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Do you need knowledge of international trade or want to participate in a development programme? Here you will find an overview of seminars, programmes, mentoring and development programmes.
Start-up Sweden is a Boot Camp aimed at Sweden’s most promising digital start-ups across the country and run by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth. The Boot Camp allows 10 companies to expand their network with other companies, financiers, potential customers and partners. Businesses also get practical and concrete knowledge in business development, from other start-ups and from experts in different areas. Participation is free of charge.
Almi operates, on behalf of the Government of Sweden, the world’s largest entrepreneurship programme (per capita). The Mentor Programme lasts for one year and is divided into two different programmes – one is for those who are in the start-up phase with their company and the other one is for those with an existing company that one wants to further develop and create growth in. The mentoring programme Start Up a Company is free and the mentoring programme Grow your Company costs SEK 2,000 (excl. VAT) in administration fees.
Tinc Tech Incubator
TINC Silicon Valley is an intensive 4-week accelerator programme for Nordic technology-oriented start-ups. The programme enables you to validate and customise your business model for the global market. The programme costs and more information about the fee for each country can be found on the link below.
Business Sweden’s courses and training sessions in practical export work
Business Sweden offers courses in practical export work and international trade. A charge is made for the educational programme.
Swedish Customs’ Informational Meetings and Educational Programmes
Swedish Customs (Tullverket) conducts informational meetings and educational programmes around Sweden for companies engaged in international trade. The informational meetings are free of charge, however a charge is made for the educational programme.
Responsible: Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth