Motiv: Princess Madeleine arrives at Havshotellet in Marstrand for Innovation Forum, together with Secretary General of the World Childhood Foundation Anna De Geer and Chairman of the Board Jane Olsson Thorburn. Photo: Robert Eklund/Stella Pictures
On Friday 6 July, Princess Madeleine attended Innovation Forum in Marstrand.
In connection with the World Childhood Foundation's status as official charity of the Stena Match Cup Sweden, Princess Madeleine and Secretary General of the World Childhood Foundation Anna De Geer attended Innovation Forum. Innovation Forum brought together representatives from Swedish industry at a seminar focusing on the energy solutions of the future and energy for growth. The moderator was Lars Adaktusson, and the speakers included Group CEO of Stena Dan Sten Olsson, former President and CEO of Preem Michael G:son Löw, Fritidsresor's Information Director Lottie Knutsson and Chairman of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise Kenneth Bengtsson. The seminar concluded with a panel debate.
Childhood's involvement in the Stena Match Cup Sweden
Childhood's status as official charity meant that the organisation's logo was displayed on the boats competing in the Childhood Race, and a percentage of the sponsorship income was donated to Childhood's efforts to support vulnerable children. The annual sailing competition was held on Thursday, with prominent Swedes taking part under the guidance of international sailing professionals. The entrance fees for Innovation Forum were donated to Childhood in their entirety. Find out more about the World Childhood Foundation here.