Swedish Pavilion positions itself as the unicorn factory of Europe

Sweden is the birthplace of a long line of successful tech companies with global reach, and it also has one of Europe’s most active startup ecosystems.

Business Sweden showcases three talented startups from the region

Sweden is the birthplace of a long line of successful tech companies with global reach, and it also has one of Europe’s most active startup ecosystems. Stockholm is now known as Europe’s “unicorn factory” — with more unicorns per capita than any other city in the world after Silicon Valley — churning out billion-dollar companies such as Spotify, iZettle and Klarna.
The country’s forward-thinking culture and digitally connected economy have a lot to do with this success.
At InnoVEX, Business Sweden has set up its pavilion with the Swedish Innovation Lab and is presenting some of the most innovative Swedish technology companies.
Acconeer has a unique radar solution that creates new opportunities for human interaction with technology. The system is based on pulsed coherent radar technology and combines extremely low power consumption with high accuracy.
IMINT is a software developer that has
focused on intelligent sensor and data analysis for more than 10 years and is known for the Vidhance video enhancement platform for the consumer and industrial market.
Neonode Technologies develops advanced
sensor modules based on its patented optical
reflective technology. Neonode also develops and licenses user interfaces and optical interactive touch solutions based on its patented optical blocking technology.
The Swedish Innovation Lab was designed in collaboration with IKEA for Business. Visit booth A0817 from May 29-31 at the InnoVEX exhibit to get a taste of Swedish Innovation.

Swedish startups at InnoVEX 2019

BOOTH NO. A0817

Acconeer http://www.acconeer.com
IMINT weareimint.com
Neonode http://www.neonode.com

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