The Swedish Institute’s (SI) new exhibition “Innovative Sweden” was inaugurated in November 2011 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley. Innovative Sweden exhibition is part of the SI focus on the theme of Innovative Sweden and aims to strengthen the knowledge of Sweden’s position as one of the world’s most innovative countries with technology products and services at the forefront.
“Sweden has a tradition of world-class innovation and through Spaceport Sweden we have a unique opportunity to strengthen the image of Sweden as an innovative and creative knowledge economy,” said Inger Envall, Project manager Innovative Sweden.
Among several hundreds of companies have more than 20 selected along with innovative ventures where Spaceport Sweden is presented as a unique pioneering efforts and creative hub above the Arctic Circle where the pilot project “Creative Space” is highlighted under the theme: “The Keyfactor in Creating Innovative Hotspots”.
The Swedish Institute (SI) is a public agency that promotes interest and confidence in Sweden around the world. SI seeks to establish cooperation and lasting relations with other countries through strategic communication and exchange in the fields of culture, education, science and business. SI also supports Swedish language instruction at foreign universities. SI works closely with Swedish embassies and consulates around the world.
The exhibition “Innovative Sweden” will travel the world until end of 2013 and to read more visit: http://www.si.se/English/Navigation/Current-projects/Innovations/