Morning Seminar with Nick Mannion

The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome all members to a Breakfast Seminar on 21 October at NatWest Markets, with Nicholas Mannion, Head of Scandinavian Macro & Research at NatWest Markets. Nicholas will provide an 'Outside in perspective' to the Scandinavian macro economic environment and also share an overview of NatWest Market's current view on the global economic outlook. Date: 21 October 2019 Time: 07.30 - 09.00 Venue: NatWest Markets, Norrlandsgatan ...

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Lunch Seminar with Karl-Fredrik Hall and ‘Maxdagen’

The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite all members to a Lunch Seminar on 'Pensions - Planning for all the fun in the future' at Berns Salonger with Karl-Fredrik Hall, Financial Advisor at Max Matthiessen. 13.00-13.40 Light lunch and a Seminar on 'Pensions - Planning for all the fun in the future' with Karl-Fredrik Hall. 'Digitisation, sustainability and efficiency are some changing factors in our society today. But how does ...

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Breakfast Seminar with Kristen Bennie

The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite all our members to a Breakfast Seminar at NatWest Markets with Kristen Bennie, Head of Open Experience at RBS Group. Twenty linear steps may take you to the door, yet twenty exponential steps will take you to the moon. That principle applies when disruptive technologies converge and drive advances that alter our perceptions of what technology can do. At this BSCC Breakfast Seminar, Kristen ...

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BSCC Focus: AI and Responsibility with Viveka Bonde

AI and Responsibility As advances in AI occur at a high speed, many questions arise – not only of technical character but also economic, legal, ethical and societal issues arise, to mention a few. Because of this, as AI develops perhaps the most important need of AI advances is the need to think responsibility. The panelists; Neelima Misra (Centigo), Anna Berggren (Trygghetsrådet), Anna Hjalmarsson (Artificial Solutions) and Minanda Fritz (LightNet Foundation), identified ...

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Evening Seminar with Jon Wakefield

The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite all our members to an autumn after-work event with Jon Wakefield, Managing Director at Volvo Cars Sweden, at Volvo Studio. For over 90 years Volvo Cars has been a premium car maker. Volvo Cars is now setting a new direction with the ambition to position itself as a leading player in the automotive industry focusing on Volvo as a service provider. At this event Jon ...

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Breakfast Seminar with Andrew Mitchell

The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce invites you to an informative Breakfast Seminar with Andrew Mitchell, HM Trade Commissioner (HMTC) for Europe. After completing his time as British Ambassador to Sweden (2007-2011) Andrew returned to the UK to head up the Foreign & Commonwealth Offices (FCO) efforts at the London Olympics. He was then appointed as a director in a British-based creative and communications agency with international clients focusing on major ...

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Implications of Brexit

Following the EU referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. The impact of UK leaving the EU is likely to have large potential economic impacts, both in the short and long run. The EU is UK’s largest trading partner and the British service sector is the largest sector in the UK, dominating London’s economy. The Brexit effect on the euro area, the British economy and ...

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BSCC Focus: Report on Brexit with Peter Ruskin

Report on Brexit with Peter Ruskin, Acting Ambassador, at the British Embassy in Sweden Three years after the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, also known as Brexit referendum, was held, the UK is preparing for October 31st, and departing the EU. New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is determined to lead the country out of the union by deadline day, with or without agreeing upon an exit deal. This was ...

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The Government of the United Kingdom Brexit website now live

The Government's Get Ready for Brexit website is now live. On the webpage you can find all the information on what you need to know to prepare for Brexit. Follow the link below to visit the webpage: > Get Ready For Brexit The UK is leaving the EU and to find out more about how you need to prepare for Brexit the British Government has now published a website with information for ...

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