On August 25, 2020 Swedish Chambers International (SCI) hosted its annual SCI Day. The event this year held virtual, brought together 25+ international Swedish Chambers from across the world for workshops and best practice discussions. Extended international collaborations, challenges, exchange best chamber practice and of course how to add value to member companies were some of the topics discussed. The SCI Day which in normally hosted by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce in Stockholm is traditionally followed by the World Trade Day. This year was no exception only again, this was held virtual. This year’s interesting program presented the results of the Global Business Climate Survey conducted on 24 markets around the world in collaboration with the Swedish Chamber of Commerce’s, Business Sweden and Swedish Embassies. Read more about the survey elsewhere on our website and in our latest Newsletter.
About Swedish Chambers International (SCI)
The Swedish Chambers International (SCI) represents a significant part of the Swedish business community, outside of Sweden. The SCI consist of Swedish Chambers of Commerce in 38 key locations where companies with Swedish connections do business. Our Swedish partner is the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
A foreign chamber of commerce is a non-profit organization serving its corporate members. Large and small Swedish companies come together to work on issues that concern everyone. We strive to be a meeting platform for business contacts and social interaction. Our aim is to highlight and define growth potential for businesses around the world.
We work with public bodies and other organizations – with the joint goal to expand the bilateral trade and economic exchange, essential for prosperity and development.
The Swedish Chambers International Swedish chambers of Commerce all over the world. Swedish companies and Swedish brands are equally well known and respected as the country of Sweden. Wherever in the world you are – you are constantly reminded of Swedish companies and Swedish innovations. The SKF logo is clearly visible on a facade of Chongqing in China, Volvo buses rolls in Sao Paolo, Brazil, H&M opens a store in New York City, Ericsson has built telecom networks in Nairobi and IKEA stores are to be found in every major city – Swedish business is in the middle of a global change and development. Trade and exchanges with other countries – near and far – has been and is an important part of Sweden’s success story.