The working model for the Alexanderson Institute has two main components: use of regional needs as the basis for creating networks where companies can meet each other to exchange knowledge and experience and to find solutions to shared problems, and underpinning the development of such networks by putting in place increasingly ambitious forms of collaboration.
There are currently three networks which are part of Alexanderson Institute development programmes: EMC – The Coalition for Energy and Environment, CRED – Creative Destination Halland and COMMIT.
These networks arrange close collaboration activities among companies and work directly on development projects for and within companies in order to stimulate growth.
In order to create the right conditions for such direct activities, the Alexanderson Institute uses its co-ordination skills and contact networks which link academic, public sector and private sector organisations. Since 2009, several hundred companies have participated in our various activities.