Turning an idea into a sustainable business can be challenging and overwhelming. By joining the Social Innovation Booster digital platform & community, you are part of a constant learning journey together with peers who are on the same journey as yourself.
This is where your Booster Program's take place, you will find all the material, meeting links and all the conversation here. This is also where you will meet your peers, and where you are discussing topics that are relevant for the growth of your idea, business and yourself.
As a member, you are invited to our monthly meetings, a live online discussion centered around a specific theme, where you learn from others as well as share your experience.
You are welcome to join the community even if you are not part of a Booster Program. On a weekly basis, you have access to articles, interviews, and answers to questions that you can't just google.
I believe there could be many more innovative solutions to our local and global challenges if more people got the confidence and the skills to design them. This is the purpose behind Social Innovation Booster
After working many years with service and business design, I realized that these skills are very relevant for social entrepreneurs but rarely accessible for them. Many early stage entrepreneurs spend too much time on developing products and services that don't have a good enough product market fit to create the impact that they are aiming for.
I wanted to democratize the access to these human-centered innovation tools. I created a digital platform and "Booster Programs", individual coaching programs where we work hands-on with designing service concepts, prototyping, branding and marketing each participant's social innovation.
Previous to founding Social Innovation Booster, I founded a service design agency in Sweden. I also worked for many years as a service and business design consultant, with a focus on designing purposeful and relevant services for the public sector in Sweden.
Today I live in the San Fransisco Bay area. When I don't work, I love to spend time outdoors with my family and with my dog. I used to run a blog on compact edible gardens, and it still makes me happy to grow my own herbs and vegetables. I also love to spend my time on supporting female entrepreneurs, I serve on advisory boards as well as volonteer as a mentor in accelerator programs.