The Swedish Business Awards and Christmas Dinner 2023 – What an evening of celebration!

The SACC Swedish Business Awards and Christmas Dinner co-hosted by the Embassy of Sweden took place on 23 November 2023 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney. The event was a success with over 160 people attending from the Swedish-Austraian business community. Members and guests enjoyed the seamlessly blended elegance of the Swedish Business Awards presentation with the warmth of the Swedish Christmas celebration, complete with a traditional “Julbord” Christmas buffet.


A highlight of the evening that captivated the audience was the entrance of the enchanting Lucia procession by the Swedish School in Sydney. With a crown of candles adorning her hair, Lucia and her procession illuminated the venue with notes of beautiful Christmas carols.

The event was further elevated by the esteemed presence of HE Ambassador of Sweden to Australia, Pontus Melander. As the Guest of Honour, Ambassador Melander shared insights into the enduring cultural bonds and collaborative efforts that strengthen the relationship between Sweden and Australia.

The SACC Swedish Business Awards took center stage celebrating the outstanding achievements of organisations that have demonstrated exceptional dedication to sustainability, innovation, entrepreneurship, partnership and collaboration, and social impact.

The venue was transformed into a winter wonderland, with decorations that captured the essence of a Swedish Christmas. The atmosphere was filled with joy, laughter, and the spirit of camaraderie as guests mingled and shared in the festive cheer.

Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to all who attended, performed, and contributed to the success of this event. Your presence made the evening truly special, and we are thankful for the shared moments of celebration, inspiration, and cultural exchange.

Click on images below to see the presentation of sponsors and images from the event.



Warm Regards,

The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce

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The SACC Swedish Business Awards took center stage last night, 23 Nov 2023, as the Swedish-Australian Business community gathered to celebrate the outstanding achievements of organisations that have demonstrated exceptional dedication to sustainability, innovation, entrepreneurship, partnership and collaboration and social impact.

The Swedish Christmas inspired event co-hosted by the Embassy of Sweden was held at the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney. The evening started with a special Lucia performance by the Swedish school in Sydney followed by greetings from the President of SACC and a Guest of Honour speech by HE Pontus Melander Ambassador of Sweden to Australia. The “Julbord” Swedish Christmas Buffet was an evening highlight offering all the delicacies you can expect and sending members and guests on a real traditional Swedish culinary experience.

Inspirational companies, newcomers as well as established, were showcasing successful Sweden–Australia business connections and recognised for their significant contributions that have shaped the landscape and set new standards for excellence. The 2023 awards were presented in the following categories:

  1. Excellence in Innovation
  2. Excellence in Sustainability
  3. Excellence in Entrepreneurship
  4. Excellence in Partnerships and Collaboration
  5. Excellence in Social Impact

We welcomed any company/enterprise/young business executive or entrepreneur in Australia with a strong relationship with Sweden to nominate. We also encouraged organisations and individuals to nominate for a specific project for example a sustainability focused product/service, an innovative campaign or change. The judging panel, comprised of esteemed industry experts and leaders, carefully reviewed each nomination to ensure a fair and thorough evaluation process. The 2023 award entries were of high and equal quality, which made the process difficult but after a thorough screening of the different nominations, the result within the five categories was decided and announced at the event as follows.

Excellence in Innovation

This award is open to all Swedish or Swedish-Australian businesses; large or small, newcomer or established. Recognises businesses that have made significant contributions to their industry through the introduction, improvement and implementation of an innovative solution or idea, a method, technology, process or application, new, existing or long-term.

The Excellence in Innovation Award 2023 was granted to Mentimeter with Husqvarna and Flick Anticimex as runner ups.


Mentimeter brings a highly innovative concept to the market which is having a positive impact across industries allowing collaboration, interaction, improved efficiency and better decision making in the business world and beyond.

The program has had a huge impact on how businesses run everyday meetings, workshops and courses. In Australia, Mentimeter has already attracted over 400,000 users from more than 150 organisations. This number continues to rise reflecting the platform’s increasing popularity and the value it provides to a diverse range of users and industries.

