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Investment potential in the Stockholm region: €111 billion

Investment potential in the Stockholm region: €111 billion

Press Releases   •   Mar 13, 2019 08:58 UTC

The planned construction projects within the Stockholm region show a total investment volume of €111 billion until the year 2040. According to Invest Stockholm’s report released today, the largest investment share is in housing, with an investment volume of €60,7 billion, followed by infrastructure investments in railway, subway and lightrail, with an investment volume of 9,6 billion €.

​Stockholm set out to be a leading foodtech hub

​Stockholm set out to be a leading foodtech hub

Press Releases   •   Nov 20, 2018 11:44 UTC

Stockholm entrepreneurs, known for producing unicorns within music tech, fintech and gaming, have taken on a new challenge; to disrupt the world’s largest economic system, the food sector. Food loss and waste alone accounts for eight percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. A new food system, driven by tech and data, and geared towards sustainable solutions is being born in Stockholm.

Stockholm ranks the most popular destination for international retailers in the Nordic region

Stockholm ranks the most popular destination for international retailers in the Nordic region

Press Releases   •   Nov 14, 2018 08:56 UTC

Retail Guide Sweden 2018 is here, taking the temperature of the retail market in Stockholm. An analysis of international retail brand entrants shows that Stockholm has the highest presence of international retailers compared to its Nordic peers. Swelling retail sales, high population growth and a large increase in shopping tourism are some of the factors that explain Stockholm's popularity.

Stockholm Hotel Report: Demand for additional hotels in Stockholm

Stockholm Hotel Report: Demand for additional hotels in Stockholm

Press Releases   •   Oct 18, 2018 08:21 UTC

​Despite a substantial increase in the number of hotel rooms in Stockholm last year, the demand for more hotels in the Swedish capital continues to develop. Changed travel habits, a growing middle class in Asia and cheaper flights have contributed to the increase in the proportion of private hotel guests, which is now almost as big as the business segment.

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