Småland Blekinge Halland South Sweden

Småland Blekinge Halland South Sweden Brussels Office works to connect our five regional authorities and two universities with European policy makers, networks and project partners. The members are Linnaeus University, Jönköping University, Region Halland, Region Jönköping, Region Kronoberg, Region Kalmar and Region Blekinge. Together, our members form a dynamic region with specific competences in bioeconomy, digital health and sustainable buildings.

Contact detail

  • Head of office

    Sven Kastö

  • Contact person

    Sven Kastö

  • Brussels Office Address

    rue du Luxembourg 3
    1000 Brussels
    Belgium

Småland Blekinge Halland South Sweden

S3 Strategy

Småland Blekinge Halland South Sweden represents five regions and consequently five regional smart specialisation strategies. Together, the five S3 strategies outline a turquoise agenda with priorities in the green and blue economy (forest-based bioeconomy and maritime tech). In addition, our regional strategies also focus on e-health and digitalisation.

Working Group Leaders

Latest Updates

  • By Linda Reinholdsson

Big Data Conference, Linnaeus university

The 7th annual Big Data Conference will take place at Linnaeus University, in Växjö, Sweden and online.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Active youth mobility - Climate-smart and health promoting mobility habits for children

Aim and objective The aim of this project is to try different efforts to promote active school transport for children and investigate what efforts has the greatest effect on the target group. Aspects that will need to be defined more precisely within the project are:  What are the opportunities for cycling in the different target groups and how can we create equal opportunities for everyone to tak

  • By Rickard Eksten

Collaborating towards a Horizon Europe mission on climate-neutral cities by and for citizens – how do we ensure smartness?

Delivering results for a mission on climate neutral and smart cities, by and for citizens, requires established models of collaboration at city and regional level.