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Mini-boom in sight

The global economic recovery continues as vaccination programmes are being rolled out worldwide. Asia and the US are ahead while Europe’s recovery has been hampered by a new wave of coronavirus and delayed vaccinations. An economic mini-boom is likely already by the summer. Get the full analysis in this year’s first edition of the report Global Economic Outlook.

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Solar energy collaboration boosts Mexico’s sustainability development

Business Sweden Mexico and the Mexican Solar Energy Association have formalised a collaboration that is founded on a joint goal of sustainable growth. Under a recently signed MoU, there will be an acceleration of investment and partnership opportunities for Swedish companies with sustainable solutions in the solar energy sector.

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Going regional – the way forward?

How can Sweden’s supply networks and business ecosystems support the trend toward near-market manufacturing in Europe? In this report we explore the rising role of regionalised production through a collection of viewpoints from experts in Sweden’s industrial frontline.

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Business Sweden continuously monitors markets globally, and analyses the effects on Swedish companies’ internationalisation. Our reports provide a broad view of Swedish exports and foreign investments.
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Preparing for a reshaped world

A long road to recovery lies ahead despite promising news of effective vaccines. In this episode, Business Sweden’s VP APAC David Hallgren explains the strategic tools and tactics that business leaders need to adopt to tackle uncertainty in export markets.

Radical change ahead in the automotive industry

Developments in the automotive industry are moving at an unprecedented pace. The impact of this cannot be underestimated with the industry providing jobs to 13.8 million people in Europe, representing 6.1% of total EU employment.

To do business with the global public sector

Growth, digitalisation and climate change are the basis for today's investment in infrastructure around the world. This places new demands on development, which opens up business opportunities in the public sector internationally. Only available in Swedish.

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Parans Solar lights up the US West Coast

When Parans Solar Lighting’s US distributor was acquired, the focus of their distribution company changed. Parans wanted to seize on the opportunity to continue accelerating their growth in the North American market by finding a new partner that aligned with their values and goals. A strategic approach was needed to identify potential options and navigate the vast geographical span and varying market conditions that make up the US.

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Pricer begins new era in APAC with swift expansion

Local presence and market knowledge were crucial for the fast deployment of Pricer’s customer platform in new markets in APAC.

Going regional – the way forward?

How can Sweden’s supply networks and business ecosystems support the trend toward near-market manufacturing in Europe? In this report we explore the rising role of regionalised production through a collection of viewpoints from experts in Sweden’s industrial frontline.

USA: FDA Handbook

It can be difficult to understand how FDA regulations will impact your U.S. business, therefore Business Sweden has developed FDA guides to help you navigate the various regulations and requirements for your company.

Navigating Russia's manufacturing localisation requirements

The global trend of regionalisation and localisation in Russia is heavily influenced by the political decision to decrease dependency on foreign goods and services and adopt import substitution as a national industrial policy. Find out how to enter the Russian market and the status required to be competitive.

Solar energy collaboration boosts Mexico’s sustainability development

Business Sweden Mexico and the Mexican Solar Energy Association have formalised a collaboration that is founded on a joint goal of sustainable growth. Under a recently signed MoU, there will be an acceleration of investment and partnership opportunities for Swedish companies with sustainable solutions in the solar energy sector.

Time to adapt to a new reality

Keeping pace with accelerating transformations and trends is vital to winning in the new business landscape. But how do you adapt your strategy to changing times? Here’s a look at essential steps for decision-makers as markets begin to recover.

EMEA in focus as mega trends shift global supply chain dynamics

Mega trends are forcing companies around the world to diversify and regionalise global supply chains. Strategies for mitigating risk are varied with nearshoring to markets in the EMEA region emerging as a viable option for Swedish companies to secure supply chains and remain competitive.

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Swedish OEMs and the challenge to grow aftermarket sales

Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) across several industrial sectors are facing vast challenges to maintain and grow sales of new equipment. This is primarily due to slowed growth in emerging markets and a decline in input prices. While Swedish OEMs have a strong footprint globally, they are now being forced to identify new revenue streams to secure continued global growth.

Cambodia in transformation

Cambodia is gearing up its economy but needs skilled partners to modernise fast-growing sectors. Swedish companies can play a key role in facilitating change. Here’s how.

Europe a hot spot of opportunities for Swedish district heating companies

Global energy demands, consumer behaviours and changing regulations and legislations are propelling the European district heating sector into an unprecedented time of change and opportunity.

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