Since 1954, the British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce has promoted trade and investments between Sweden and the United Kingdom, and is an ideal platform to further strengthen the bi-lateral relations between the two countries. A membership gives you access to our events, and you become part of a far-reaching network with 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 the economic, social and cultural links between Sweden and the UK by actively supporting the development of business through its network and knowledge sharing.
We organise events throughout the year with the aim of offering a platform for networking, corporate promotions and knowledge sharing. We aim to enable referrals and professional relationships, building within the Anglo-Swedish business community. As a member you are invited to a variety of social networking events and executive forums, focusing on challenging business topics.
The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to this webinar and Q&A hosted by SAAB, on 2 September at 11.00. At this Webinar, Christian Hedelin, Chief Strategy Officer at SAAB, will share an update on current trends in the defence and security industry.
The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to our Annual Golf Tournament, hosted in cooperation with AmCham Sweden. The tournament will be hosted in accordance to recommendations from Swedish public health authorities and the Swedish Golf Federation.
Welcome to this Webinar and Q&A, hosted by Bonde Barzey Advokatbyrå, on 10 September. At this webinar, experts will discuss the future of artificial intelligence. What will Brexit mean for AI in the European Union? How is data to be handled by AI? Register for our webinar to learn more.
TMF Group, our Patron, analyse three key areas of business operations in their Global Business Complexity Index – rules, regulations and penalties, accounting and tax and hiring, firing and paying employees. Learn more and download your copy by following the link below.
On 9 June, Intrum published a special edition whitepaper that outlines the financial impact of Covid-19 on private households across 24 European countries. This whitepaper gives an initial follow-up on the tendencies with increased economic pressure and decreased financial wellbeing reported in Intrum’s European Consumer Payment Report 2019.
Despite the challenges globally relating to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the UK has now formally confirmed to the EU that it will not seek an extension to the transition period at the end of December 2020. This leaves about 6 months for the UK government to clarify a number of areas.
The government department responsible for overseas aid is to be merged with the Foreign Office (FCO), the Prime Minister has announced. Boris Johnson told MPs abolishing the separate Department for International Development (DfID) would mean aid spending better reflected UK aims and that the “long overdue reform” would ensure “maximum value” for taxpayers.
The BCC’s new tracker will serve as a barometer of business’ response to the government’s measures and changes to business’ working practices over the next few months. It will also track how quickly new government interventions, introduced to deal with the real-world impact of this crisis, are getting to the businesses at the front line.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused major losses of human lives and jobs. Extreme economic changes have taken place in a very short period. Global production, demand and trade have collapsed, with unprecedented GDP declines. We hope the Nordic Outlook: May 2020, will provide you with some new insights about today’s challenging global prospects.