Excellence in Sustainability.

The Sustainability Award recognises organisations that execute initiatives that demonstrate leadership and commitment to sustainable business practices in planning, and operations in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s). We encouraged businesses of all sizes and sectors that go above and beyond to achieve any of the SDG’s, to reduce the impact of their operations on the environment and/or provide products and services that have positive environmental outcomes. As many Swedish organisations are advanced in this area it was difficult for the jury to select a winner within this category with the impressive finalists Alimak Group, AstraZeneca and Volvo Group Australia

The Excellence in Sustainability Award for 2023 went to Volvo Group Australia.

Motivation: Volvo Group Australia (VGA) has established a strong focus on bringing innovative solutions to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. They have taken a leadership role in collaborating with authorities and politicians and driving changes in order to reach the ambitious sustainability target.

Electrification is key to reaching these goals and VGA has presented electric solutions in all their product areas, trucks and buses. This means a lot more than just replacing vehicles with electric models, it is a complete e-mobility solution including charging, route and range planning and battery monitoring. VGA’s move towards electric vehicles and sustainability focus has raised the Swedish profile in Australia and boosted Sweden’s reputation as a leader in environmentally responsible technology, design and innovation. 

Excellence in Entrepreneurship

This award recognises the efforts and achievements of exceptional entrepreneurs, individuals and businesses (large or small) who are working in the field of entrepreneurship development.


The 2023 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award was secured by AstraZeneca.


AstraZeneca Australia’s Mentoring and Entrepreneurship programmes are designed to support Australian innovators, start up and scale up companies.

By supporting innovation and start up ecosystems, AstraZeneca not only enhances healthcare outcomes but also drives economic benefits through job creation, skill development, and other economic activities.

Their collaboration with Australian universities and the engagement of their global mentors from the Gothenburg R&D center in Sweden strengthens connections between the two countries and further enhances Sweden’s profile in Australia.

Excellence in Partnership & Collaboration.


This award recognises achievements associated with partnerships and collaborations that develop, maintain, and grow successful Swedish-Australian collaboration, knowledge exchange, R&D, and creative and sustainable business development.

The winner of this new award for 2023 went to much deserving Tetra Pak.


Tetra Pak has proactively addressed recycling solutions across Australian states and councils. They have done this through a strategic partnership with saveBOARD and close collaboration with authorities and councils, showcasing their commitment to sustainable practices.

Tetra Pak’s dedication to sustainability and their collaboration with saveBOARD align with Swedish values of partnership, collaboration, innovation and sustainability. Through their operations in Australia, they contribute to enhancing Sweden’s reputation in sustainability and innovation.

Excellence in Social Impact

A new award for 2023, which recognises businesses/organisations/individuals that implement initiatives that have a positive and sustainable impact on the community and generate outcomes that have a long-term benefit. Initiatives can include but are not limited to projects, programs, processes, systems, developments, ventures and undertakings.



The Excellence in Social Impact Award was secured by AXIS Communications, taking the lead over strong runner up companies Asuria and Sandvik.

Motivation: The introduction of the Coastal Safety Camera Network by Surf Life Saving South Australia (SLSSA) in collaboration with Axis Communications and BST has formed a deep commitment to improve the safety and well-being of the local community. 

A novel and life saving application leveraging a public-private partnership to showcase Swedish technology in an Australian centric setting. The safety camera network initiative addressed a critical community need that will simply save lives and is potentially scalable across Australia to have further impact.

The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce would like to thank members and everyone engaged in the 2023 Swedish Business in Australia Awards. A special thank you goes to the dedicated judging panel and all the companies who participated in the awards.

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On 15 September 2023 we celebrated King Carl XVI Gustaf’s 50th jubilee

50 years as king! Quite a feat! 

King Carl XVI Gustaf, Sweden’s current monarch, ascended the throne on 15 September 1973. Carl XVI Gustaf is the seventh king of the House of Bernadotte and the longest reigning monarch in Swedish history.

