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“For us, this partnership truly has been a WIN WIN. On the one hand, we contribute to drawing attention to and focusing on sustainability issues, and on the other hand, we gain increased knowledge through our membership.”

- Eva Halvarsson, Chief Executive Director at Andra AP-fonden



The City of Gothenburg is responsible for the majority of community services in our area. The most important areas are preschool and school, social services and care of the elderly. The City of Gothenburg is the co-founder of WIN WIN Award.

Region Västra Götaland consist of 49 municipalities and 1.6 million inhabitant. Their mission is to contribute to a thriving region; to make it a good place to live and work for present and future generations.  Region Västra Götaland is governed by democratically elected politicians.

Andra AP-fonden manages about SEK 440 billion and is one of the buffer funds in the Swedish pension system. The Fund’s goal is for the entire portfolio to be in line with the Paris Agreement, i.e. for the portfolio’s greenhouse gas emissions to decrease at a rate that can limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. 

Carl Bennet AB is a principal owner of the Getinge and Arjo medical technology groups, the Elanders logistics group and the Lifco industry and trade group.

Carl Bennet is the co-founder of WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award.


Chalmers University of Technology conducts  research and education in technology and natural sciences at a high international level with a sustainable future as its global vision. Chalmers has 13 departments and coordinates Graphene Flagship, an FET Flagship initiative by the European Commission. 

SEB is a leading Nordic financial services group. In Sweden and the Baltic countries, SEB offers financial advice and a wide range of financial services. In Denmark, Finland, Norway and Germany, the bank’s operations have a strong focus on a full-service offering to corporate and institutional clients. SEB has more than 4 million customers and about 17 000 employees.

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The University of Gothenburg meets societal challenges with diverse knowledge. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from all around the world. The University works actively for sustainable development and with new knowledge and new perspectives, it contributes to a better future.


Essity is a leading global hygiene and health company. They are dedicated to improving well-being through their products and services, with sales conducted in approximately 150 countries. Through their sustainability platforms 'Well-being', 'More From Less' and 'Circularity' they are able to create value for, and together with, their customers, partners and society. 

The Elanders Group is a global supplier of integrated solutions in supply chain management, print & packaging and e-commerce. The Group operates on a global scale in 20 countries spread out over 4 continents. Their major customers are active in the areas of automotive, electronics, fashion & lifestyle, industrial and health care & life science.

The SKF Group is the world’s leading supplier of products, solutions and services in the area of rolling bearings, seals, mechatronics, service and lubrication systems. SKF offers services such as technical support, maintenance, condition monitoring and training. SKF is included in Dow Jones’ Sustainability Index and the FTSE4Good Index.

Getinge is a global company operating in 38 countries, with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. They are a leading provider of products and systems within healthcare and life sciences. By following the UN Global Compact, using EcoDesign and contributing to the communities they are active in, Getinge continuously proves its passion for sustainability.  


Coop Väst is part of the Swedish grocery store giant, Coop. Coop wants to inspire consumers to shop organic produce and was named the most sustainable brand in 2021, by Sustainable Brand Index (SBI). 

Coop Väst currently has 800.000 members and operates 171 stores in Western Sweden. 



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Located in the heart of Gothenburg, the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel offers the winners and guests of the WIN WIN Award room and hospitality during the WIN WIN award week. The menu of their restaurant Noot Nordik Kitchen is ever-changing and based on Nordic seasonal produce. 

Stockholm Resilience Centre, the theme partner for the 2024 WIN WIN Award, is an international research hub focused on resilience and sustainability science at Stockholm University. The Centre enhances understanding of the intricate dynamics between people and nature, trains future sustainability leaders, and collaborates with agents of change.


Manifest PR is WIN WIN Award's public relations agency, based in Gothenburg, Sweden. They contribute to the award by amplifying the outstanding achievements of the winners both nationally and internationally. They dedicated to crafting communications that are not only strategic but also socially impactful, driven by both intellect and empathy.


WIN WIN Award and Reväst collaborate annually to host an in-depth conference on the specific theme of the WIN WIN Award. Reväst facilitates collaboration among businesses, academia, and the public sector in Western Sweden to promote regional development through seminars and conferences, fostering knowledge exchange and understanding of sustainable development.

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