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Hello World! – digital competence made accessible to all children

As a global leader in digital transformation, Capgemini’s ambition is to help make the digital revolution an opportunity for all, and to provide a bridge between groundbreaking technology and society.

We have joined hands with Hello World, a non-profit organization which aims to help strengthen Sweden’s future competitiveness by promoting digital creation among children. As one of ther oldest main partners, we together aim to make digital competence easily accessible to all regardless of their social or economic background, to create a more inclusive and equal future.

As a part of this collaboration, we offers volunteers for their summer camps, pedagogical support and study visits, where children and youth gather to learn how to build simple programs, refine their design, logic, and problem-solving abilities, and allowing them to express ideas and creativity in unique ways.

“As a leader in digital transformation, Capgemini has a key role to play in the way the world progresses and in the way the societies are evolving. In Sweden, we expect a huge lack of programmers in the future. Hello World’s objective is to secure that Sweden has enough IT skills to secure the Swedish competitiveness in the future. So, our joint Vision is to make digital creation available for all children and youth in Sweden independent of earlier experience and to make digital creation equally interesting for girls as for boys.”

Lars Kullberg, VP, Executive Sponsor Digital Inclusion

Visit Hello World’s website to learn more about the organization.

Contact person

Lars Kullberg

Vice President, Head of Public & EUC Sector
Lars Kullberg is head of the Public & EUC sectors in Sweden. In addition to his role he also leads CSR for Capgemini Sweden. Lars brings more than 25 years of experience from the industry and has been with Capgemini for more than 15 years where he has held several leading positions in the company.