The 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index scores economies using factors including research and development spending and the concentration of high-tech public companies. In the battle of ideas, Sweden climbed to No. 2 and Finland cracked into the top five . The emphasis on research and development (no 5 in the world) has helped Sweden weather the economic
Sweden’s west coast has a bit of everything – cities, archipelago, beautiful nature and lovely beaches. It is without a doubt a holiday paradise and also interesting for business- and incentive trips. Here are two of our favorites:
The stunning town of Marstrand is perfect for events and meetings. Less than an hour
The Sauna is still hot in Finland!
For Finns, life without sauna is unthinkable, but for it to survive against competing leisure activities and an ever-quickening pace of life, it has had to adapt and diversify. By 2010 there were 1.5 million private saunas across the country; about one sauna for every 3.5 people. Thanks