ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a pioneer of cutting-edge technology in electrification products, robots, motors and drives, industrial automation and power grids. We serve customers in energy, industry, transportation and infrastructure worldwide. With over 125 years of innovation, ABB today creates the future of industrial digitalization, driving the energy change and the fourth industrial revolution. ABB operates in more than 100 countries and has approximately 132,000 employees.


Ericsson is a world leader in communications technology and associated services with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. We have more than 111,000 employees and have since 1876 provided customers in 180 countries with solutions and services. Together we build a more connected future where all individuals and all industries are able to reach their full potential. Net sales in 2016 reached SEK 222.6 billion (USD 24.5 billion). Ericsson’s shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and NASDAQ NewYork.


Scania is a world-leading supplier of transport solutions. Together with our partners and customers, we lead the transition to a sustainable transport system. In 2016, we delivered 73 100 trucks, 8,300 buses and 7,800 industrial and marine engines to our customers. Our turnover was almost SEK 104 billion, of which 20 per cent consisted of service-related services. Scania was founded in 1891 and is today represented in more than 100 countries, with more than 46,000 employees. Research and development is concentrated in Sweden, with branches in Brazil and India. Production takes place in Europe, Latin America and Asia, with regional product centers in Africa, Asia and Eurasia. Scania is part of the Volkswagen Truck & Bus.


Skanska is one of the world’s leading project development and construction companies within housing and construction and development of residential and commercial premises. In Sweden, the company has approximately 9 600 employees. Revenue for construction activities are amounted to approximately 32 billion SEK in 2016. Housing development activities sold around 2,600 new homes in 2016. Skanska also offers public private partnership services.


Telia has played an important role in the societal development in Sweden for more than a century by enabling people and businesses to communicate in new ways. Today, Telia has an engine in our current most important societal trend: the digitalization and development of the smart and sustainable society. Telia and its wholly owned subsidiary, Cygate, help companies and public entities to capture the potential of digitization by delivering overall ICT services (communications and related IT services), which is the backbone of the smart city and sustainable digital infrastructure of a sustainable society.


Royal Institute of Technology – KTH

Since the start in 1827, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) has evolved into one of Europe’s leading technical universities and an important arena for knowledge development. As Sweden’s largest university of technical research and education, we gather students, researchers and faculty from around the world. Together with business and society, KTH is working for sustainable solutions to some of humanity’s biggest challenges: climate change, the energy supply of the future, urbanization and quality of life for a fast-growing aging population. Our four campuses in the region gather over 12,000 full-time students, around 2,000 doctoral students and approximately 3,700 full-time employees.

Stockholm County Council

Stockholm County Council has the mission of giving citizens in Stockholm County access to well-functioning healthcare and public transportation. The county council is also responsible for creating conditions for the region’s growth and development as well as contributing to a free and accessible cultural life in the county. Stockholm County is the fastest growing county in Sweden with a constant influx of new people and new companies. More than two million people live here, one fifth of Sweden’s population. Stockholm County Council has 43,000 own employees and thousands more at different suppliers.

Stockholm City

Stockholm is a sustainable city where people want to work and live. Starting from the vision of a Stockholm for everyone, ambitious work is under way to develop the city of the future into a socially, economically, ecologically and democratically sustainable city. Stockholm is growing and the population is increasing. Consequently, new residential areas and new infrastructure are being built, but more schools, parks, preschools, libraries and gyms are also needed. One important reason why we are doing so much at once is that we have become more than 80,000 more Stockholmers since 2010, and the increase is continuing. By 2020, Stockholm’s city will have one million citizens.


Vattenfall is a Swedish state-owned energy company with approximately 20,000 employees and operations in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Great Britain and Finland. Vattenfall focuses on growth within business areas that drives the transition towards a more climate-friendly energy system, thereby ensuring a reliable and cost-effective energy supply. Vattenfall is one of Europe’s largest producers of electricity and the largest producer of heat. Vattenfall operates in all areas of the energy value chain: from production and distribution to electricity trading and sales. The world is in great need of finding new alternative ways for more climate-friendly energy supply and heating of households, industries and cities. Our goal is to be fossil free within a generation. We focus on developing customer-focused energy solutions. The Parent Company, Vattenfall AB, is 100% owned by the Swedish state, and its headquarters are located in Solna, Sweden.