Conversations with Multinational and Smaller Corporations on Diversity and Inclusion


On behalf of His Majesty’s Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Sweden, H.E. Ms Judith Gough, and the Scandinavian LGBT Chamber of Commerce (SGLCC), we are delighted to extend the invitation to Afternoon Tea at His Majesty’s Ambassador’s Residence.

The event will highlight the important role of businesses in championing equality and creating inclusive workplaces and what diversity can mean for results as well as sustainable business success.

The first panel, with His Majesty’s Ambassador Judith Gough, Thomas Ogard Partner at Moll Wendén Law and Alex Tivelius, Head of External Affairs at BP (Air Fuel) Nordics, will include a focus on diversity and inclusion broadly within business and what the public and private sector can learn from each other when addressing this topic in the workplace.

The second panel, together with Matt Dabrowski, Founder and CEO at OutBritain, Roei Dehri, Founder at Placebo Digital Fashion House, Johan Östberg, Partner at Trädkontoret AB, and a representative from Accenture, will further explore supplier diversity and the importance of including small businesses in global supply chains, as well as the merits of LGBT+ inclusion in this area.

If you are interested in joining, please reply to with your name and surname, organisation, title, and email address to register interest in the event.

Kindly RSVP by 5 February. 

Date: 15 February 2024
Venue: His Majesty’s Ambassador’s Residence,
Laboratoriegatan 8
Time: 14.30-17.00 CET

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