Apr 04, 2013 07:00 CEST The European Association for the Study of Diabetes has chosen Stockholm as the site of its major conference in the autumn of 2015. The city will thus be hosting the event for the fourth time. The decision was motivated by Stockholm's good conditions and Stockholmsmässan's long experience in arranging international conferences. The region is also one of the world's leading in diabetes research.
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Mar 14, 2013 08:31 CET It is going to be easier for foreign investors to find partners in Stockholm and Uppsala. Stockholm-Uppsala Life Science Investment Hotlist is now being launched, a tool presenting the region's hottest investment prospects to investors.
Feb 08, 2013 07:30 CET On February 12th 2013, the 7th annual Swiss-Scandinavian Bio-Business Seminar is being held in Zürich, Switzerland. The conference offers a unique possibility to meet Stockholm-based life sciences companies on the cutting edge. Participants include: Aberabio, Binarybio, Biolamia, Biovica, Irras, Oss-Q and Xbrane Bioscience.
Feb 16, 2013 10:16 CET A positive momentum and large international interest means hectic year for promoters of the Stockholm cleantech sector.
Feb 14, 2013 10:30 CET Boasting excellent infrastructure and a strategically important location, Stockholm is perfectly suited for deliveries to Scandinavia and the Baltic region. And with changes under way, opportunities for international companies are opening up.
Feb 11, 2013 10:30 CET While most European countries' retail sectors have been hit by the debt crisis, Stockholm's continues to buck the trend. Income from tourism has also grown. That combination makes Stockholm an attractive proposition for potential investors, explained Thomas Andersson, COO of Stockholm Business Region Development.
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Mar 13, 2013 10:00 CET The Stockholm-Uppsala Life Science Investment Hotlist features a carefully selected top list of investment cases from the region. Curated by Stockholm Business Region Development, the list is a tool for investors focusing on innovation from one of the world's leading life science regions.
Oct 09, 2012 06:30 CEST 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.