Pontus Braunerhjelm Chairs Swedish Entrepreneurship Committee

The Swedish government appoints an Entrepreneurship Committee with the task of reviewing corporate tax rates and conditions to start, operate, develop and own businesses in Sweden. Pontus Braunerhjelm, CEO at the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Professor at the Royal Institute of Engineering, is designated as the Chairman of the Committee. Read more »

Join us for Stockholm Philanthropy Symposium May 21

We will be discussing creative philanthropy and the rapid rise of social innovation, social entrepreneurs and young philanthropists. Among the speakers you will find Jerónimo Calderón and Trista Harris as well as Alexander Buffett Rozek and many more.  

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Research on Corporate Entrepreneurship Rewarded with 100 000 Euros

The 2014 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research is awarded to Professor Shaker Zahra, Professor of Strategy and Robert E. Buuck Chair of Entrepreneurship at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Global Award is the leading international award in entrepreneurship research.

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New anthology covers 20 years of Entrepreneurship Research

Authored by awardees of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, the anthology 20 years of Entrepreneurship Research - From small business dynamics to entrepreneurial growth and societal prosperity tells the story about entrepreneurship research over the past 20 years and mark the 20th anniversary of Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum.

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A changing global innovation landscape

Swedish firms are at the forefront of global innovation activites. Sweden is ranked no.1 in R&D investments among OECD countries to China and India, the top destinations for R&D offshoring and innovation collaborations. A new report maps the challenges and opportunities associated with a changing global innovation landscape.

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Past, Present, and Future of Business Regulation

On 20-21 Februari, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum's Research Manager Johan Eklund participates in the World Bank conference Doing Business: Past, Present and Future of Business Regulation in Washington DC. The conference brings together academics, World Bank Group staff and development professionals from around the world to discuss the impact of regulatory reform and to guide the Doing Business report project in the years to come.

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