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.
High rates of urbanisation and increasingly sedentary lifestyles are creating healthcare challenges in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. To tackle the burden of non-communicable disease and halt the increase, governments are strategically transforming their healthcare systems.
Unprecedented economic growth and increasing numbers of upper-middle consumers are driving Africa’s retail revolution. Our report explores the future trends and behaviours in the continents fastest growing markets and opportunities for Swedish companies to grow global sales.
More and more Swedish companies are setting up operations in Thailand and exports to the country have increased by 20 per cent. But political instability, trade conflicts and public health risks are dampening expectations.
The European HVAC and filters industries are on rapid trajectory of modernisation and digitalisation, our report examines the global megatrends and the shifting production models across the European ecosystem.
Services are on the upswing in global manufacturing and economic rewards await Swedish companies that get on board. How do you shift from a product-focused offering to a service-oriented business model?
The US-China trade war began in July, 2018, following 18 months of escalation as both entered a calmer phase when a first agreement was signed on January 15 this year in Washington. Nonetheless, the antagonism remains for the foreseeable future and the trade war will continue to take different forms.
Ensuring your China strategy considers local and global market needs is critical for growth and long-term success in a complex and challenging market. This report outlines seven strategic elements for Swedish companies to consider when looking at growth in China’s ‘new era’.