Since Sweden is ranked as the second most-innovative country in the world and with more billion-dollar tech companies per capita than any other city but Silicon Valley, it’s no surprise that Stockholm is at the heart of it all. I wanted to share some Swedish wisdom quotes on success in order to shed some light on the Swedish mindset on success.
The Swedish government has moved to sharply reduce the size of public gatherings, as it sought to come to grips with a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that has seen record daily numbers of new cases and growing pressure on hospitals.
Stockholm‘s Gamla Stan is where Stockholm began, back in 1252, and it is one of the biggest and best preserved medieval Old Towns in the world.
Expat Photographer – From Stockholm with love
Gunilla moved from Stockholm to Singapore to find her passion: Photography – Now she is celebrating celebrating being 10 years in business. Today she is telling us her story and why she has come back to Stockholm.
10 Stockholm facts you should know!
The first time the name Stockholm appears on record is in 1252, when Swedish statesman Birger Jarl used it in a letter.
Stockholm is often known as the ‘World’s Smallest Big City’ or the ‘World’s Biggest Small Town’…
In Part 2 of our German History of Stockholm, we cover the German influence on Sweden. From Gamla Stan and it’s Northern-German architecture to the German king (Albert III) who was a king of Sweden from 1364 to 1389…
What made you decide to move to Sweden?
Actually, this question is still interesting to me after 12 years. Coming to Sweden wasn’t a predetermined choice of mine, the initial plan was to relocate to my uncle in Spain. But God had other plans for me…
German – History of Stockholm – The Swedish-German relations are characterized by vicinity, affinity and understanding and are very good on many levels. Through these centuries, both countries have been close and their influence have been strong in both directions. Read more here.
Meet a local – I hope this series will foster an understanding between locals and expats. I hope we can find inspiration in the stories shared and hopefully strike up conversation.
With the weather warming up in Stockholm and summer on the not-so-distant horizon, many of us are starting to find ourselves itching for some break from our day-to-day. For Stockholmers in particular, there is often no better form of therapy than a staycation– especially at this year, when a global pandemic forces us to consider not leaving the country. Well at least we have Sweden for ourselves…