But he’s been in the public eye even longer than that. Since day one, you could say, as the first and only son of Hereditary Prince Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla.

Immediately after his birth on 30 April 1946, announcing the news that an heir to the Swedish throne had been born, cannons at all salute stations across the country and larger naval ships were fired. How’s that for pomp and circumstance?

Less than a year later, on 26 January 1947, Hereditary Prince Gustaf Adolf died in a plane crash, and Carl Gustaf and his four sisters were left fatherless.

On 29 October 1950, Carl Gustaf became Crown Prince of Sweden as his grandfather King Gustaf VI Adolf ascended the throne, following the death of King Gustaf V.

From his early school years, via confirmation, upper secondary school graduation and military service at the Royal Navy, to ascension, marriage to Queen Silvia and the birth of his three children, King Carl XVI Gustaf seems to always have been in the company of a photographer capturing the moment – all the way up to today. We’re thankful for that!

To mark the occasion of his 50-year anniversary, King Carl XVI Gustaf has been paying visits to all 21 of Sweden’s regions during the months leading up to this day. These visits have offered him and Queen Silvia a chance to meet with the people.

According to the 1974 constitution, the Swedish monarch has no political affinity or formal powers. His duties are mainly of a ceremonial and representative nature.

We congratulate His Majesty!

Introduction of the new SACC Young Professional Board

We are happy to introduce Henric Nordenborg – New Chair of the SACC Young Professionals Board

Henric is an Account Executive, Corporate Development at SS&C Intralinks in Sydney. He hails originally from a farm near the small country town of Väderstad, Sweden, but has considered Australia his home since 2016 when he made the move “down under” to pursue his second undergraduate degree in Business at Bond University. He presently serves as an Account Executive in the Financial Technology sector. Pyrmont is now his chosen residence, where he resides with his partner and their beloved Cavoodle puppy named Otto. Beyond his professional life, Henric’s passions encompass networking, globetrotting, sports, and sailing. Furthermore, his heart is deeply committed to community engagement and he has a strong commitment to fostering a positive change in the world. LinkedIn: Henric Nordenborg

We also take this opportunity to thank SACC Young Professionals previous Chair Therese Nithenius who did a brilliant job leading the YP Board and its members. Therese was also a key initiative taker to introduce the SACC Mentorship Program in 2021. THANK YOU Therese and well done!
Henric has 4 fellow board members in his team, Linda Eriksson, Ellen Caire, Johannes Nordqvist and Johan Ekerlund who will now engage in SACC YP events and activities. Meet the new YP Board here:
A big welcome to Henric and the new YP Board!

Next SACC YP Event – Football celebrations continue!

During the FIFA Womens World Cup we organised a number of SACC YP catch-ups to watch the games in Sydney CBD at Cheers Bar and in Manly at the Wharf Bar. It was a huge success with hundreds of Australian Swedes gathered and creating two massive yellow walls on both sides of the bridge, cheering and celebrating passionately. Now that the World Cup dust has finally settled, the women certainly delivered on their promises and hosted a medal celebration on home turf (at least for us Australian-Swedes), and what a celebration it was!
After a somewhat disappointing loss to the Spanish team, which unfortunately cost us Sweden’s first shot at gold, the women at least managed to run circles around “the Matildas” and not only secure the bronze medal but also clinch the top spot in the FIFA world rankings.
We believe this is certainly worth celebrating. Therefore, in our capacity as the Swedish-Australian Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional division, we will be gathering at the Garden Bar at the Paragon Hotel in Circular Quay on Saturday, September 23rd at 6:00 PM.
Event details
Date: Saturday 23 September
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Garden Bar at the Paragon Hotel in Circular Quay, 1 Loftus St, Sydney NSW 2000

 P.S. Sweden is actually facing Spain in a friendly match later in the night, so for those of you eager for a rematch, this is your chance to dig out your Swedish colors and come together again. The match will be shown at Cheers, and the gathering for this match is at 2:00 AM.

Will we see you on the 23rd?

