Prime Minister visits LumenRadio to discuss the future
June 12, 2012
LumenRadio was last week honored with a visit from the Swedish Ministers in The Commission on the Future of Sweden (Framtidskommissionen). Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, Minister for Education and Science Jan Björklund, Minister for Enterprise and Energy Annie Lööf and Minister for Health and Social Affairs Göran Hägglund were the most prominent visitors. The purpose of the visit was to discuss how innovation, new technology and entrepreneurship can be encouraged and how Sweden can use new innovative technology like CRMX for energy savings and reliable communication.
The Commission on the Future of Sweden aims to identify major societal challenges that Sweden faces in long term towards 2020 and 2050. The Commission on the Future of Sweden is chaired by the Prime Minister and consists of party leaders in the government and nine individuals with different perspectives and from different parts of the Swedish society.
"We are of course flattered that The Commission on the Future of Sweden chose LumenRadio when they wanted someone to discuss the future of Sweden with. The talks we had were substantial and evolved around how new successful tech companies can emerge in Sweden and how new technology like CRMX can change society. We demonstrated our CRMX technology live during the meeting, and all participants expressed that they were impressed by our achievements and discussed how CRMX technology can impact more industries than just lighting. The best part was the open invitation they extended to us to come back to them if we had new input or new technology in the pipeline, they wanted to be kept in the loop" explains Per Hulthén, CEO of LumenRadio.