Quizrr featured in Dagens Industri

September 14, 2021

Quizrr co-founder Jens Helmersson featured in Dagens Industri discussing how the pandemic has accelerated the shift towards addressing the "S" in the ESG agenda.

Access the full article available in Swedish below, where our co-founder speaks about our digital training solution and the importance of addressing the people dimension of sustainability. The topic of social sustainability has never been more relevant, highlighting the “S” in the ESG. 

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