SLL Innovation is part of the Stockholm County Council's overall innovation system, built through a partnership between key stakeholders.
SNITTS is the Swedish association for individuals and organisations that work, both strategic and hands on with knowledge exchange and dissemination of research and provides professional development for its members through monitoring the outer world, creating awareness and development of their skills. Members represent organisations throughout the Swedish innovation support system; within academia, institutes, industry and the public sector.
Sting is an ecosystem for for innovative startups primarily within in ICT, internet/media, cleantech and life science in Stockholm. The ecosystem comprises qualified business development supports in the form of a business incubator, an accelerator programme, a business angel network, a venture capital fund, a recruitment service, and an international network of investors, business contacts and experts.
SwedenBIO is the national non-profit association for the life science industry in Sweden. Sweden has an innovative life science industry, strong academia and world leading infrastructure for research and SwedenBIO is member-driven organisation with the mission to promote an environment bringing success and growth to the entire Swedish Life Science Industry.
The courses and symposium organized by Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (SAPS) (Läkemedelsakademin) aim at progress and high standards in pharmaceutical research, manufacture and medicine management.
Swedish Incubators & Science Parks (SISP) is the national association for business incubators and science parks in Sweden. SISP is a non-profit association with national coverage of members throughout Sweden with a focus on stimulating growth in knowledge-based companies.
Swedish Medtech is the Association for Medical Technology in Sweden. Today we have approximately 170 member companies. The diversity of the medical technology industry is reflected in the wide selection of products offered by our member companies. These include x-ray equipment, orthodontic implants, stents, minimal invasive surgery products, pacemakers, equipment for physically disabled, haemodialysis as well as disposables. Our member companies consist of both manufacturers and distributors
Swelife is a strategic innovation programme, funded by the Swedish Government via the Swedish innovation agency, Vinnova, and by the programme’s partners. We support collaboration within academia, industry and healthcare, with the goal to strengthen Life Science in Sweden and to improve public health. Visit the site for current calls.
The National Board of Trade is the Swedish governmental agency dealing with foreign trade and trade policy. The Board provides the Government with analyses and recommendations. We can inform individuals and companies with the regulations in other countries.
The Swedish Energy Agency operates in various sectors of society to create conditions for an efficient and sustainable energy use and a cost-effective Swedish energy supply. Our mission is to promote the development of Sweden's energy system so that it will become ecologically and economically sustainable. This means that energy must be available at competitive prices and that energy generation must make the least possible impact on people and the environment. In simple words, a smarter use of energy.