TrueMobile Day 2019 Optidev, a leading provider of rugged mobility solutions in the Nordic region, is once again inviting world-leading companies, customers, students, and others interested parties to the TrueMobile Day on October 24, 2019 in Boras, Sweden.
TrueMobile Day 2019 will focus on how larger companies and organizations can take control and be in charge of their constantly evolving mobility solutions.
Speakers include Ashkan Fardost, who began his digital journey by “hacking” Napster to spread his music in the early 2000s. Since then he has spoken at TEDxBerlin, been trend spotter at the Swedish TV4 television network, and he was nominated for swedish speaker of the year in 2017.
TrueMobile Day 2019 also features international speakers from Zebra Technologies, SOTI, ASSA ABLOY and Honeywell. Among many interesting topics, ASSA ABLOY will present an innovative solution for handling future delivery logistics.
“Last year’s keynote speaker, Robin Teigland provided a fresh perspective on our industry. This year, we hope that Ashkan Fardost will shake up things and provide new ideas”, says Optidev CEO Fredrik Logenius.
Lydia Capolicchio was a big hit last year and she is returning as the moderator at TrueMobile Day. Edin Dzemat, food innovator and winner of the Swedish TV show “Kockarnas Kamp 2016” (the chef’s duel) will be in charge of the evening’s dinner.
TrueMobile Day is held on October 24, 2019 at the Boras new congress hall.
Optidev’s “coworker of the month” will be rewarded a generous amount of money to donate to a charity of his or her choice. This rewards program aims to create continuous focus on corporate social responsibility while building a caring company culture.
– We want to show our team members how much we appreciate them and at the same time strengthen our charitable work and focus on sustainability. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important part of our corporate culture, says Fredrik Logenius, Optidev’s CEO.
Appointed coworkers decide what charitable organization they want to donate the money to.
According to Fredrik, the idea of a rewards system had been discussed for some time, but it was first after watching a celebrity baking show on TV, in which the winner selects a charity as recipient of prize money, that the idea turned into action.
– I thought the idea of giving to a good cause and making the person (the donor) feel proud over his or her achievement was brilliant. It strengthens our company culture – something that is always worth investing in.
Marje Langseth Seimre, HR manager at Optidev, agrees with Fredrik Logenius.
– Culture is one of the cornerstones of a successful company, and it always takes precedence over structure. The structure of a company can be changed, but the culture takes a long time to shape and change.
Optidev has partnered with Great Place To Work, a company that ranks workplaces by evaluating and developing the organization’s culture, and has once again been placed on the list of Sweden’s best places to work.
– Our company culture is unique and it impacts everything we do. That is why it is so important that we continue to improve and develop our culture. The recognition of “the coworker of the quarter” is one of the puzzle piece that we believe will further strengthen our organization, concludes Marje Langseth Seimre.