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About Katapult

Katapult Future Fest is not your average technology conference. It’s a three day festival in Oslo, Norway focusing on the combination of exponential technologies, impact investing, new forms of collaboration and the future society. Expect concerts, maker activities, hackathons, pitching, workshops, fireside chats, visionary speakers and of course, one hell of a party!

Right now, new and exponentially growing technologies are changing the world around us in extreme ways. Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Internet of Things, Robotics, Autonomous cars, Nanotechnology, Genomics, Biotechnology, Virtual Reality, Quantum Computing and 3D-printing will drive new opportunities and businesses to make a positive impact on our future society.

Through new forms of collaboration we believe these exponential technologies may accelerate our efforts towards reaching and transcending the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Katapult Future Fest will be the natural hub for collaboration, discussion and investments in impact businesses that will change the world for the better.

The future is uncertain, and exciting. We’re hugely looking forward to it. The only thing we do know for sure is that we won’t get the best of it without a high level of trust between us. That is why Katapult Future Fest will put this force of good at it’s core come May 2017.

Katapult Future Fest invites you to take part in these changes, make an impact and create the future.

Welcome to Vulkan

After a long, cold winter, our compact city is truly waking up when May arrives. You honestly won’t find happier, more energetic, more beautiful people than you do in Oslo in May.

To truly make the most out of the beginning of this season of endless light, we’re arranging Katapult Future Fest at Vulkan. An urban and excotic area surrounding the Akerselva river, which runs through the city with its waterfalls, surrounded by green parks and an abundance of restaurants, bars and unique little shops