On 13 September, Lindholmen Science Park hosted a visit by a French delegation composed by executives from Louis Vuitton, Michelin, and Renault as well as students and deans from École des Ponts ParisTech.
The visit, organized by Business Sweden and Business Region Göteborg, had the goal of facilitating the mutual exchange of experiences and practices in mobility, transportation, and innovation.
The group had the opportunity to learn more about some of Lindholmen Science Park’s programs, with a special focus on mobility: Closer, a neutral platform for transport efficiency; Aster, dedicated to sustainable e-commerce logistics; Drive Sweden, which emphasizes mobility innovation; and MobilityXlab, a platform for collaboration between startups and global leaders in the mobility sector.
Anna Hafström Kováts, Marketing and Communications Manager at Lindholmen Science Park, explains that the visit allowed both the French companies and representatives from Lindholmen Science Park to gain insights from each other's expertise and experiences in innovation. “Such interactions highlight the growing importance of cross-border collaborations in the transportation and mobility sector, and provide a unique opportunity for stakeholders to learn and adapt from global best practices,” she concludes.