Cheers from SACC YP 

SACC Sustainability Committee – Update

The SACC Sustainability Committee is attracting more members and we are delighted to welcome the following new company representatives:

Laurissa Mirabelli, Head of PR & Communications at Polestar Australia

George Ltaif, Director, Marketing & Communications at Arjo South East Asia Pacific

Harry Byrnes Howe, Director at EQT Partners Australia


The committee regularly post success stories on LinkedIn here are the latest stories from AstraZeneca, Sandvik and Tetra Pak:


Next Sustainability Committee Event is set to take place on 24 October a virtual event with focus on Sustainable Food & Beverage 

Date: 2 November 2023 at 5-6 pm (AEDT),  7-8 am (CET)

Format: Virtual Event with presentations followed by discussion and Q&A

Companies presenting: ABB, Alfa Laval and Tetra Pak

Host: SACC Sustainability Committee

More event details will be available soon.

Update from the European Australian Business Council (EABC)

EABC Business Mission to Europe 2023 – Stockholm Visit

Each year, the EABC undertakes a high-level Business Mission to Europe as an initiative to strengthen bilateral relationships with European governments, institutions, business leaders, peak industry groups and policy and research organisations. This year our delegation travelled to Berlin, Brussels, Stockholm, Paris and London, in June and July with 25 senior business and organisational leaders from a diverse range of industry sectors, and leading research-intensive universities.

In Stockholm the delegation was delighted to be joined by members of the SACC Board for meetings with Trade Minister Johan Forssell; Jacob Wallenberg, Marcus Wallenberg and Investor AB colleagues; Hans Wallmark MP, Swedish Defence Commission Chair; Dr Anna Breman, Sveriges Riksbank First Deputy Governor; Henrik Isakson, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise Director for Trade Policy; the leaders of Ericsson, H2 Green Steel, LKAB, Northvolt, Saab AB, Scania Group, SSAB and Talga Group; among others.

Delegates gained insights into the political, economic and regulatory outlook for Sweden and for Europe (from a Swedish perspective); geopolitics and trade policy, regional security and defence industry; Sweden’s green transition, with a focus on clean energy, sustainable mining and the decarbonisation of major industries; industrial policy and the central role of innovation, science and research for remaining competitive. Please find copies of some of the presentations from the Stockholm programme.

Link: Presentations Password: businessmission23

EU-Australia FTA Negotiations – State of Play

The 15th round of negotiations was held in Brussels between 24 and 28 April 2023 (official reports available here and here). The round was very constructive, with 11 chapters and sub-chapters and 5 annexes provisionally closed in a week – a feat when one considers only 13 chapters, sub-chapters and annexes had been provisionally closed prior to this round.

The following issues were provisionally concluded:

Technical Barriers to Trade including four annexes on Conformity Assessment, Motor Vehicles and Parts, Cosmetics and Complementary Medicines. The negotiators agreed to apply a dispute settlement mechanism to the whole chapter and its annexes, along with its application to the Australian State and Territories. Of note, conformity assessments will be facilitated for certain sectors. Most importantly, Australia has provisionally agreed to accept EU type-approval certificates for a broad category of vehicles. As a result, approvals in the EU will not need further certification before entering the Australian market, where the technical requirements comply.

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), except Geographical Indications (GIs) – Whilst the IPR chapter was provisionally closed, including general provisions on the recognition of the interests of Australian First Nations peoples, GIs remain under discussion – conflicts with prior uses for several names persist.

Rules of Origin – Negotiators successfully provisionally concluded the Rules of Origin chapter, which will establish simple, low-cost, self-certification procedures for traders to claim origin.

Digital Trade (data flows across borders, privacy, scope and source code), Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (including a dispute settlement mechanism), Sustainable Food Systems, Financial Services, Cross Border Trade in Services, Trade Remedies (except for issues linked to the final goods market access outcome), Anti-Fraud, Rules of Procedures of the Trade Committee and The Preamble.

