About the Steering Group
The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) establishes the basic principles of federal innovation policy and fosters bilateral and multilateral innovation co-operations. It is also responsible for assessing the innovation promotion activities of the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). SERI is part of the Federal Department of Economic Affairs (FDEA).
Dr. Andreas Gut +41 31 322 11 07, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. des. Friederike Rass: +41 58 460 58 93,email@example.com
Ms. Colette John Grant, +41 58 464 91 43, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Peter Lindberg, +46 8 473 31 93, email@example.com
Business Sweden was founded in 1972 with the assignment to make it easier for Swedish companies to grow internationally. It is jointly owned by the Swedish Government and the Swedish Industry, a dual ownership that provides access at all levels throughout the world.
Business Sweden has a strong presence with offices in 60 countries worldwide.
Business Sweden works closely with trade associations, embassies, consulates and chambers of commerce around the world. It also cooperates with local industry, authorities, universities etc. on the local markets.
Ms. Maja Zoric, +43 1 402 35 15 23, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions from military defence to civil security. With operations on every continent, Saab continuously develops, adapts and improves new technology to meet customers' changing needs.
Its most important markets today are Europe, South Africa, Australia and the US. Saab has around 13,000 employees. Annual sales amount to around SEK 24 billion. Sweden has historically had an innovative business sector where Saab is one of a number of key players. Saab has long been one of the country's most engineering and innovation focused companies, where around 20 per cent of sales are reinvested in research and development.