Sweden’s unique focus on innovation, sustainability, co-creation and equality has created a highly dynamic economy. This makes the country a formidable platform for companies to expand their business upon and to use as a brand that meets the demands of an increasingly purpose-driven world.
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.
Business Sweden supports Swedish export activities in the food and beverage industry through the Try Swedish Export programme. Find out how we can help to raise awareness and generate international interest for your company.
In this episode we focus on how to succeed with business to business in China. The market has quickly been digitised, and the game rules differ from those normally used by Swedish companies. Only available in Swedish.
“The new era” affects Swedish companies working towards the Chinese market. David Hallgren, Trade Commissioner at Business Sweden's China office, guides us through both the risks but also the opportunities that the development in the market entails. Only available in Swedish.
The automotive industry is currently undergoing major changes. To be a part of the future of autonomous mobility, co-creation between startups and tech companies is essential. Sweden has an important role to play for the future of mobility.
In this episode, we focus on how e-commerce could be the "key to the world" for many Swedish companies. What does it take to succeed with e-commerce in different parts of the world? Only available in Swedish.
With almost ten years of experience, Asli Sungur and Johan Chun know what it is like to work at Business Sweden. Listen to their personal experiences of what it's like to work with the whole world as an arena and what makes them so proud of their workplace. Only available in Swedish.
Today, almost 70% of Swedes have shopped online and 50% shop on their mobile. There has been a rapid change in shopping behaviour and international retail businesses looking to move into the Swedish market need to be informed about current Nordic consumer behaviour.
It is essential for Sweden that small and medium-sized companies enter the global market. In this episode, we speak to Helen Rönnholm about how they support Swedish companies in taking their first steps to global expansion. Only available in Swedish.
More than 50 percent of all technology found in the world's underground mines comes from Swedish companies. Technology development is happening at a rapid pace and the Swedish companies are the driving force in this development. Only available in Swedish.
The manufacturing industry is currently undergoing a rapid change. Manufacturing is taking place closer to the home markets. At the same time Asia, and China in particular, is becoming more self-sufficient. In this episode, we focus on the manufacturing industry and ask ourselves the questions of where and why? Only available in Swedish.
In this episode, we dig deeper into the topic of the Swedish manufacturing industry. Together with Klas Ericson and Andreas Scheibenpflug from Business Sweden, we kill five of the biggest myths about Sweden as a manufacturing nation. We also talk about the future and how Sweden can assert itself in the international competition. Only available in Swedish.
The growth rate in Southeast Asia has been strong during the recent years. Few regions in the world compare to this. The development creates great opportunities for companies that want to establish themselves in the region. Only available in Swedish.
The Belt and Road Initiative is a enormous project in China affecting 60-90 countries. It is an infrastructure project focusing on the remaining parts of Asia, the Middle East and parts of Europe. Only available in Swedish.
Entrepreneurship is booming in Sweden and many are aiming for the US market. In this episode, we will walk you through how to prepare for entering the largest consumer market in the world. Only available in Swedish.
6,2 percent of Swedish export goes to the UK today and there is therefore no doubt that Brexit will have a major impact on Swedish companies. There is a great risk of a “no deal Brexit” which will hit hard on Swedish export. Only available in Swedish.