Government Procurement – Negotiators provisionally closed this chapter during intersessionals ahead of the 15th round. Australia has agreed to match its most ambitious treaty-level commitments for EU suppliers. EU companies would enjoy the legal right to tender for an additional EUR 9.9 (AUD 15) billion annually of services contracts across the Australian Government and all state and territory governments. This adds to the following 13 chapters, sub-chapters and annexes that had already been provisionally concluded in earlier rounds: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Customs and Trade Facilitation, Capital Movement, Delivery Services, Professional Services, Telecommunication Services, Maritime Services, Domestic

Regulation, Good Regulatory Practice, Transparency, Mutual Administrative Assistance in Customs Matters, Government Procurement, and Competition.

Following the 15th round, the following issues remained outstanding:

Trade in Goods – The Trade in Goods text was provisionally agreed, except for those issues linked to the final goods market access package. The sectors qualified as sensitive for the EU (beef, sheep meat, sugar and rice) had not been discussed during the 15th round.

Services and Investment – Whilst the sub-chapters on Financial Services and Cross Border Trade in Services were provisionally closed, the revised market access package was further reviewed. Of note, the temporary movement of natural persons, of key importance to businesses, is still under discussion. The EU cannot offer reciprocity to Australia as migration is not a competence of the EU but a competence of Member States. Australia is exploring with the EU mechanisms to enhance mobility. It should be noted that Australia is currently revising its migration laws and that Clare O’Neil, Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs, is considering scratching the labour market test in the future.

Subsidies and State-owned Enterprises – The chapters are well advanced. Finalisation is subject to technical matters being confirmed.

Trade and Sustainable Development – Australia rejected inserting a non-regression clause in the trade and sustainable development chapter – key provision for the EU to ensure that their trading partner agrees not to lower labour standards in the future to attract investment.

Energy and resources – Solid progress was achieved on outstanding issues including Australia First Nations peoples’ interests relating to energy and resources, third party access to energy transport infrastructure, renewable energy, and raw materials cooperation. Issues remain on energy and resources pricing issues.

What are the remaining blockages?

Since the 15th round, European Commission Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis and Australian Trade Minister Don Farrell met early June in Brussels to iron out the politically sensitive issues. The EU made an offer to Australia on the market access of sensitive products which Australia could not agree too as the offer was not commercially meaningful.

Australia and the EU have since held another two days of talks on 10 and 11 July 2023 in Brussels. However, the EU did not offer to open its market at a level that was considered commercially meaningful for Australian agricultural products – notably for beef and sheep meat.

  • Australia stated that the EU could not expect Australia to be satisfied with the sort of deal it struck with New Zealand. While the new offer to Australia is marginally better than the deal with New Zealand on beef meat, the conditionality elements included would not meaningfully improve conditions, and furthermore, the offer on sheep meat is significantly lower than that offered to New Zealand.
  • Minister Farrell said he was still optimistic of making progress. Nonetheless, he warned Australia is ready to walk away should a deal not make the light of day before the end of the year.
  • Without a commitment to an improved market access offer, Australia is reticent to offer more to the EU in the outstanding areas including temporary mobility of persons, energy (hydrogen/ critical raw materials pricing issues) and luxury cat tax. Additional areas include GIs (arrangements for four sensitive products still outstanding) and sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPS).
  • During the last round of negotiations, the parties provisionally closed the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter – no clarity however on what has been agreed. It has been reported that the outcome is broadly consistent with the EU-New-Zealand trade agreement, and in some respects go beyond this (e.g. more comprehensive environmental services and goods lists). The EU side is said to be happy that the deal would ensure a level playing field for EU businesses.

Next steps

  • Market access into the EU for Australian agricultural products considered sensitive by the EU is the decisive factor for a deal to be done. Australia is ready to walk away should the deal not be good enough to justify signing the FTA. For Australia to be able to ‘sell’ the deal, which imposes significant burden on domestic businesses around GIs in particular, there will need to be ‘commercially meaningful’ improvement of market access for other agricultural products.
  • Negotiations resumed on 31 August. Executive Vice-President Dombrovskis spoke with Minister Farrell over videoconference to hear from the Australian side on their internal consultations, which Minister Farrell indicated that he had to carry out after the conclusion of the last ministerial discussions in mid-July.
  • The gap between the expectations now needs to be bridged for the negotiations to progress further.
  • The time for a deal is now whilst there is a positive momentum ahead of the EU elections.

