Since 1954, the British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce has promoted trade between Sweden and the United Kingdom.
A membership gives you access to a wealth of information and unique opportunities to promote your business.
The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, BSCC, is an independent, non-profit, membership organisation with around 150 members. Our mission is to strengthen economic, social and cultural links between the UK and Sweden by actively supporting the development of business through its network and through knowledge sharing.
We organise events throughout the year with the aim of offering a platform for networking, corporate promotions and sharing of knowledge. We aim to enable referrals and professional relationship building within the Anglo-Swedish business community. As a member of the BSCC you are invited to a variety of networking events, social events and executive forum events discussing challenging business topics.
The British Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Edrington Sweden is pleased to invite you to experience ‘the liquid gold from Scotland’, better known as Single Malt Scotch Whisky, during our whisky tasting on 9 December 2019 at Edrington Sweden.
The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with AmCham Sweden, cordially invite you to our exclusive Executive Forum 2019. Please note that registration for the Executive Forum is exclusively for our Patron Members.
The uncertainties around Brexit persist, after the parliament rejected Boris Johnson’s accelerated timeline for Brexit, he has now pushed for an early general election in December. In order to avoid chaos and an atmosphere of conflict between the EU27 and UK, the European Council agreed to extend the Brexit deadline until 31 January 2013.
The 53 accredited Chambers of Commerce across the UK and the BCC’s growing global network have outlined the key business priorities for the future UK government.
In a world of constant and instant communication it can be difficult to hold on to truths and facts. In her speech Cecilia Malmström highlights the many ways in which free trade can have a positive effect on the global economy and be a part of the solution to contemporary issues such as climate change and civil rights.