1. Systemair
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1. Systemair
  • Systemair has made high-quality ventilation products its priority ever since it was founded in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden in 1974.1.1 It entered India in 20051.2 and since, has quickly expanded its sales offices to nine cities with two manufacturing units in Noida and Hyderabad.1.3 With a clear focus on usability and energy efficiency, Systemair products set the right example for Make in India and a growing India.
2. Gislen Software India
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2. Gislen Software India
  • Founded by Swedish entrepreneur Mikael Gislen in 1994, Gislen Software expanded their Indian offices in 1998.2.1 With a team of highly skilled developers in Chennai, Gislen Software provides IT solutions to clients across the globe with emphasis on the Nordic & the UK markets2.2. The company was also recognised as one of the fastest growing IT companies in Tamil Nadu in 20122.3. More recently, it was selected as an Award Winner in the SME Segment for excellence in the IT & IT Enabled Services sector by Dun & Bradstreet.
3. Camfil
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3. Camfil
  • With air pollution on the rise across the world, there is an urgent need to implement sustainable clean air solutions Enter Camfil. A company with prowess in manufacturing a wide range of air filtration products for both industry application and indoor application.4.1 Founded in 1963, Camfil started its India innings in 20084.2 and has two manufacturing facilities* in Gurgaon and Trichy, Tamil Nadu.4.3 With big players like BHEL, GAIL and ONGC in its portfolio, Camfil is undeniably a leader in air filtration.4.4
4. Clean Motion
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4. Clean Motion
  • A clean and green nation like Sweden is a hotbed for businesses which aim to impact climate change. One such company making its mark in India in promoting green mobility is Clean Motion. The Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer launched its e-rickshaw ‘Zbee’ in New Delhi in 2016. From malls to metros, today these all-electric three- wheelers have a huge presence. Clean Motion has not only tried to solve the problem of first and last mile connectivity - it’s also doing so in one of the most sustainable ways possible.
5. Naturellement
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5. Naturellement
  • Swedish expat, Martina Ljungquist, set up a social enterprise in Auroville, Pondicherry in 1991. Initially started as a line of handmade products, aimed to support women in local villages, today, Ljungquist today runs a cafe along with a production facility of gourmet foods. Naturellement not only provides a livelihood for over 35 women working there, but also acts as a platform for social good, providing education, loans, advice, and support to the local women Ljungquist employs.
Sources: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2, 5