Tor Jakob Ramsøy, CEO of Arundo, joins a select team of entrepreneurs and an angel investor to urge Norwegian government to utilize two percent of the Government Pension Fund on startups and develop a separate super-fund valued at NOK10Bn.
31 October, 2016
OSLO, Norway -- Tor Jakob Ramsøy has joined an elite group of entrepreneurs and one angel investor to put pressure on Norwegian politicians to recognize the gap in education for startups and IT. The demands include a digital branch in the government, obligatory programming class for elementary school level, a super fund worth NOK10Bn for investments in startups, and two percent of the Government Pension Fund on startups.
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