HiLight by HiNation was featured in SvD Näringsliv. The article “Ljus idé på export” (in Swedish) talked about Linda Krondahl, CEO of HiNation, and her motivation for inventing the HiLight. Read the full article here (Swedish) and here (English translated).
July in Sweden generally means having the opportunity to go out and enjoy ourselves. In spite of the fun, we must still be aware of the many unfortunate people living amongst us. Now you can do your part for the society by purchasing our personalized Gift Certificate. The money will be used to provide HiLights to bring light to children & mobile charging to provide a daily income for their mothers. Find out in what other ways you can contribute here (in English) or here (in Swedish)!
HiNation was mentioned in an article “Entrepreneur with a view to the savannas of Africa” in the Swedish magazine entreprenor.se. The article talks about the increasing growth of Africa and the role that the newly established Swedish-East African Chamber of Commerce (SWEACC) plays in increasing trade between Sweden and East Africa. HiLight by HiNation was mentioned in the article as a product which helps the Maasai community in terms of charging mobile phones and also to earn money by selling mobile phone charges. Although growth is high and incomes are increasing in many African countries, the purchasing power of most consumers is still low. Linda Krondahl, CEO of HiNation, gave her take on this issue by stating that “In the future it will be necessary for us to collaborate with local players, micro-loan institutions or similar, who can take care of credit to potential low income consumers.” For the full article, please click here (Swedish).
Representatives for a number of foreign embassies met Swedish CleanTech companies at Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. We noticed a strong interest from 6-8 new countries, mainly in Africa and Asia. Read more.
Linda is interviewed by Swedish Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) about the vision to privide a high quality product for both high-end outdoor customers and off-grid users in rural Africa.