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Stockholm is one of the most knowledge-intensive and innovative regions in the world. Our industry experts will provide information and assistance in making investments within each sector.
Stockholm startup giants
Thanks to successful startups like Spotify, Skype and King, Stockholm has become a global tech and startup hub. In fact, Stockholm has the most unicorns per capita in the world after Silicon Valley. International investors increasingly scout the city for the next rising star as many new companies thrive in the creative soil of talent and entrepreneurship.
10 things that make Stockholm a leading foodtech hub
Foodtech is set to bring about the disruption of the food ecosystem via technology and innovation. Places with a high degree of health-consciousness, sustainability, change-mindedness and technological maturity are set to lead the way. As one such place, Stockholm is a fantastic home to the burgeoning Foodtech sector.
How retail is thriving in Stockholm
The Retail Guide Sweden is packed with statistics, key facts, trends and detailed descriptions of shopping districts in Stockholm, making it easier for the international retailer to evaluate the Stockholm retail market and consumer.
High demand for additional hotels in Stockholm
There are currently 172 hotels and almost 22.800 rooms in the city of Stockholm. Over the next five years a further 4,900 rooms will be added to the hotel market in the county, 1,200 of which will be in the City of Stockholm. The county’s supply of rooms is forecast to increase by more than 1,000 rooms a year up until 2022.