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Vinnova will support the implementation of the government's partnership programmes

Published: 13 December 2019

Vinnova is commissioned to support the implementation of the government's partnership programmes, which will gather power to meet important societal challenges and strengthen Sweden's competitiveness.

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The Government has decided on four partnership programmes that are based on Sweden's strengths in areas that are deemed to be important for future growth: Business digital transformation, Health and life science, Business climate change and Competency supply and lifelong learning.

The programs will bring together business, academia, civil society and public actors to jointly prioritize what needs to be done with skills, decision-making power, resources and networks to find innovative solutions that meet major societal challenges and contribute to Swedish competitiveness.

\"To meet the major and complex challenges we face, many actors need to gather strength in a common direction and the collaboration programs have the potential to open up to strategically important initiatives,\" says Darja Isaksson, director general of Vinnova.

Vinnova will support the implementation of the programs through process and method support, among other things. It is also about strengthening the international connection of the cooperation programs and supporting the government in the work of engaging other authorities.

Vinnova is also commissioned to provide support to public actors to work proactively with the rule and policy development needed to meet rapid technological change and change that meet social challenges.

Questions?

Ylva Strander

Head of department

+46 8 473 31 78

Ylva Strander

Head of department

+46 8 473 31 78

Last updated 13 December 2019

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