Every year MultiMind organizes a summer festival, and at the end of August nearly 100 people gathered at the Ethnographic Museum on Djurgården in Stockholm. The party began with a guided tour through the museum’s global collections that represent thousands of years of human creativity worldwide.
“Choosing the Museum of Ethnography as a party venue felt right, just like us they want to emphasize diversity by showcasing the world’s different cultures,” says Kristian Andersson, CEO at MultiMind.
After the tour, guests were treated to a colorful buffet with delicious dishes from the various continents. During dinner, Erik Ullenhag, group leader for the Liberal party, spoke on the need to safeguard diversity. From 2010-2014 he was Sweden’s minister of integration and has extensive experience in the area. It was therefore particularly gratifying that he mentioned MultiMind as an example of a company that works to promote diversity in the labor market.
Through her headstrong artistry, fashion designer Bea Szenfeld proves that there really are no limits. She talked about her own journey from Poland to Sweden at the age of ten, and how she has chosen to work at the junction between fashion design and modern art.
Arranging an enjoyable summer event is an important part of the dialogue MultiMind wants to maintain with our customers, partners and consultants. To see photos from the festival, please visit MultiMind on Facebook.
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The Museum of Ethnography is one of Sweden’s four National Museums of World Culture, along with the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities and the Mediterranean Museum in Stockholm and the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg.