- Why bright minds from across the world are choosing to live in Stockholm
If the world is your oyster, where do you choose to go and why? Today, many talented people decide by looking firstly for a city that fits their lifestyle – and then for the right job opportunities.
- Gluing the fintech ecosystem together
For Michal Gromek, collaboration is key. After moving from Berlin to Stockholm in 2014 he made it his mission to ensure that the city’s flourishing fintech startups, scaleups and unicorns didn’t get trapped in silos that would hamper their growth.
- Stockholm code school means business about closing the gender gap
For decades women have been underrepresented in technology roles. Post-corona economic recovery strategies might be a good opportunity for the tech industry to embrace gender diversity due to the current shortage of women in tech
- Six reasons to include a Stockholmer in your digital circle
Your personal relationships are vital – in your career and in life. In fact, they actively shape who you are; the motivational speaker Jim Rohn famously asserted that “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”.
- Wave of investments washes over Västerås
In the space of one very hectic week Västerås further cemented its position as a key northern European hub for innovation in multiple sectors.
- Valneva and Karolinska Institutet in focus as Stockholm coronavirus vaccine hunt intensifies
Never before has the world seen the search for a vaccine proceed so quickly. Here we examine two COVID-19 projects in the Stockholm region that have already reached advanced stages.
- Why the Spotify model works for wealth management
As wealth management firms move towards cutting out the middlemen, a trend already seen in the travel and music industries, dozens of companies in Stockholm are poised to break the mould.
- Stockholm firm brings transparency to the cryptocurrency market
Frank Schuil, the CEO of Safello, decided to embark on the journey of innovating in the cryptocurrency space in 2013 and base his company in Stockholm. When he first moved to Stockholm it was nearly unthinkable that a cryptocurrency company could reach 140,000 customers by Q3 2020.
- Stockholm launches unique new business advisory service
The City of Stockholm has announced the launch of a unique new service that promises to smooth the process of starting a company.
- Stockholm is Europe's third-biggest hub for global headquarters
Stockholm is home to 22 global multinational corporations, a figure that puts the region third in Europe behind London and Paris, according to a new report from Invest Stockholm and Region Stockholm. Foreign companies account for 85 percent of the headquarters in Stockholm, the report says.