Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation

The Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation is responsible for matters relating to housing and urban development, state-owned enterprises, information technology, enterprise and industrial policy, rural affairs, regional growth, post issues and infrastructure.

Responsible ministers

Mikael Damberg Minister for Enterprise and Innovation
Peter Eriksson Minister for Housing and Digital Development
Sven-Erik Bucht Minister for Rural Affairs
Tomas Eneroth Minister for Infrastructure

News from Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation

  • Sweden and India agree to deepen their innovation cooperation

    Sweden and India today signed a joint innovation partnership to deepen the collaboration between the two countries and contribute to sustainable growth and new job opportunities. The partnership was signed in connection with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Stockholm.

  • Inquiry paves way for automated vehicles

    The Government’s Inquiry Chair Jonas Bjelfvenstam presented on March 7 2018, his final report ‘The path to automated driving – market introduction’ (SOU 2018:16) to the Minister for Infrastructure Tomas Eneroth. The Inquiry proposes regulatory changes necessary to begin using and developing automated vehicles on roads over the next few years.

Woman in a lab
Smart industry strategy for innovation in Sweden Photo: ABB

Smart industry - a strategy for new industrialisation for Sweden

Sweden’s prosperity is built on innovative and successful export companies that time and again have managed to renew and reorganise production and products to keep pace with changing markets. The Government’s strategy for new industrialisation is an important stage of the effort to benefit from the window of opportunity for new industrialisation that is now open to Sweden.

Illustration: Government Offices of Sweden

The Government's Infrastructure Bill

The Government has adopted the infrastructure bill ‘Infrastructure for the future – innovative solutions for strengthened competitiveness and sustainable development’. The bill contains the direction and financial frameworks for investments in transport infrastructure for the planning period 2018–2029.

Photo: Kentaroo Tryman/Folio.

The Government's policy for sustainable business

"Sustainable business is about running companies with an eye to the future. What this means is companies showing, through their actions, that they are earning the trust of employees, consumers, investors and other stakeholders every day."

Illustration: Government Offices of Sweden

A National Food Strategy for Sweden – more jobs and sustainable growth throughout the country. Short version of Government bill 2016/17:104

The Food Strategy is a platform that sets out the direction of our policy towards 2030, to create stability and ensure a long-term approach. Concrete measures are put forward in the Government’s action plan stemming from areas identified in the strategy. Some, but not all, of the actions can be realised by the Government. To be successful, the entire food supply chain need to work in the same direction, where as many as possible are contributing. With the Food Strategy as foundation, we will be able to meet the challenges facing us and strengthen the Swedish food supply chain.

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