Agetech opportunities in Sweden, online

Sweden, like many other developed countries, is experiencing a rapid demographic change. The elderly 80+ population is predicted to grow by 49% from 2020 to 2030. Since this group is also the biggest user of health and elderly care services, the Swedish National Board of Health and Wellfare estimates that the regions and municipalities responsible for services will need 38% increase in additional workforce just to manage the same level of staffing.

Solving this situation purely by staffing is neither sustainable nor realistic so other solutions will be needed to address the increased service needs. Digital technology solutions will become more critical. Active independent aging solutions, solutions for home care, and assisted living environments are good examples of growing business opportunities.

Join this webinar to learn how the Swedish agetech market operates regarding public and private procurements, how to enter the market, and what opportunities were identified in a market study performed in 2022.

Time: 21 February, 9.30-10.30 (Finnish time)
Place: Online




  • Introduction to the topic: Nima Jokilaakso, Business Finland
  • Presentation of the agetech opportunities in Sweden report: Robert Harju-Jeanty. Medical Lead Nordic & Lars Arffman, Arffman Consulting
  • Q&A

Contact person

Nima Jokilaakso
Senior Advisor, Stockholm

Source: Business Finland