We’re very proud to announce yet again, that MyMachine is becoming a bit bigger. A couple of weeks ago, the Cultiva Foundation has signed the MyMachine Norway License.
Cultiva Foundation is honored to introduce MyMachine in Norway. Cultiva was established 6 December 2000 by the Municipality of Kristiansand to ensure that a portion of the profits made from selling shares in Agder Energy Ltd. will be of lasting benefit to the community. The objectives of the Foundation is to secure jobs and good living conditions in Kristiansand by providing grants to projects which set up art, cultural, and educational institutions or organisations that contribute to innovation, development and competence-building within the creative milieu of Kristiansand.
Taking the MyMachine Norway franchise means that the Cultiva Foundation will pilot MyMachine in Kristiansand, but will take the lead in making it a nation wide program. Erling Valvik, director of the Cultiva Foundation, has signed the MyMachine franchise in November 2016 with the intention of building four Norwegian dream machines in the first pilot cycle, which will start January 2017.
Cultiva has set up a collaboration with the Agder University to manage MyMachine Norway. Inger Margrethe Stoveland is the MyMachine Norway Coordinator and will be assisted by Øystein Flemmen and Adrian Førde Andersson.
Read more here: MyMachine Norway