There is still time to feature your event in Dezeen's guide to Stockholm Design Week, which will spotlight the key exhibitions, talks and other events taking place during the festival.
Dezeen Events Guide will publish the digital guide a week ahead of the festival, which takes place from 6 to 12 February 2023.
The trade show Stockholm Furniture Fair takes place in the city during the week, along with hundreds of fringe events.
The Stockholm Design Week guide follows on from the success of our digital guides to Milan design week and London Design Festival last year, which received over 60,000 page views combined. In total, Dezeen Events Guide received over 400,000 page views in 2022.
To be considered for inclusion in the guide, email [email protected]. Events will be selected by the Dezeen team to ensure that the best events are included.
Get listed in Dezeen's digital Stockholm guide
Dezeen offers standard, enhanced and featured listings in its Stockholm guide.
Standard listing: For only £100, you can feature your event name, date and location details plus a website link. These listings will also feature up to 50 words of text about the event.
Enhanced listing: For £150, you can include all of the above plus an image at the top of the listing's page and an image in the listing preview on the Stockholm guide page. These listings can also feature up to 100 words of text about the event.
Featured listing: For £300, your listing will feature everything as part of an enhanced listing plus inclusion in the featured events carousel and accompanying posts on Dezeen Events Guide social media channels. These listings can also feature up to 150 words of text about the event, and can include commercial information and additional links to website pages such as ticket sales, newsletter signups etc.
For more information about partnering with us to help amplify your event, contact the team at [email protected].
About Dezeen Events Guide
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The illustration is by Rima Sabina Aouf.