Invest in Stockholm
Stockholm Business Region Development is the official investment promotion agency of Stockholm. Stockholm is widely recognized as one of the most innovative regions in the world – let us help you discover why.
Based on your needs our experts can help you get connected to the ecosystem of top-notch companies, universities and research centers. Through us you will find the expertise you need to build your business. Our service includes matching investors with opportunities, and providing advice and practical assistance, free of charge, in setting up and expanding a business in Stockholm.Contact us
Stockholm has become a hub for technology development, attracting talent from all over the world.
Jessica Nilsson, Tech investor and entrepreneur Northzone
Stockholm startup giants
Thanks to successful startups like Spotify, Skype and King, Stockholm has become a global tech and startup hub. In fact, Stockholm has the most unicorns per capita in the world after Silicon Valley. International investors increasingly scout the city for the next rising star as many new companies thrive in the creative soil of talent and entrepreneurship.
Recent investments - giants on the rise
- Klarna $120M
- Truecaller $79M
- iZettle $60M
- Trustly $29M
- KnCMiner $29M
- BIMA Mobile $22M
- Fyndiq $20M
- Tobii $15M
- Tictail $8M
Stockholm is one of the most knowledge-intensive and innovative regions in the world. The core investment opportunities are founded on innovation and tech, and our experts will provide information and assistance in making investments within each sector.
STOCKHOLM IS RANKED NO.1 IN THE WORLD FOR QUALITY OF LIFE, AS WELL AS ENTREPRENEURIAL ENVIRONMENT.
Pwc´s Cities of Opportunity 2014 index
Exciting changes in store for Arlanda Airport
Arlanda Airport has been selected by US Customs and Border Protection as one of ten airports outside the US where passengers can undergo immigration and customs inspections prior to departure, so called preclearance.
Stockholm waste innovation rewarded
Stockholm will have an opportunity to enhance its reputation for sustainability thanks to a €1 million award from Bloomberg Philanthropies. The money will be used to create a citywide project where residents' garden waste is converted into an organic substance which increases tree and plant growth.
Stockholm second largest Fintech hub in Europe
In the past five years, Stockholm-based fintech companies received 18 percent of all private investments in Fintech companies across Europe. The numbers show that Stockholm continuously attracts almost one fifth of the overall Fintech investments in Europe.