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.
We help you ensure business continuity in the time of Covid-19. We can support you in three key areas: secure global supply and logistics chains, defend your market share and client relations and get your local coronavirus impacts under control.
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.
In this episode, we focus on practical exports and trade regulations, that is, everything related to the practical part of the delivery. Business Sweden's expert, Carin Skoglar, offers tips and advice but also tells us about mistakes that Swedish companies sometimes make. Only available in Swedish.
Sustainability has become a trademark for Swedish companies internationally. But just because it is seen as part of the Swedish brand does not mean that it is a topic easy to understand. Only available in Swedish.
What should Swedish companies think about when expanding to the Eastern European markets and other German-speaking countries? Maja Zoric gives us tips what to consider and on what not to underestimate. One or two holiday tips also slip into the conversation. Only available in Swedish.
“In 3-5 years, all Swedish companies should double their operations in Asia in order to continue to call themselves market leaders ”, according to Tobias Glitterstam, Asia Manager at Business Sweden. In this episode, we focus on China, a consumer- and innovation-driven market. Only available in Swedish.
"The service revolution is the future of Sweden", says Lena Sellgren, Chief Economist at Business Sweden. In this episode, she explains why global trade is crucial for the future of Sweden and how we can bring the Swedish heritage into a new era. Only available in Swedish.
What role should Business Sweden play in the world? How can Business Sweden help Swedish companies to grow their global sales and international companies to invest and expand in Sweden? And what was it like to meet Donald Trump in the White House? Only available in Swedish.
This episode was recorded prior to USA leaving the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA). By reason of the latest events, we have recorded an additional episode with an update regarding Iran. Only available in Swedish.