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Enterprise SG launches programme to provide startups access to Sweden market

The programme will be run in partnership with Swedish digital accelerator Epicenter.

Local startups and tech small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will now have a chance to tap into Sweden and the larger Nordic region markets under the newly-launched program of Enterprise Singapore (Enterprise SG).

The eight-week-long Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) acceleration programme comprises activities such as online coaching sessions on Sweden’s business regulations and culture, as well as market entry strategies.

Participating startups and tech SMEs will also be able to take part in business matching sessions in the market physically and meet potential partners such as investors, research institutes, corporates, or fellow startups to explore partnership opportunities.

The GIA acceleration programme will be run in partnership with Swedish digital accelerator Epicenter and is supported by Business Sweden1 and Vinnova2.

Other details about the programme are avaioable at www.epicenter-accelerator-program-register.confetti.events.

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