Located in Linköping, Sweden just an hour and a half southwest of downtown Stockholm, Mjärdevi Science Park is an attractive home for 300 innovative companies employing more than 6,000 people. Mjärdevi offers a broad base of support and activities to encourage and stimulate growth and success among its companies — from start-ups to multi-nationals.
Mjärdevi is located in East Sweden. This region of nearly a half-million people and 13 municipalities is Sweden’s 4th largest metropolitan area. The region’s borders are within an hour and a half from downtown Stockholm on Sweden’s east coast and just two and a half hours from Gothenburg on the west coast.
The park offers a stimulating and developing environment for knowledge-intensive companies. Regardless of a company’s size or stage of development, Mjärdevi offers access to experienced and professional business advice, finance, and internationalization.
A well-balanced combination of entrepreneurial and industrial competence is essential for the growth and development of every company. At Mjärdevi, there are no limits on a company’s opportunity to continually improve, develop and grow.
Facts and figures
Area: 70 hectares
Business premises: 190,000 m2
No. of businesses: approx 300
The largest residents of Mjärdevi are Ericsson, Releasy, IFS, Sectra, Lawson, Combitech and Logica. Major multinationals such as Motorola, Flextronics, Autoliv and Toyota Industries are also strongly represented.
- Connectivity & Mobile Broadband
- Visualization, Modeling & Simulation
- Vehicles, Safety & Security
- Software & Systems Development
Types of Companies in the Park
What is a Science Park?
"A Science och Technology Park is a space, physical or cybernetic, managed by a specialized professional team that provides value-added services, whose main aim is to increase the competitiveness of its region or territory of influenced by stimulation a culture of quality and innovation among its associated businesses and knowledge-based institutions, organizing the transfer of knowledge and technology from its sources to companies and to the market place, and by actively fostering the creation of new and sustainable innovation-based companies through incubation and spin-off processes."