Category: press

“I allow myself to change my mind” – Matilda Kong for a German magazineFeatured in: Club! magazine 

The co-founder and CEO of Ceretai, Matilda Kong was interviewed by the German business magazine Club! Diversity Tech – Made in Hamburg tells a story of Matilda’s career, as well as her path with Ceretai and plans for the company’s future development. The full article can be found on the 67th page of the magazine.

Ceretai + D:PULSE on a mission: Gender diversity in tech conferencesFeatured in: Marketing Börse 

Read the press release announcing the collaboration and use of our technology here. (German) Read the partnership announcement on D:PULSE’s web page here.

Game of Thrones: How much do its female characters speak?First featured in: BBC 

Read the article from BBC here Also featured in: Reuters Business Insider News Week SVT Kultur Forbes Daily Mail Stern Slate Politiken Whimn Standard t24 Dhaka Tribune India Today Globo Abs cdn The Jakarta Post Terra Panorama Inquisitr Bustle El Universal Miroir mag

Ceretai is one of Sweden’s 103 best ideas by young entrepreneurs.Awarded by: Företagaren and Almi 

For the fourth year in a row Företagaren magazine in collaboration with Almi has selected the top 103 ideas by young swedish entrepreneurs, and Ceretai is named one of them. See the entire list here.

Can the film industry become more equal and inclusive by analyzing the impact of norms on the industry’s business models?Press release by: Vinnova 

Read the press release here announcing Ceretai as the coordinator of the Vinnova* project to examine the impact of norms on the film industry’s business models and investigate what can affect the industry to become more equitable and inclusive. For the project we are receiving a grant of 400.000 SEK. *Vinnova is Sweden’s innovation authority.

Ceretai named one of the best impact startups in the nordicsAwarded by: Norrsken Foundation 

Norrsken Foundation named Ceretai one of #theimpact100, a selection of 100 impact startups who are building a business to solve societal and environmental problems. See our nomination page here.

The Oscars still tell us to listen twice as much to men.Featured in: Forbes 

Results featured in: Forbes. In a week the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) will present the Oscar winners of 2019. Awards in 24 categories will be handed out, with the most prestigious one being Best Picture. We all know the Oscars have faced quite severe accusations of inequality and lack of diversity…
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