From Smart Cities to Wise Cities

Already a point of reference for the Nordic community, the 3rd edition of Nordic Smart Cities is returning this year with a wide range of perspectives and opportunities for the smart and sustainable development of our cities and societies.

The event, hosted at Stockholmsmässan will double in size, expecting more than 400 attendees and including a great expo area dedicated to the very latest and smartest solutions. Nordic Smart Cities is the leading Nordic event for city development and also the meeting point for city representatives, elected officials and innovative solution providers.

MEET OUR SPEAKERS

Nordic Smart Cities 2017 is bringing to you the best line-up of speakers from Cities, Municipalities & Research Institutes across Europe. With a mix of politicians, smart city project leaders & professors this promises to be the most exciting edition of the event to date.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to listen, learn and engage with our speakers and 400+ attendees over the course of 2 great days in Stockholm.

A new feature for 2017 is the Nordic Smart Cities Research Lab – bringing to you the very latest smart city research projects from Universities & Research Institutes across the region.

Become a Speaker
Ulf Kamne

City of Gothenburg

Ulf Kamne Deputy Mayor
Hans Lindberg

Municipality of Umeå

Hans Lindberg Mayor
Tomas Häyry

Municipality of Vaasa

Tomas Häyry Mayor

AGENDA

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SPONSORS

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SUPPORTING PARTNERS

  • Convivial atmosphere and time for exchanging and discussing.

    Bernard Gindroz Chairman ISO TC 268, Belgium
  • Nordic Smart Cities offered me the chance to network, and get to know people who work in areas I wouldn't normally come into contact with. The chance to broaden my perspectives.

    Anders Backström Development Manager, City of Porvoo, Finland
  • High level of panel discussion and really well prepared presentations and occurrences.

    Aneta Herbuś Inspector at Invest in Czestochowa, Poland

REGISTER

City, Local Authority & Municipality Ticket
SEK 5,990 (+VAT)
For public sector representatives of cities, towns, municipalities or academia
Access to both days of the event, including all presentations & networking sessions Snacks & coffee served during each networking break Lunch served in networking area on both days The opportunity to meet, network and benchmark with 400+ attendees Drinks reception on the evening of Day 1
Public Sector - Group Ticket (4tickets + 1 free)
SEK 23,900 (+VAT)
For groups of five attendees from cities, towns, municipalities or academia
Access to both days of the event, including all presentations & networking sessions Snacks and coffee served during each networking break Lunch served in networking area on both days The opportunity to meet, network and benchmark with 400+ attendees Drinks reception on the evening of Day 1
Standard Ticket
SEK 9,990 (+VAT)
For anyone that is not representing a city, local authority or municipality. If you have a commercial interest in attending the event, then this is the ticket for you.
Access to both days of the event, including all presentations & networking sessions Snacks and coffee served during each networking break Lunch served in networking area on both days The opportunity to meet, network and benchmark with 400+ attendees Drinks reception on the evening of Day 1

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Venue 2017

Stockholmsmässan

Stockholm International Fairs

 

The largest meeting venue in Sweden with 70 meeting rooms in all sizes and versatile space for all kinds of events.

Stockholmsmässan has 75 years of experience from large international conferences, corporate events, banquets, concerts, tradeshows and receptions.

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Mässvägen 1, 125 80 Älvsjö, Sweden

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