Julia Delin new CEO at SSE Business Lab
Julia Delin has been recruited as the new CEO of SSE Business Lab, the venture incubator at the Stockholm School of Economics. With prior experience as an entrepreneur and a good understanding of the different parts of the Stockholm entrepreneurial ecosystem, Julia brings the experience, capabilities and energy needed to take SSE Business Lab to the next level.
CIVICA - The European University of Social Sciences selected by the European Commission
CIVICA has been selected by the European Commission as one of the pilot European Universities. A total of 48 applications were received, of which 17 have been selected and awarded funding, as announced on June 26 by the Commission. The application of CIVICA received 92/100 points.
New international executive education program focusing on green bonds and sustainable finance
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education is now launching The Green Bonds and Sustainable Finance Executive Program – an international executive program focusing on green lending, green bonds and sustainable finance. The program is specifically designed to support banks in emerging markets in their transition to sustainable financing – a must to reach the global climate goals. The program is an international collaboration between several of the world's leading financial institutions: initiated by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, co-developed with International Capital Market Association (ICMA), and featuring program design by the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX).
From business idea to prototype in eight weeks
Today marks the launch of a new accelerator program called Activate from the SSE Business Lab, the incubator unit at the Stockholm School of Economics. Activate can be used by students and alumni who want to develop a prototype and begin commercial sales over a summer. The program provides ambitious entrepreneurs the support they need to quickly get to market.
SSE Executive Education still #1 in the Nordics
For the 19th consecutive year, the Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education has been ranked highest in the Nordic and Baltic regions in management and leadership development. Globally, the program has climbed to 16th place from 21st place in last year’s ranking.
Jan Ståhlberg receives 2019 SSE Alumni of the Year Award
Jan Ståhlberg, who graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics in 1985, has been named as the 2019 Alumni of the Year. The award is presented to a holder of a degree from the Stockholm School of Economics who has achieved professional success, contributed to society and supported the School.
SSE Business Lab välkomnar Mojo Stocks och Qyre till sitt inkubatorprogram
Appar som förenklar vardagen i två nischade branscher kännetecknar de nya bolagen som accepterats in i företagsinkubatorn SSE Business Lab, som drivs av Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.
High tech and cellphones in brick-and-mortar stores make shoppers buy more
Traditional brick-and-mortar stores are becoming increasingly digitalized, with digital displays, scent machines, sound showers, and cellphones frequently used as marketing elements in the store. In his doctoral dissertation “How Technology is Evolving In-Store Shopping Behaviors”, Carl-Philip Ahlbom, a researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics, explores how technologies affect how much shoppers spend.
Parasport Sweden and the Stockholm School of Economics to collaborate as Parasport takes the next step
The Stockholm School of Economics’ Center for Sports and Business is embarking on a new collaboration with Parasport Sweden to help boost the organization during its journey of change. In the long term, the ambition is for elite parasport athletes to perform at a higher level and for the organization to become more profitable.
Sofia Fölster named Female Economist of the Year 2019
Sofia Fölster is the Female Economist of the Year 2019. This scholarship highlights future female leaders and is awarded for the 18th consecutive year to an outstanding female student at the Stockholm School of Economics. Volvo Cars is the proud main sponsor and host company for the scholarship in 2019.