How high-impact Stockholm companies are helping find solutions to coronavirus problems
Covid-19 has changed the way the world works in a matter of weeks, but fleet-footed Stockholm-based businesses are determined to ensure the city remains a hive of innovation and solutions-oriented thinking throughout the crisis and beyond.
Imagining the post-coronavirus world: six Stockholm traits that offer rays of hope
Change in the 21st century has been unrelenting. But now that the world has unexpectedly been forced to slow down, it seems clear that some changes haven’t come fast enough.
How Stockholm researchers are tackling coronavirus healthcare challenges
Outward-looking companies and organizations in Stockholm are drawing on reserves of resilience and innovation to forge new solutions to the global coronavirus crisis. In the first of a new series, we hone in on three initiatives that present groundbreaking solutions to international challenges.
Corona update: Support for companies in the Stockholm region
The safety of international and domestic companies in the Stockholm region is of utmost importance to us. We at Invest Stockholm are here to support you, and our top priority right now is to ensure that you can maintain operations in our region in the best possible way.
Stockholm – a cool, connected & climate-friendly colocation hub
Many of us take our hyper-connected world for granted. These days we don’t just connect with loved ones on our mobile phones; we bank, shop, navigate, watch and read on them as well. And being permanently ‘plugged in’ is a little like good health: you don’t think about it until you feel unwell — or until your favourite Netflix show unexpectedly buffers.
Six incredible studies to come out of Stockholm
Stockholm’s three main universities are working independently and collaboratively to improve the wellbeing of both people and the planet. Between them, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Karolinska Institutet are tackling issues like climate change, chronic pain and age-related diseases as well as shedding light on the universe as we know it.
Top 10 Stockholm tech stories of 2019
As the year comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the exciting innovations, new technologies, strategic partnerships and international recognition that made this yet another successful year for the Swedish capital.
Stockholm using urban planning to increase diversity and inclusion
Stockholm’s city planners and property developers are engaging local communities to build a safer and more inclusive city. Projects such as Bredäng, Husby and Kista are just the start of an urban development trend that looks set to characterise Stockholm in the forthcoming decades.
The retail guide to Stockholm and Sweden
Sweden stands out, as a global leader in innovation with a highly skilled labor force, smooth business procedures and an openness to international ownership. Our retail guide charts retail opportunities and provides hard facts and information about the market, demand and supply in Stockholm and Sweden.
Cutting edge food tech in Stockholm
Stockholm has more tech companies per capita than anywhere outside Silicon Valley. The city’s technology prowess rests firmly on Sweden’s focus to be visionary when it comes to all things technology-related. Food tech and clean tech are two of the sectors that are on the cusp of impacting the world far beyond the Swedish capital.