VINNOVA is The Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, which strengthens Sweden's innovativeness, aiding sustainable growth and benefiting society. VINNOVA invests around SEK 2 billion per year and has about 200 employees, working from offices in Stockholm, Brussels, Silicon Valley & Tel Aviv.
Ms. Ann-Mari Fineman, Counsellor for Innovation Affairs & Head of the Vinnova Office in Tel Aviv, VINNOVA
Business Sweden is commissioned by the Swedish Government to support Swedish companies grow global sales and international companies invest and expand in Sweden. Business Sweden is jointly owned by the Swedish Government and the Swedish industry – a unique position granting access to networks that span all levels, including private companies, governmental owned businesses and other governmental organizations.
Sweden's foreign representation consists of approximately 100 missions abroad and 350 honorary consulates. In Israel Sweden has an Embassy in Tel Aviv and honorary consulates in Eilat and Haifa. The Swedish Embassy’s role is to represent Sweden and to promote Swedish trade, economy, research and culture.
Ms. Christine Björk, First Secretary, Embassy of Sweden in Israel
6 Jan - 20 Aug
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