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The Nordic region's leading meeting place for modern and innovative skills development and adult learning

Welcome back in October 23-24, 2019

EdTech Sweden is a unique platform and meeting place that ensures that Sweden and the other Nordic countries are at the forefront of edtech for higher education. Here best practice is being shared and new solutions are discovered that makes a difference in organizational learning.

This meeting place is a combination of conference, exhibition and networking. We create the best environment for innovation and conversation that leads to change and development.

Our focus is on future technology and contemporary pedagogy, and this is where decision makers at all levels in the business, public and educational sectors meet and acquire new insights on how to take professional development to the next level.


Explore one of the fastest growing arenas of the digital revolution – educational technology

Let´s engage, interact and communicate

EdTech Sweden connects people from the commercial, public and educational sectors.

Who’s participating? The participants at EdTech Sweden come from all over the Nordic countries and are decision makers at various levels in the corporate, public and educational sectors.

Who is exhibiting? Amongst our partners, sponsors and exhibitors are innovative companies, organizations and agencies with products or services that facilitate adult learning and skills development.

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EdTech Sweden is organized by Stockholmsmässan that complies with the General Data Protection Regulation and is responsible for their personal data processing in accordance with Stockholmsmässan's data protection policy »