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We are very proud to present our new Patrons banner.
The Swedish Chamber is very grateful for the support from the Patron companies which enables further development and promotion of Swedish - Dutch trade and business.
April 16, 2019 Swedish Chamber Business Women Program
Do you know that the Swedish Chamber of Commerce has a fantastic annual Business Women Training Program about Leadership and Communication? Join the next session on April 16, 2019 from 18.30 - 21.00. This time it is about How to overcome Perfectionism - When is it good enough? Put a limit to your perfection and learn how to delegate. The Swedish Chamber of Commerce Business Women Program is lead by MH Leadership.
Registration via the or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Macro forecast by Handelsbanken: Global economy poorly equipped
2019-04-09 The global economy has lost momentum, and there is growing concern that there will be a sharp slowdown, particularly among households. “We expect growth in Sweden to slow down markedly this year, and there are leaner years ahead,” says Handelsbanken’s Chief Economist, Christina Nyman. Despite the declining global economy, many jobs are still being created in Sweden. However, the increasingly weak international trend will also affect the Swedish economy and, in Handelsbanken’s assessment, unemployment is set to rise in the next few years. “This is not a deep crisis that we foresee, but several years of weaker growth,” says Christina Nyman. Following the growth spurt in the Swedish economy toward the end of last year, GDP will slow down when the decline in global growth affects Swedish companies and housing construction decreases. “Despite healthy incomes, households have become more concerned about the economic trend. This is a tendency that is evident in many countries,” says Christina Nyman. Handelsbanken's assessment is that the Riksbank will hike the repo rate once more, in September, but that the increase is by no means a given. After that, Handelsbanken does not see that there will be any more increases and expects the repo rate to remain at zero per cent in both 2020 and 2021. The global economy is set to slow down in a typical late-cyclical pattern, with less expansive policies and capacity constraints having a subduing effect, according to Handelsbanken’s forecast. The persistent political uncertainty and trade conflicts are expected to continue burdening corporate investments and household consumption, and represent the main concern in Handelsbanken’s forecast. Central banks have changed course, in order to ease the slowdown. In the assessment of Handelsbanken’s economists, the ECB will not hike the refi rate during this economic cycle, while the Federal Reserve, which is starting from a higher rate level, will cut the funds rate next year. “But today, there is far less possibility to kick-start growth through key rate cuts, and public debt is high in many countries. The global economy is poorly equipped to cope with an economic downturn,” says Christina Nyman. For more information: http://research.handelsbanken.se/Macro-Research/All-Publications/publication/28136/global-macro-forecast
Marketing Communications Manager Nordics at Nextdoor
To lead their entry in the Nordics, Nextdoor is looking for a Marketing Communications Manager. As the Marketing Communications Manager, you will be responsible for all their community and partnerships activities in the Nordics. You will lead all communications and activities with members and community leaders to help build stronger communities. You will forge and manage partnerships with governmental and non-governmental organizations. In addition, you will help to optimise their programs to grow their member base and increase engagement. This position is Amsterdam-based and you will be a member of our international team.
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce invites their members to the Annual General Meeting 2018
The Annual General Meeting will be followed by a Chamber Luncheon presenting some of the interesting and exciting fellow tenants at Epicenter Amsterdam and a tour at our new office
April 11, 2019
Epicenter Amsterdam, Fred Roeskestraat 115, 1076 EE Amsterdam
10.45 – 11.00 Registration and Coffee 11.00 – 12.00 Annual General Meeting 12.00 -12.30 Lunch Buffet 12.30 -13.45 Meet some of our neighbours at Epicenter Amsterdam 13.45 – 14.15 Coffee and Tour Epicenter Amsterdam
12.30 – 12.45 Edge Technology 12.45 – 13.00 Startup Delta 13.00 – 13.15 GES2019 13.15 – 13.30 Holler 13.30 – 13.45 Result
13.45 – 14.15 Coffee and Tour Epicenter
Newsletter No. 06 | April 2019 out now!
Read about Chamber Chairman Ehsan Turabaz and Kerstin Gerlagh General Manager's meeting with Remy Steijger and Jop Goslinga, co-founders of Captains and new Patron Members of the Chamber, our past and upcoming events as well as other matters of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands.
Women in leadership – Finnish Dutch Chamber of Commerce
The Finnish Chamber of Commerce is inviting the members on the Swedish Chamber of Commerce to take part in their Women in Leadership event on June 3, 2019 from 16.00 – 20.00 at the Nokia offices in Hoofddorp. Program: 16.00 Doors open, snack and drinks 16.30-16.45 Opening words: Finnish Ambassador in the Netherlands Päivi Kaukoranta 16.45-17.15 Introductory presentation by our speakers 17.15-18.00 (including a small break) Presentation: Hilary Mine, Nokia 18.00-18.30 – To be revealed 18.30-19.15 Panel discussion led by Susanna Nevalainen with all speakers. For more information about the event, keynote speakers and registration, please click here
The Swedish Chamber Annual Review 2018
We are very pleased to present The Swedish Chamber Annual Review 2018. We would like to thank all member companies who have published their advertisement in this year’s issue for their confidence and generous support. Would you like to order extra copies? Welcome to contact the Swedish Chamber of Commerce office