Large corporations such as Ericsson, Atlas Copco and Sandvik are all well-known and originating from technological innovations. In recent years, companies like Skype and Spotify, has been strengthening Sweden as a country of innovation. But which of today’s technology companies have the potential to become international starts of tomorrow?
Affärsvärlden and Ny Teknik initiated the 33-list six years ago and the list is a comprehensive review of Sweden’s hottest and youngest tech companies. This year, Business Sweden is a partner to the initiative.
- Within the framework of Business Sweden’s assignment we want to inspire Swedish companies to increase internationalisation efforts. By demonstrating how companies have dared and succeeded we want to encourage other companies to embark on the same path. The 33-list is an excellent way of doing so, says Kristina Windrup Olander, Director of Public Affairs and Corporate Communications, at Business Sweden.
The 33-list is based on nominations by companies from all over Sweden. To qualify for nomination, a company must:
- Be based on an innovation
- Been active for a maximum of seven years, commencing in 2009 or later, according to the Swedish Companies Registration Office
- Not being listed on any kind of market place
Nominations are reviewed by the editorial staff of Ny Teknik and Affärsvärlden which also appoints the final winners.
For additional information, contact:
Elisabeth Somp, Head of Media Relations at Business Sweden
T: +46(0)72-540 93 38 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Sweden’s purpose is to help every Swedish company to reach their full international potential and companies abroad to reach their full potential through investments in Sweden. We help our customers through strategic advice and hands-on support. Business Sweden is owned by the Swedish Government and the industry. Business Sweden was founded on the first of January, 2013, by a merger of the Swedish Trade Council (Exportrådet) and Invest Sweden.