Sports and entrepreneurship are the two main favorite fields of the former sports coach who became prince of Sweden. Prince Daniel, son-in-law of King Carl XVI Gustaf, is on a four-day trip to the United States, right in the heart of the world of technology and start-ups.
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Crown Princess Victoria’s husband spends two days in California
Prince Daniel of Sweden, 48, has been in the United States for four days. His journey begins in Silicon Valley, connecting appointments, visits, seminars and meetings with decision makers from the world of technology. He is accompanied by a delegation of young entrepreneurs who recently received a scholarship from Prince Daniel’s Fellowship, his mentoring program affiliated with the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).
On March 15, 2022, Crown Princess Victoria’s husband notably visited Sila Nanotechnologies and the University of California. During this day, Prince Daniel participated in conferences and round tables in the presence of entrepreneurs, researchers and entrepreneurs.
Although this mission is described as one of Prince Daniel’s most important this year alone, the Royal Court has not yet published a full report on the stay. For the moment, the Court has contented itself with publishing the photos and a very brief summary of the trip on social networks.
We also know that Prince Daniel visited the Science Museum Exploratorium where he participated in a panel discussion with Elizabeth Blackburn, Saul Perlmutter and Paul Milgrom, three Nobel laureates.
This Wednesday, March 16, Prince Daniel participated in round tables on Nordic entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley at Nasdaq in San Francisco. He then visited Salesforce, NVIDIA and Stanford University.
After visiting California for two days, Prince Daniel heads to Seattle. This city and its surroundings are also known for their entrepreneurial culture and the companies established there are at the forefront of technology.