Watch the #NordicTalks Food for Good Video
On September 22, 2022 the Nordic Chambers and Embassies in the Netherlands hosted  Food for Good at . The event brought together business leaders, entrepreneurs, and academics from the Nordic countries and from the Netherlands to address the possibilities to contribute to the sustainable and healthy transformation of our global food systems. During the Food for Good Expo we enjoyed food prepared by , Michelin Chef at Credo Trondheim, assisted by the Ambassadors of the Nordics. Welcome to watch the short video impression from this fantastic event!
Welcome New Member- Flott Advocaten
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce gives a warm welcome to new Member, Flott Advocaten. Flott are an Amsterdam-based law firm with a focus on employment law, contract law and company law. They serve all types of clients, both companies and individuals, in most economic fields. Their firm has a decades-long experience, not only as attorneys, but also as a company lawyer, judge and even law professor at a university. They are ‘fluent’ in both Dutch and European law. Their experiences have taught us that a personal approach, short lines and alertness to the wishes of their clients are best served in a law firm of a manageable size. For more information, click .
Sweden Among the 10 Countries Making The Most Progress On The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
The World Economic Forum has made a compelation video of the top 10 countries making the most progress on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, among these countries is Sweden.   The Sustainable Development Report tracks countries’ progress across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), from gender equality to clean, affordable energy. For the second year in a row, the world is not making progress on the SDG overall. However, some countries are rapidly transforming into sustainable, equal societies.   Click to watch to know which countries made it to the top ten. Picture Credit: European Commission
Welcome to Join Tech for Good on November 8
Join us for the Tech Tables 2022! Tech Tables is a platform for Swedish-Dutch business leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and academics to meet, learn and discuss. These sessions feature leading experts, entrepreneurs and thought leaders from both Sweden and the Netherlands and are organized in partnership with TK Tech and the Swedish Embassy in the Netherlands. Welcome to join the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Tech Table – Tech for Good on November 8, 2022. In this session, we are bringing together experts within our broad network to discuss the technologies of the future and tech as an enabler for good. Welcome to join and to listen to among others, Joey van den Brink, Head of Certification at B Lab Europe. Click for more information.   On November 29, the last TechTable of 2022, Tech Finance/VC Investment, will be held. Click for more information.
Sweden’s New Government led by Ulf Kristersson
Sweden has a new Government, led by Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson, who presented a center-right coalition government led by his Moderate Party. The new Cabinet consists of 24 ministers — 13 men and 11 women. Thirteen are Moderates, six are Christian Democrats and five are Liberals. For more information, click . To read the Statement of Government Policy, click .   Photo: Governments offices
Member Recruitment Campaign for the Swedish Chamber
In October, November, and December 2022 we are offering New Members a Membership of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce valid until December 31, 2023, for the annual membership fee, which means that they receive the rest of 2022 for free and you are welcome to join the Swedish – Dutch business network already today!

As a Member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the Netherlands, we invite you to help the Swedish Chamber to grow! Recruit a new member to become a Member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and win 2 free tickets to the Swedish Chamber of Commerce's Lucia Luncheon on December 9, 2022!*

  The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the Netherlands is the ultimate business platform connecting Swedish and Dutch companies and entrepreneurs. We are a non-profit organization with more than +60 years of experience and are one of the most active foreign Chambers in the Netherlands. We bring value to Members across all sectors and industries, from large corporates to SMEs, entrepreneurs and start-ups both in the NL and in SWE.  Our focus is to provide new and exciting networks and eco-systems, to connect and to provide relevant informative events and roundtables based on our three focus areas Sustainability – Innovation & Tech and Gender Balance. The Swedish Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit business network organization. Founded in 1960 the Chamber has established a large business network including multinationals as well as small and mid-sized companies from various sectors and expertise. Our mission is to inspire, promote, and extend trade and industrial relations between individuals and companies in Sweden and the Netherlands. The Swedish Chamber of Commerce organizes around 40 events per year for their members and relations ranging from workshops and seminars to thought leader sessions and master classes. Our business activities are an important network platform for our members to get together and meet to share experiences and business opportunities. As a member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce, you have access to a huge Swedish – Dutch Business network from startups and entrepreneurs, SME to global companies as AKD, IKEA, Ericsson, Klarna, Scania, Volvo, Tetra Pak and Handelsbanken but also to our continuous growing Young Professional network.   Special Offer – In October, November and December 2022 we are offering you Membership of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce valid until December 31, 2023 for the annual membership fee, which means that Nem Members receive the rest of 2022 for free and you are welcome to join the Swedish – Dutch business network already today!   *Campaign Guidelines: - Recommend a non-member in your business network to become a corporate member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce - Send an email to and inform us about the member you have recommended - When we receive the member application of the new Member we will contact you. - You will make a chance to win 2 tickets to the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Exclusive Lucia Luncheon on December 9, 2022. - The Campaign is valid from October 10 - November 15, 2022. - The Winners of the free Lucia tickets will be informed on November 17,  2022. - We have 4 free tickets to give away in total!      
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2022 awarded to Svante Pääbo
The Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska Institutet has today decided to award the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Svante Pääbo “for his discoveries concerning the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution.” Humanity has always been intrigued by its origins. Where do we come from, and how are we related to those who came before us? What makes us, Homo sapiens, different from other hominins? Through his pioneering research, Svante Pääbo accomplished something seemingly impossible: sequencing the genome of the Neanderthal, an extinct relative of present-day humans. He also made the sensational discovery of a previously unknown hominin, Denisova. Importantly, Pääbo also found that gene transfer had occurred from these now extinct hominins to Homo sapiens following the migration out of Africa around 70,000 years ago. This ancient flow of genes to present-day humans has physiological relevance today, for example affecting how our immune system reacts to infections. Pääbo’s seminal research gave rise to an entirely new scientific discipline; paleogenomics. By revealing genetic differences that distinguish all living humans from extinct hominins, his discoveries provide the basis for exploring what makes us uniquely human. Press release:  Advanced information: 
Royal State Visit to Sweden- Programme
The Royal State Visit takes place from 11-13 October in Stockholm and Gothenburg. Head of State, King Willem-Alexander and Queen will be accompanied by Minister of Foreign Affairs Wopke Hoekstra. Other participants will be Minister of Defence Kajsa Ollongren, Minister of Education, Culture and Science Robbert Dijkgraaf and Minister for the Environment Vivianne Heijnen. Over four centuries ago, in 1621, King Gustav II Adolf invited Dutch town planners and craftsmen to come to Sweden to build the city of Gothenburg. Since then, Sweden and the Netherlands have maintained strong ties, and are working together towards a more resilient, greener Europe. The visit will center around multiple important themes connecting our countries in the field of innovation, energy transition, life sciences & health and mobility.   Curious to find out more of what they are planning to do during their visit? Take a look Picture: © RVD - Mischa Schoemaker