The board of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Sweden has the pleasure to invite you to this year’s Annual Dinner 2023 on November 10th to wine and dine with other members and network of the Dutch Chamber.
This year our Annual Dinner will be held at the very special venue of Winterviken, at only 15 minutes from Stockholm City center. Once Alfred Nobel’s dynamite factory, built in 1891, now a cultural heritage site owned and run by famous Swedish MasterChef Markus Aujalay and his partner Erika Michael. Markus once hosted the Nobel Prize Dinner and on the 10th of November he will be cooking for us!
We look forward to welcoming you with a sparkling drink from 18:00 h. After some mingling and entertainment, we will have the opportunity to learn some interesting historical facts about the building from our guide. Then we will go the banquet hall where a delicious seasonal three-course dinner with accompanying wines will be served. We have the place to ourselves so after dinner, the cozy bar will be opened until 01.00 h, where whoever wants to stay and mingle some more, may do so at their own expense. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Excitingly, the Dutch Chamber open its doors to members of the Swedish Chamber, offering them the same ticket price as Dutch Chamber members. Simply choose ‘Guest / Members Swedish Chamber’, and thereafter apply the discount code ‘swedishchamber’ when registering. Register here before October 15, 2023. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
18:00 Doors open
18:30 Welcome and tour 19:00 Start dinner 23:00 Bar opens
Dress code: Black Tie
Address Vinterviksvägen 60117 65 Stockholm, SE
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all participants for contributing to the success of the Swedish Chamber Patron Dinner on November 22, 2016. We cordially thank H.E. Ambassador of Sweden and Honorary Chairman of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Mr. Per Holmström for hosting the Patron Dinner 2016 and Mr. Jeroen van der Veer, ING Keynote speaker and Honorary Guest, for sharing his experiences and introducing the Round Table discussions.