10 biggest Stockholm tech startup stories of 2017
Another year has passed and while we thought 2016 couldn’t be topped, 2017 has been chock-full of tech success stories. Stockholm’s tech scene has experienced yet another year of extraordinary growth and innovation.
The Stockholm region's secret for attracting global businesses
Learn how cooperation with surrounding towns and regions helps Stockholm attract companies like Amazon and Zalando.
Does Stockholm have the answer to stamping out sexism in the film industry?
Amid the continued fallout following sex abuse allegat-ions against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, there may be lessons to be learned from the work taking place in Stockholm to promote gender equality in the film industry.
How Stockholm is building for social integration
Stockholm is the fastest-growing capital in Europe, and as the population increases so does demand for housing and public infrastructure. There’s much to be done to make sure this growth is positive. From building more homes to imbuing neglected neighbourhoods with a sense of community, steps must be taken to accommodate for the expansion.
Why family life in Stockholm is the dream
How do you balance a challenging career in the tech industry with having a family? The answer, it seems, is by moving to Stockholm.
Stockholm: leading cities' digital revolution
Street lamps linked to emergency services. Drones delivering milk to your door. It may sound like science fiction, but in Stockholm it may be closer than you think.
Symposium CEO Natalia Brzezinski shares her Stockholm favourites
What makes Stockholm the creative capital of the world – and what are the best places in the city to really experience the creative vibe? Natalia Brzezinski shares her insights.
8 reasons companies like Amazon chose Stockholm
By now you may have heard that Sweden is the best country in the world to do business in. It's a statement backed up by plenty of data and rankings on innovation, taxes, technology, and so much more. And Stockholm, the capital, is the hub of it all.
25 ways Stockholm has become more international in the past year
Everyone knows Stockholm is an international city. Swedes are some of the best non-native English speakers in the world, and 23 percent of the capital’s population was born abroad. People of more than 190 nationalities call Stockholm home.
Stockholm’s new skyline – exploring disruptive buildings and rooftops
You’re about to see Stockholm like you’ve never seen it before. Stockholm’s skyline is much like Swedish design in general: charming, but simple. Elegant but minimalist, with a few distinctive silhouettes offsetting an otherwise smooth, low line. City Hall, Riddarsholm Church, and Globen are some key landmarks spicing up the city’s silhouette at sunset. But Stockholm is changing.