lund University to talk about Prince Daniel's Fellowship.
At Polhem School, Prince Daniel, Melker Andersson, who runs a number of restaurants, Caroline Hjelte, CEO of Founder Enlarge, and Johan Skarborg, CEO and founder of Academic Work, spoke about their experiences of entrepreneurship. The visit began with a seminar at Polhem School, after which pupils took part in a round-table discussion during which they had the opportunity to talk about entrepreneurship with Prince Daniel and the experts.
Prince Daniel and Melker Andersson speak with pupils at Polhem School. Photo: Stig-Åke Jönsson/TT
In the afternoon, The Prince visited Lund University for another seminar, at which Niklas Najafi from SleepCarrier spoke about his experiences of entrepreneurship.
The Prince opens the seminar at Lund University. Photo: royalcourt.se
About Prince Daniel's FellowshipThe aim of Prince Daniel's Fellowship and its entrepreneurial programme is to inspire young people to become entrepreneurs, and to support a number of companies through mentoring. Prince Daniel's Fellowship has brought together a group of successful entrepreneurs and managers to form a council of experts who visit upper secondary schools, universities and university colleges in Sweden to inspire young people and to talk about their experiences as entrepreneurs. The expert council includes Daniel Ek, CEO and founder of Spotify, Cristina Stenbeck, Chairman of Investment AB Kinnevik, Niklas Zennström, CEO of Atomico and founder of companies including Skype, Filippa Knutsson, founder of Filippa K, and Hans Vestberg, President and CEO of Ericsson AB.