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We have been featured in the press this previous year, in everything from one of the largest web publications for entrepreneurs to modest blogs.

Would you like to write about us? Scroll down to find contacts, pictures and press releases.
These Young Entrepreneurs Are Focusing Their Efforts On The Sustainable Development Goals
We were featured in Fast Company and according to a measurement performed by Meltwater™ the news article written in Fast Company achieved more than 6 million hits. This article was written during our global conference in 2017 the 23rd of August.
The Impact of Young Minds Driven by Purpose
We got featured in HuffPost (formerly The Huffington Post and sometimes abbreviated HuffPo) is a liberal American news and opinion website and blog that has both localized and international editions. The article focuses on the history of YSI and its growth the last years.
Beating 10000 youth from 170 countries, 5 out of 25 YSI winners are from Pakistan
For our global program in 2017 we had a proportionally large number of selected participants from Pakistan. PakWired is an online platform, providing information related to business, technology, and the startup culture in Pakistan.
Suddenly has a network of 10000 talents (Warning: Written in a local newspaper, Norwegian language)
Dagen Næringsliv is the biggest local newspaper in Norway focusing on business and in this case specifically on entrepreneurs. The article is focused on the growth of the network, one of the startups and our collaboration with Veidekke. You can use Google Translate if you want to read it.
Pictures and Brand
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YSI Global 2017
These are pictures from last year's conferences. If you need any help navigating please contact us.
YSI programs 2018
Pictures from the 2018 program.

Brand / Logo
Here is a link to our logo and brand material. If there is anything else you would like please contact us.
For the first iteration of a conference, a 25% success rate is not bad, Didrik Strøhm, YSI's innovation director, tells Fast Company. But it's not great, either. "The point of YSI is to create solutions that actually make real change," Strøhm says. "We don't want to be a company that talks about change but doesn't make anything happen."
Our press contact is
Didrik Strøhm
Innovation director
Phone: +47 93054387
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