SenzaGen talks about start-ups and entrepreneurship in meeting with Swedish Parliament in Stockholm – and local visit at Medicon Village

As of nine years/each year, the Swedish business organisation ALMI Skåne hosts a much appreciated and well-attended meeting between members of parliament and entrepreneurs from the start-up scene in Skåne and Blekinge. The ninth edition of the meeting took place on 19 of April, at the parliament in Stockholm.

The aim of the meeting is to highlight the positive diversity within the business scene in Skåne, Sweden, and to shed some light on the reality in which these companies live and breath. This year, three local companies attended the meeting where they were able to present and discuss their companies prospects’, opportunities and challenges. The personal setting of the meeting was appreciated by both MPs and entrepreneurs.

SenzaGen was one of the three attending companies, represented by the CEO Anki Malmborg Hager who took the opportunity to present SenzaGen and her experiences and thoughts about entrepreneurship. The presentation covered the journey that SenzaGen has taken since the start in 2010 as well as the situation of other companies originating from Lund University.

– I think the meeting was very fruitful. The representatives of the Committee on Industry and Trade and the Committee on Education were very familiar with and committed to the issues that are most important to us as a spin out from Lund University University. For that reason, it is especially exciting that they will visit us at Medicon Village in May, says Anki Malmborg Hager, CEO of SenzaGen AB.

The Committee on Education and the Committee on Industry and Trade will visit Medicon Village and SenzaGen at two separate occasions during May.

Press release in pdf