Brussels office

The Brussels’ Office is a part of the International Division at VINNOVA and monitors and analyses developments in the field of the European Union research and innovation policy. 

We acitvely work to put forward Swedish interests in Brussels and we aim to strengthen Swedish research and innovation in the context of the European research and innovation. We have good networks and provide connections to various stake holders in Brussels and people within the EU institutions.

The office is part of IGLO, a network of Brussels based research offices. More information about the different research offices in Brussels is available on the IGLO website.

Your office in Brussels

You are always welcome to contact us when you are in Brussels and to come by for a cup of coffee and a chat. Free WiFi-connection is also available. Please do not hesitate to contact the Brussels’ Office administrator, Josefin Ahlström, for further information on what we can assist you with.

Getting here

We are located in the European district, in the Nordic House premises on Rue du Luxembourg 3, right next to the Métro Station ‘Trône’ close to the European Commission's DG Research and Innovation, the Swedish Representation to the EU and the European Parliament.

From the airport there are regular services to the European district. Bus No. 12 (No. 21 on weekends and evenings) goes directly from the airport to Place Luxembourg situated less than 5 minutes walking distance from our office. Trains from the airport going to Gare Centrale takes about 20 minutes and from there either walk 15 minutes to the office (see map) or take bus No. 38 to stop Trône. Taxis from the airport to the office costs around 40 euros. Do not forget to ensure that the taxi driver accepts credit card payment, this is not standard.

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  • IGLOexternal link      - Informal Group of RTD Liaison Offices in Brussels

About us

VINNOVA is Sweden’s innovation agency. We promote sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovation and by funding needs-driven research.

We promote collaborations between companies, universities, research institutes and the public sector. We do this by stimulating a greater use of research, by making long-term investment in strong research and innovation environments and by developing catalytic meeting places. Our activities also focus on strengthening international cooperation.

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