Sweden is the home of one of Europe's largest and most dynamic life science industries with world-class companies, internationally acclaimed science, and a proud track record of investment in tomorrow's innovations. The per capita spending on life science research is the highest in Europe, as Sweden continues to invest in remaining a global leader in health care and life sciences.
The Swedish Trade and Invest Council and the U.S. Department of Commerce invite you to join a delegation of U.S. General Partners within the Life Science sector looking to explore relationships with Swedish institutional LP investors and interested in meeting with Swedish life science / healthcare companies
- Meet Swedish institutional LP investors
Individual meetings at an intimate venue for fund managers to form quality relationships with Swedish pension funds, family offices, and asset managers
- Learn about the innovative life science industry in Sweden
Individual meetings with pre-qualified Swedish life science companies with a presence / interest in the U.S. market, exploring the potential of investing within the Swedish life science industry; and discussions with key industry stakeholders on trends and innovations in the Swedish life science scene
Registration and Questions
Register your interest below, we will contact you for more information.
For questions about the delegation, please contact:
Mr. Shaun Hundle
Business Sweden, Chicago
T +1 (312) 781-6242
About Business Sweden, the Swedish Trade and Invest Council
Business Sweden facilitates for Swedish companies to grow internationally and for foreign actors to invest in Sweden. With offices in 57 countries, we strengthen our country as an attractive, innovative and competitive business partner. Our innovation-friendly climate offers excellent investment opportunities in manufacturing, transport, science, technology, healthcare, design, and other industries. We are jointly owned by the Swedish government and industry, represented by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Foreign Trade Association.
About U.S. Department of Commerce
The U.S. Department of Commerce promotes job creation, economic growth, sustainable development and improved standards for all Americans by working in partnership with businesses, universities, communities and our nation’s workers. To drive U.S. competitiveness in the global marketplace, the Commerce Department works to strengthen the international economic position of the United States and facilitates global trade by opening new markets for U.S. goods and services. Commerce promotes progressive business policies that help America’s businesses and entrepreneurs. No matter where businesses are in their life cycle, whether just getting off the ground or looking to expand into overseas markets, the Commerce Department is singularly focused on making U.S. companies more innovative at home and more competitive abroad, so they can create jobs.
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