The Nordic Health 2030 Movement was inspired by the gathering of over 30 leading decision makers across the Nordics during 2019, who all acknowledged the need for and the value in turning towards preventive health and agreed to develop a collaborative network for achieving this goal.
Scale-ups in the Nordics is supplementing and updating the first statistics on Nordic scale-ups, Scale-ups in the Nordics – statistical portrait 2008-2016. Carried out by the five Nordic statistical offices, commissioned by Nordic Innovation.
Oxford Research has in collaboration with TechBBQ carried out an analysis of corporate-start-up collaboration in the Nordics. The analysis is to addresses the following research questions: • What are the benefits of a corporate-start-up collaboration? • Why and how are such collaborations beneficial?
Climate change is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing societies today and action must be taken in a wide range of sectors – healthcare being no exception. In this document you will find five main focus areas connected to how the Nordic region works with sustainable healthcare.
The Nordic region is recognised for being at the forefront of technology, but digital platforms are currently used to a limited extent. In the report we look into the opportunities and barriers for Nordic countries to take advantage of benefits created by the platform economy.