BSCC Annual Award 2020

Elsa Bernadotte, co-founder of Karma

One-third of all food produced is thrown away annually, resulting in 1.3 billion tonnes of waste worldwide. Karma enables rescuing unsold meals. Since it’s founding, Karma, in part spearheaded by Elsa Bernadotte, has taken on a role of educating and re-evaluating the food industry. With digital transformation, speaking to a broad spectrum of consumers, producers and enablers, Elsa solidly represents a new generation of thoughtleaders. How food is perceived is now elevated in UK politics, with former prime minister, Gordon Brown, taking a stand; “A no deal Brexit threatens the UK’s food supply chain. Imports of almost a third of our food could be subject to disruption.” With presence in the UK, Karma promotes and fosters the special relationship that exists between Sweden and UK.

About the BSCC Annual Award

The BSCC Annual Award has, during previous years been awarded someone from either the area of sports or culture, charity and last year business. Previous winners include Colin Nutley, Peter Jöback, Daniel Harding and Tony Irving, Hedvig Lindahl, Sophie Dow, The Salvesen Mindroom Centre and Håkan Buskhe, SAAB. The BSCC Annual Award is awarded someone that has done something exceptionally to further the special relationship that exists between Sweden and the UK.

This link becomes increasingly important to underline and support as we are coming to an end of the Transition Period. We are very keen to continue to highlight and support the future trading links between our countries, innovation, entrepreneurship, digital transformation and sustainability.

Click here to watch the prize ceremony, recorded at Advokatfirman Cederquist on 1 December.

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