Since 2012, the Tällberg Foundation is a beneficiary of the Swedish Postcode Lottery.
The Swedish Postcode Lottery
The Swedish Postcode Lottery’s vision is to contribute to a better world for people and planet. The Lottery uses commercial tools to generate funding for projects all over the world. The United Postcode Lotteries have become the world’s third largest private donor and contributed with 5,9 billion EUR to charities since 1990.
Carl Bennet AB is the main shareholder of the listed companies Getinge and Elanders and the private industrial group Lifco. Carl Bennet AB included wholly and partly owned companies have annual sales of approximately SEK 32 billion and 19 700 employees.
The Getinge group is a world-leading supplier of medical technical equipment for surgery, intensive care and infection control as well as a provider of ergonomic solutions for geriatric care. Our activities include 135 subsidiaries in 36 countries with sales in more than 120 countries.
Elanders is one of the major graphic industries in Europe with strong positions within the customer segments: Automotive, Telecom, Public sector and Service sector. Our activities include 11 subsidiaries in 9 countries with sales in more than 20 countries.
Carl Bennet AB’s industrial group, Lifco AB, operates within six business areas. These are dental distribution, demolition and tools, sawmill equipment, contract manufacturing, interiors for vehicles and environmental technology. Our activities include 100 subsidiaries in 28 countries with sales in more than 80 countries.
Inspiring People. Shaping the Future.
In keeping with the longstanding social commitment of its founder, Reinhard Mohn, the Bertelsmann Stiftung is dedicated to serving the common good. Our work is based on the conviction that competition and civic engagement are essential for social progress.
In accordance with its articles of incorporation, the Bertelsmann Stiftung functions exclusively as a private operating foundation; it carries out its own project work and does not make grants or support third-party projects.
e-man- the system integration experts
e-man helps customers daily to leverage and improve their IT-investments by utilizing its broad competence in systems integration. Through partnerships with its customers they are a natural speaking partner when international corporations aim to increase the efficiency of their IT-investments.
In the forefront of technology, e-man has, time after time, proven that it has the right know-how, processes and experience to make new integration platforms work in practice.
SAS helps organizations anticipate and optimize business opportunities. We do this through advanced analytics that turn data about customers, performance, financials and more into meaningful information. The result? Fact-based decisions for undeniable bottom line impact – this is how we transform the way our customers do business.
Driven to solve customer business problems, privately-held SAS works closely with customers in all stages of research and development to ensure that they get the most out of new offerings. More than 13,000 employees across more than 400 SAS offices provide local, hands-on support for customers whenever and wherever they need it. Customer loyalty, evidenced by long-standing SAS user communities and a strong renewal history, echoes this customer partnership and our shared commitment to a successful future.
What truly differentiates SAS is its “creative capital,” in the words of Chief Executive Officer Jim Goodnight. The technical and domain expertise of SAS employees allow the company to serve nearly all industries in multiple cutting-edge analytical capacities, including cloud and high-performance analytics, in-database processing and taking full advantage of the value hidden in unstructured data.
Swedavia is a State-owned group that owns, operates and develops eleven airports across Sweden. Swedavia also owns Göteborg City Airport and is a minority owner in the company that operates the airport. Swedavia’s role is to create the access Sweden needs to facilitate travel, business and meetings – in Sweden, in Europe and around the world. Safe, satisfied passengers are the foundation of their business. Swedavia is a world leader in developing airports with the least possible environmental impact. The Group has revenue of almost 4.7 billion Swedish kronor and some 2,500 employees.
FMO (the Netherlands Development Finance Company) is the Dutch development bank. FMO supports sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in ambitious entrepreneurs. FMO believes a strong private sector leads to economic and social development, empowering people to employ their skills and improve their quality of life. FMO focuses on three sectors that have high development impact: financial institutions, energy, and agribusiness, food & water. With an investment portfolio of EUR 6.3 billion, FMO is one of the largest European bilateral private sector development banks.
SIANI‘s mission is to lay the foundation for a Coherent Swedish Response to the 21st century Food and Farming Challenge This is in line with the Swedish Policy for Global Development, which higlights the need for policy coherence across sectors. SIANI aims to gather government, civil society, industry and research around the same table to discuss Sweden’s contribution to the kind of global agricultural development that everybody wants; where the goals of food security, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability are all met.
The Swedish Institute (SI) is a public agency that promotes interest and confidence in Sweden around the world. SI seeks to establish cooperation and lasting relations with other countries through strategic communication and exchange in the fields of culture, education, science and business. SI also supports Swedish language instruction at foreign universities. SI works closely with Swedish embassies and consulates around the world.
Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) has a long and proud history of world-leading innovations with sales in over 100 countries. The company was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1927.
Volvo Cars are characterized by intuitive, human-focused, functional Scandinavian design and good craftsmanship. Volvo is one of the strongest brands when it comes to environmental care and social responsibility. The global success of the brand and the company depends on a strong commitment to safety and the environment. The environmental care is based on a holistic perspective, involving the environmental adaption of a car’s entire lifecycle. The safety vision is to design cars that do not crash and the aim for 2020 is that no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car.
The number of cars sold in the year 2012 was 421,951. The company’s top selling car was the Volvo XC60. The Volvo V40 was launched in 2012 – a car praised by both media and customers with the highest overall score ever recorded by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) collision test confirming leadership in safety. This car is also available in a version with CO2 emissions down to 88g/km (3.4 l/100km). The Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid is the world’s first diesel plug-in hybrid and it reached its first customers in the autumn of 2012. This is an electric car, hybrid and high performance car all rolled into one – combining driving pleasure with outstanding environmental performance.