Campus Flemingsberg, Neo KI. Photo: Martin Stenmark

Want to grow in a new market, establish production or drive sales in Scandinavia?

Flemingsberg offers outstanding research, education and training in everything from medicine and healthcare to economics, law, political science, engineering, music and journalism.

Here you’ll find support structures such as testbeds and innovation hubs. Flemingsberg is home to in-depth collaboration between academia, healthcare and business, especially in fields such as advanced therapies, diversity, and healthcare, including healthy aging.

Join the Flemingsberg cluster

Campus Flemingsberg is an attractive place for knowledge-intensive companies looking to locate close to colleges and a university hospital. The area offers highly developed infrastructure for product commercialisation, start-up incubation, collaboration projects and launches. One of Sweden’s largest legal centres is also located in Flemingsberg, along with new-build homes, supermarkets such as ICA Maxi and Lidl, hotels, gyms and sports centres. Retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment and cultural venues and educational opportunities mixed with offices, homes and parks are also planned.

We’re creating a thriving environment for innovation embedded in an urban fabric – a place where knowledge and creativity combine with business, residential areas and visitors to create sustainable growth in an open and welcoming environment.

WANT TO LOCATE IN FLEMINGSBERG?

Would you like to locate your business in one of the Stockholm region’s most important centres for training, healthcare, science, entrepreneurship and knowledge-intensive activity?

If you would like to locate your business in this region, we can put you in touch with the right people and contact networks. We know the local area, market and culture. We can quickly provide personal contact with key people for your future as well as potential customers.

KONTAKT

Björn Varnestig
CEO, Flemingsberg Science
bjorn.varnestig@flemingsbergscience.se
+46 708 38 04 59

Pernilla Boström
COO, Flemingsberg Science
pernilla.bostrom@flemingsbergscience.se
+46 703 35 25 77

An integral part of Stockholm’s life sciences cluster

Flemingsberg is part of Stockholm’s life sciences cluster. A cluster incorporating academic institutions, life sciences companies, and healthcare and medical agencies. Together, we conduct internationally prominent research projects. The Stockholm-Uppsala region is home to more than 550 life sciences companies, and the sector employs more than 23,000 people.

Further information is available in the factual material that Stockholm Science City has compiled on the Stockholm-Uppsala life sciences cluster. Stockholm Science City also provides a searchable map of life sciences companies in the region.

More than half of Sweden’s life sciences sector is based in and around Stockholm, and the region is one of the world’s most start-up rich. World renowned research institutes, Karolinska University Hospital, KTH and KI are also located here.

Together with some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, leading life sciences companies are creating a firm foundation for new companies, collaborations and an environment that drives development.

Stockholm’s Uppsala Life Science Investment Hotlist is a carefully compiled list of investments made in the region. The list is a tool for investors wishing to focus on ground-breaking innovations in life sciences. Invest Sweden updates the list continually with support from the EU.

Flemingsberg is part of Stockholm’s life sciences cluster. A cluster incorporating academic institutions, life sciences companies, and healthcare and medical agencies. Together, we conduct internationally prominent research projects. The Stockholm-Uppsala region is home to more than 550 life sciences companies, and the sector employs more than 23,000 people.

Further information is available in the factual material that Stockholm Science City has compiled on the Stockholm-Uppsala life sciences cluster. Stockholm Science City also provides a searchable map of life sciences companies in the region.

More than half of Sweden’s life sciences sector is based in and around Stockholm, and the region is one of the world’s most start-up rich. World renowned research institutes, Karolinska University Hospital, KTH and KI are also located here.

Together with some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, leading life sciences companies are creating a firm foundation for new companies, collaborations and an environment that drives development.

Stockholm’s Uppsala Life Science Investment Hotlist is a carefully compiled list of investments made in the region. The list is a tool for investors wishing to focus on ground-breaking innovations in life sciences. Invest Sweden updates the list continually with support from the EU.

A CENTRE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Flemingsberg also has a strong cluster of law enforcement agencies with policing, police training and a legal centre, all focused on training and research.

Södertörn district court is also located here, which began its history in Södertörn’s legal annals back in 1689. Today, Södertörn district court hears some 13,000 cases a year, making it one of Sweden’s busiest courts. Its catchment area includes Botkyrka, Haninge, Huddinge and Nynäshamn municipalities, and Söderort municipalities Brännkyrka, Enskede, Farsta, Hägersten, Skarpnäck, Skärholmen and Vantör. These areas has a combined population of some 630,000.

