Nordic Scaleup Summit and Scaleup Awards is the premier gathering of leading founders, business leaders, investors and policymakers from the Nordics. The purpose is to celebrate Nordic high-growth scaleups and the entrepreneurs that run the companies, a well as their achievements and impact in the Nordic economy and society.
Nordic Scaleup Summit
Nordic Scaleup Summit will showcase Nordic success stories. The goal is to raise awareness about the importance of scaleups and find recipes for successfully scaling a business globally. The Summit will provide you a unique opportunity to network with your peers and thought leaders from the Nordics.
Join us and take part in the Summit on 9 March 2022 at 13:30 – 16:00 at Grand Hotel Stockholm.
Please note that the date is still tentative and may be subject to change. The event will, however, be held in Stockholm.
More information about participation will follow.
Nordic Scaleup of the Year Award
Nordic Scaleup Awards is the first and only Nordic award dedicated to scaleups. It is also one-of-a-kind award with a regional focus covering the five Nordic countries. Entry is open to all Nordic scaleup companies who fulfil the eligibility criteria and who can demonstrate best-of-class business performance. However, a modern Nordic scaleup company concentrates on more than just growth at any cost. As a scaleup, you also emphasize sustainability, diverse and inclusive company culture and transition to a greener economy. The Nordic Scaleup Awards is free of charge to enter.
By nominating your company you can receive high-level visibility and exposure in the Nordics. The Awards ceremony will take place on 9 March at 17:15 – 20:00 at Grand Hotel Stockholm.
- Company is registered in one of the Nordic countries
- Annual revenue at minimum of 2M€
- Personnel of at least 10 people
- Annual growth figures of at least 20% in the past 3 years
The winner will be decided by a jury consisting of experts and experienced entrepreneurs.
The Nordic Scaleup Summit and Scaleup Awards is held in collaboration with Dagens Industri.