Big Science Sweden gives you the right contacts for generating new business
When you join our network and become a member company, the research facilities can find your company in our searchable database and in our catalogue, The Swedish Guide. Research facilities regard membership in Big Science Sweden as a seal of approval.
We help you stay updated about research facilities’ needs and their procurements. We match your company’s skills and expertise, and capacity to deliver, with the facilities’ requirements, and put you in touch with the right key persons at the facility. As a member, you have a personal Big Science Sweden contact, who contacts you about current strategic business opportunities that would suit your operation.
Take the opportunity to become, free of charge, a member in our network of Swedish high-tech companies.
Welcome to our events
You also have access to all our events – training sessions, seminars, conferences, study visits, and participation in large trade fairs. Not least, you become part of an interesting network with other suppliers. You can exchange experiences and find collaboration partners for various procurements and projects.
At Big Science Morning, you get to hear the latest news from the facilities, and can discuss the Big Science market with our speakers and other participating companies.
We take representatives of our member companies on study visits to research facilities in Sweden and in Europe. You get the opportunity to present your company, and we book personal meetings between you and key persons at the facility.
Here, Big Science Sweden has travelled down to CERN with a large group of companies. Over two days, they made new contacts and received the latest information about current business opportunities.
We regularly visit companies, sometimes together with representatives from a research facility. Here, on a visit to Liedholms Maskinfabrik.
Workshops and conferences attended by representatives from university and industry are important meeting places. Photo from a conference at Lund University. Anna Hall from Big Science Sweden leads a group discussion.