In January 2015, Södertörn University welcomed its first intake of some 170 trainee police officers. Today, around 1,000 police cadets are trained at Södertörn University. Being a police officer is complex and requires constant reskilling and updating of knowledge in many areas. Modern police training that hones relevant skills is necessary to meet these demands and challenges.

The future of police training
With Swedish police training conducted at a university, students enjoy access to many other courses, which in turn encourages integration and joint activities with other groups of students. Trainee police officers also have great opportunities to benefit from research in relevant fields while studying. Students are in a campus environment that incorporates a wide variety of people and proximity to everyday situations that police typically encounter: a hospital, a court, fellow police officers, schools and social services.

A HUB FOR CREATIVE ARTS

University College of Music Education in Stockholm (SMI) and art college Idun Lovén ensure that Flemingsberg grows as a cultural centre and hub for the creative arts

SMI offers a unique educational experience that provides a solid and formal pedagogical grounding in a variety of contexts, teaching styles and assignments based on independent learning didactics. Here, you can train to become an instrument teacher, a voice coach or a logonom.

Idun Lovén art college is owned and run by artists. Every member of teaching staff is an active, practicing artist. Teaching is characterized by tutors’ own concrete artistic knowledge and experiences. This guarantees close and continuous reference to current artistic trends. The college offers two two-year courses, one in sculpture and one in painting.

One of the proposals for the further development of Flemingsberg involves the construction of a 16,000-capacity arena, (Globen in Stockholm holds 13,850). It would primarily be a concert venue, but could also be used for conferences and sports such as hockey, basketball and handball, similar to Royal Arena in Copenhagen. This proposal remains on the drawing board and is currently at a very early stage of development with no formal decisions yet taken. If it does get the go-ahead, it would create opportunities to attract major cultural events to Flemingsberg.

A CENTRE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Flemingsberg also has a strong cluster of law enforcement agencies with policing, police training and a legal centre, all focused on training and research.

Södertörn district court is also located here, which began its history in Södertörn’s legal annals back in 1689. Today, Södertörn district court hears some 13,000 cases a year, making it one of Sweden’s busiest courts. Its catchment area includes Botkyrka, Haninge, Huddinge and Nynäshamn municipalities, and Söderort municipalities Brännkyrka, Enskede, Farsta, Hägersten, Skarpnäck, Skärholmen and Vantör. These areas has a combined population of some 630,000.

In January 2015, Södertörn University welcomed its first intake of some 170 trainee police officers. Today, around 1,000 police cadets are trained at Södertörn University. Being a police officer is complex and requires constant reskilling and updating of knowledge in many areas. Modern police training that hones relevant skills is necessary to meet these demands and challenges.

The future of police training
With Swedish police training conducted at a university, students enjoy access to many other courses, which in turn encourages integration and joint activities with other groups of students. Trainee police officers also have great opportunities to benefit from research in relevant fields while studying. Students are in a campus environment that incorporates a wide variety of people and proximity to everyday situations that police typically encounter: a hospital, a court, fellow police officers, schools and social services.

A HUB FOR CREATIVE ARTS

University College of Music Education in Stockholm (SMI) and art college Idun Lovén ensure that Flemingsberg grows as a cultural centre and hub for the creative arts

SMI offers a unique educational experience that provides a solid and formal pedagogical grounding in a variety of contexts, teaching styles and assignments based on independent learning didactics. Here, you can train to become an instrument teacher, a voice coach or a logonom.

Idun Lovén art college is owned and run by artists. Every member of teaching staff is an active, practicing artist. Teaching is characterized by tutors’ own concrete artistic knowledge and experiences. This guarantees close and continuous reference to current artistic trends. The college offers two two-year courses, one in sculpture and one in painting.

One of the proposals for the further development of Flemingsberg involves the construction of a 16,000-capacity arena, (Globen in Stockholm holds 13,850). It would primarily be a concert venue, but could also be used for conferences and sports such as hockey, basketball and handball, similar to Royal Arena in Copenhagen. This proposal remains on the drawing board and is currently at a very early stage of development with no formal decisions yet taken. If it does get the go-ahead, it would create opportunities to attract major cultural events to Flemingsberg.

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