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Employer branding

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Only available in Sweden

KIDS HACK DAY @ your Company

Do you need new ways to increase the attractiveness of your brand? Hire us and we'll host a private Kids Hack Day @ your company for your employees and their families (all ages!). 

Creative teambuilding

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Only available in Sweden

1-2 HOUR WORKSHOPS

Are you looking for new and creative ways to combine team building with creativity and tech for your employees? Hire us and we'll give you an unforgettable experience.   

Social responsibility

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SPONSOR a kid.

Are you looking for new and creative ways to work with CSR and tech? Sponsor 1 or several kids participating in our robot courses at our HQ, Fisksätra Folkets Hus (civic center), home to over 80 nationalities.

Extremely fun and engaging experience. Forget marshmallow challenge for your kick-off. Do a robot race instead!
— Anna Gullstrand, former CEO Fröjd Agency
Carl is a very humble and inspiring individual who has a lot of experience in the field. Listening to how Kids Hack Day developed the Quirkbot product is also an incredible piece of story-telling.
— Lisa Lindström, CEO Dobberman
 
We hired Kids Hack Day to do a robot race as a creative teambuilding exercise during our company AW. I must say it’s one of the most playful things I’ve done, while also reminding me and my team about the importance of having many iterations in our design process.
— Lukas Rose, Senior Creative Strategist at House of Radon

 

Special offering

3 DAY’s Rube Goldberg Machine Challenge (only available in Sweden)

Particularly suitable for experiential learning modules in higher education.

Between 26th-28th of November 2018 Kids Hack Day was responsible for organizing a 3-day Arduino workshop at the vocational school Hyper Island where students learned the basics of Arduino, got to build their own interactive game and merged all of their creations into this giant Rube Goldberg machine that you can see in the above video, filmed by 2nd year student Benjamin Niklasson.

Interested in this offering?