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Swedish Chamber of Commerce for The Netherlands 

Promoting Swedish business and values in the Netherlands since 1960
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The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the Netherlands is a dynamic Swedish-Dutch business platform, extending commercial relations between Sweden and the Netherlands and creating first-class business services. We are a nonprofit organization with more than 60 years of experience, helping entrepreneurs and corporations of all sizes to establish, grow and develop their business.

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Apply for a Scholarship at the Swedish Chamber of Commerce 2022-2023
“My expectations before I came to Amsterdam were to stimulate the Trade and Business relations between the Netherlands and Sweden. So far, I think I have exceeded my expectations and have added value to our members of the Swedish Chamber, but meanwhile, I have developed my professional skills as well.”  Stefan de Goede, Scholarship Fund for Swedish Youth Abroad 2021-2022, is spending one year at the Swedish Chamber of Commerce. Stefan is very grateful that the Scholarship Fund for Swedish Youth Abroad has given him this opportunity and would highly recommend anyone interested to apply for a Scholarship at the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the Netherlands for 2022-2023!  For more information about Scholarships at the Swedish Chamber, .   [video width="1080" height="1080" mp4="https://swedishchamber.nl/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/SCHOLAR-RECIPIENT-2021-2022-Stefan-de-Goede-Scholarship-Fund-for-Swedish-Youth-Abroad.mp4"][/video]    
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Congratulations to H.R.H. Crown Princess Amalia
Today, on December 7, H.R.H. Crown Princess Amalia, Princess of Orange, turns 18. This marks the day as the official coming of age, where Princess of Orange in theory is ready to succeed her father as head of state.
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce would like to extend the warmest congratulations to H.R.H. Crown Princess Amalia. At 9:00 today, bells will ring out across the Netherlands, heralding the Crown Princess.
Photo: Frank Ruiter, RVD
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Corona virus measures in the Netherlands
The Dutch Government is tightening up measures to combat the sharp increase in coronavirus infections and avoid putting further pressure on the overburdened healthcare sector.   These measures are in force in the Netherlands from 05.00 Sunday 28 November and apply until at least Sunday 19 December. The Dutch government will reassess the situation on Tuesday 14 December.   Read more by  
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Welcome to join the online event, Lighting of the Swedish Christmas Tree
On December 9, 2021, Embassy of Sweden, Visit Sweden, Buurtschap Centrum 2005, Business Association “Denneweg” and Museum Escher in Het Paleis cordially invite you to join the online event Lighting of the Swedish Christmas Tree & Lucia celebration 2021. “Since 1957, the Swedish Embassy has donated a Swedish Christmas Tree to the city of The Hague and the people of The Netherlands as a token of our excellent and longlasting relations. We had looked forward to seeing you in person this year. Instead we will have an online ceremony where Mayor Jan van Zanen and Ambassador Johannes Oljelund together switch on the lights in the tree, followed by a Lucia concert and a piece of Swedish winter holiday inspiration.” Watch the event live or afterward by clicking Let’s celebrate the start of the Christmas Season!
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