Press Releases • Mar 13, 2017 12:42 UTC
The Stockholm region is growing faster than the rest of Europe and the investment potential is estimated to be EUR 95 billion through 2030 in the areas of housing, infrastructure and innovation. A sweeping 340,000 new dwellings will be built, which alone will require investments at a record level of EUR 53 billion.
Press Releases • Jul 11, 2016 08:00 UTC
According to the periodic hotel report, carried out by Annordia at the instance of Invest Stockholm, a net increase in hotel capacity is anticipated in the City of Stockholm with a total of 3,700 new hotel rooms in the period 2016 to 2020. In order to meet the needs of the future, at least a further 1,500 rooms in the city are needed by the year 2020.
Press Releases • Mar 17, 2016 08:53 UTC
Stockholm’s economic growth continued during the fourth quarter of 2015. Total wages show increasing growth, unemployment is falling and the number of new companies in both the county and city rose. This is what The Stockholm Economy Report for Q4 2015 shows.
Press Releases • Mar 14, 2016 08:13 UTC
For the 23rd year in a row, the Stockholm region is participating in the investment trade fair MIPIM in Cannes, one of the world’s leading real estate and investment expos. The Stockholm region’s primary message during MIPIM is its investment potential of EUR 95 billion through 2025.
Press Releases • Dec 17, 2015 12:54 UTC
Business in Stockholm continued its positive development during the third quarter of 2015. Total wages show increasing growth, unemployment is falling and the number of new companies in both the county and city rose. This is what The Stockholm Economy Report for Q3 2015 shows.
Press Releases • Oct 08, 2014 11:59 UTC
The investment potential for the Stockholm region has increased by 15 billion Euro in the year that has passed and now amounts to more than100 billion Euro until 2021. It is mainly smaller projects that have contributed to the increase. Stockholm municipality's aim for 140,000 new housing units and extension of the subway are included in the calculation.
Press Releases • Jul 16, 2014 10:10 UTC
Positive development continues for business in Stockholm and wages show robust growth in both Stockholm County and the City of Stockholm. In total, 5,997 businesses were launched in the county while the number of bankruptcies declined. The labor market and number of immigrants have also had positive growth, according to Stockholmskonjunkturen’s first report 2014.
Press Releases • Jun 13, 2014 11:27 UTC
There is much to consider when moving to a new country. Stockholm is therefore launching a website for people who are interested in moving here or have just done so. The new site explains the advantages of Stockholm and offers concrete tips on things that it may be wise to keep in mind.
Press Releases • Apr 02, 2014 07:52 UTC
Payrolls, employment, establishment of new businesses and the population continues to increase in the City of Stockholm and Stockholm County overall. Housing construction reached one of the highest levels recorded in the 2000s, so shows Stockholmskonjunkturen’s report of the Stockholm economy for the fourth quarter 2013.
Press Releases • Oct 11, 2013 05:30 UTC
The growth rate increased in Stockholm during the second quarter of 2013. The private sector is performing well and after a long period of decreased business creation, the trend is now turning around. However, the labor market continues to weaken. These are the results of the latest Stockholm economy report.
Press Releases • Jul 23, 2013 11:30 UTC
The Stockholm wages bill is rising despite a falling off in the rate of growth. Sales are increasing somewhat while the number of newly registered businesses is falling and bankruptcies are on the increase. Employment levels continue to rise but, at the same time, so does the number of unemployed. These trends are revealed in the latest report on The Stockholm Economy.
Press Releases • Apr 18, 2013 04:00 UTC
Wages continued to grow in Stockholm during the fourth quarter of 2012. The biggest increase was in the public sector. Growth softened in the private sector; business startups were fewer and the labor market weakened with an increase in layoffs and the number of unemployed. However, overall employment increased at the same time. These are the results of the latest Stockholm Economy report.
Press Releases • Jan 28, 2013 05:00 UTC
Wages continue rising in Stockholm in the third quarter of 2012, driven by the private sector. All industries are experiencing growth despite mixed signals. However, sales and the number of new businesses are decreasing. Increased unemployment is contributing to a weakened labor market. Nevertheless, increased employment is an ongoing trend due to the steadily increasing population.
Press Releases • Oct 09, 2012 04:30 UTC
During the second quarter of 2012, total wages continued to rise in Stockholm, driven by a stronger private sector. Sales climbed in all sectors. Employment is still increasing, but at a more subdued rate. Construction is declining, but the strong increase in the number of people moving to Stockholm continues.
Press Releases • Apr 13, 2011 06:30 UTC
The Millennium films have generated substantial aggregate economic effects in the Stockholm region in terms of marketing, jobs, trade and tourism. That is the outcome of a new report produced by Cloudberry in collaboration with Oxford Research, commissioned by Filmregion Stockholm-Mälardalen, Stockholm Business Region, Sörmland Regional Council, the Municipality of Nyköping and Film i Sörmland.