Invitation – Jönköping-October 7,

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Jönköping greater and purest!

Application of 7 October

 


 
09.45-10.00
Mingle

10.00-10.50

Presentation

  • System BigBellly
    EWF ECO Sales Manager Richard P
  • The start-up in Jönköping
    Technical management unit manager Kjell Svensson
  • Jönköping second cleanest city
    Jönköping municipality Director Mathias Johansson


10.50 – 11.00

Questions about the future of Jönköping
Director Mathias Johansson, Jönköping City AB, CEO Jesper Steen, The property owners, responsible economic policy Mattias Peterson

11.00-11.30 am

Walking tour in Jönköping with demonstration of system BigBelly
Street park, supervisor Patrick viktorsson

11.30-12.30

Joint lunch
 


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