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The Journey Begins

Thanks for following and joining swedencornet (legal entity registered under the name of Core Net AB).

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

Yeah, We are from Sweden!

swedencornet is part of legal entity “Core Net AB” registered in Stockholm, Sweden. It has headquarter in Stockholm. However, depending on future opportunities, circumstances and EOS community wishes we may expand globally (especially in Asia and Africa).

swedencornet is founded by a team of energetic, optimistic, and tech entrepreneurs who are well recognized and have decades of experience in Information Security, Privacy, Governance, Legal, Compliance and Risks Management.

swedencornet (Core Net AB) is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. It is founded by a team of energetic, optimistic, tech entrepreneurs who are well recognized and have decades of experience in Information Security, Privacy, Governance, Legal, Compliance and Risks Management.

Yeah, We are from Sweden!

More precisely headquarter of swedencornet is located in the Kista ICT cluster (also known as The Silicon Valley of Sweden). Geographically, it is the north-west quadrant of Stockholm, about 15 km from the Stockholm city centre. As the home base of ICT giant Ericsson and other cutting edge firms and universities, Kista has been the world’s leading cluster in wireless ICT for over two decades. Kista is one of the major knowledge hot spots of Stockholm, which as a whole shows a strong innovation performance.

Kista’s development as an innovation ecosystem started with in the 1970s when two subsidiaries of Ericsson and IBM Sweden decided to move to Kista. This set off a chain reaction, quickly giving the area the image of a high-tech engineering hub and making it an attractive location for other lectronics firms and their suppliers (ICT). In the second part of the 1980s it became a hotbed for innovations in wireless communication technology, with support of the Swedish government that created an Institute for microelectronics (as part of a national programme) and put pressure on two universities to set up ICT-related departments, all at Kista.

Yeah, We are from Sweden!