Welcome to the Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies (FSIC)
Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies – FSIC (Swedish: Innovationsföretagen) is the common trade and employers´ association for Sweden’s architects, building and engineering consultancies, set up within the Almega Business Service Associations.
During 2022 we prioritise the following areas:
- Improved visibility for Sweden’s innovation- and design-oriented firms
- Sustainability and climate
- Structures for competence development and modern working methods
- Future working life
- Development of collective and wage agreement for a modern labor market
Members are engineering consultancies within both the building and civil engineering segments as well as the tech/industrial engineering segment and architectural firms. Our organisation has approximately 780 member companies with some 40 000 employees, and thus represents a significant proportion of the competence and resources that exist within the sector. Our members
Most of our member companies are involved in building and civil engineering projects, from the early stages of community planning and general investigations to design and follow-up of investments. Within the industrial sector we represent companies that develop products, production methods and industrial processes.
On an international level, the Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies is a member of the international engineering consultancy organizations FIDIC, Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils, and EFCA, The European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations. In the architectural field, we cooperate with Sveriges Arkitekter (The Swedish Association of Architects) in the European organization ACE (Architects’ Council of Europe).
During the years 1997 to 2019 the Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies published a detailed sector survey and market review of the consulting, engineering, and architectural groups in Sweden and the Nordic countries along with an international outlook for several years. From 2021, the report is no longer published in English.