Special offer for SACC Members – B2B Marketing Leaders Forum 15-16 November in Melbourne

Melbourne’s largest marketing conference is founded and run by one of our Swedish members, Emma Roborgh.  As such we’re hoping you’ll share this with your marketing team with a $200 discount code SACC and encourage their attendance.







Forum Details:

Event: B2B Marketing Leaders Forum Melbourne 2023

Dates: 15-16 November

Venue: Crown, Melbourne

Over two days you’ll learn from two CEOs (former CMOs), a CFO and over 30 CMOs and B2B marketing leaders responsible for driving revenue, growth, accelerating pipeline and building brand for their businesses.

Speakers include:

Lisa Henderson, CEO (former CMO), Aon Affinity

Lisa, as a former CMO will share her journey to Managing Director and her recommendations for CMOs:

  • The need for CMOs to understand that most CEOs have a direct obligation to their board to drive a growth agenda
  • Finding the right metrics – what does commercial acumen as a CMO look like?
  • Putting analytically-centred marketers in strategic roles and making them strategic P&L leaders who “own” brand results and are accountable for total business results
  • Advice for presenting to the leadership team; understanding the need to focus on their pain points vs your own day-to-day agenda, the importance of being prepared to defend your data and ensure the data presented are linked to business objectives
  • Stakeholder engagement – work your network – how to be present and stay relevant in their world

George Pappas, CEO (former CMO), Linde Material Handling

As a former CMO turned CEO he’ll share what a high performing CMO/Marketing function looks like and the importance of business acumen and financial literacy in marketers. He’ll also share how he’s built a total financially astute company culture, demystifying the P&L so that every employee understands how their impact and fulfilment of customer needs results in financial benefits for the business

Trent Innes, Chief Growth Officer (Former Managing Director, Xero), SiteMinder

Cambell Holt, Head of Growth, SEEK

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We look forward to welcoming you and your team in November,
Emma Roborgh
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Stay up to date with regular news from “Swedes Worldwide – Svenskar i Världen”

Swedes Worldwide – Svenskar i Världen (SVIV) is an independent, non-profit organisation founded in 1938. We hold the unique role as the representative of approx. 700 000 Swedes who study, work or for other reasons live abroad. 

SVIV serves as the Swedes living abroad’s voice in Sweden. They monitor their interests and issues, such as citizenship, passport, taxation, voting, and pensions and conduct advocacy and lobbying through contacts with parliamentary parties, authorities, organisations, media, and other influencers.  

SVIV also acts as a consultative body on matters concerning Swedes living abroad and they have the responsibility to ensure that their needs and rights are safeguarded in various referrals.  

Additionally, SVIV gives advice and support to members and partners. They do that in collaboration with worldwide representatives, and experienced experts within the fields of interests of our members and partners. 

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The Swedish School in Sydney – Enrolment open for 2024


The Swedish School in Sydney is open for enrolment!  

The school in Sydney provides weekly Swedish lessons K-HSC for students with Swedish heritage. The Swedish School provides qualified teachers in small groups face to face and online. The school is very popular, you are welcome to try a lesson for free  – Students thrive in an engaging and fun environment!

Svenska Skolan i Sydney har intagning nu, missa inte det! Skolan erbjuder svenskundervisning i små grupper Kindy – HSC två timmar i veckan på flera platser i Sydney samt online. Skolan har kvalificerade lärare, lärorika och roliga lektioner – välkommen på en gratis provlektion! Läs mer och anmäl er direkt på skolans hemsida

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The SACC is introducing new membership structure from 1 August 2023

Dear Members,

The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce (SACC) is committed to always create meaningful, relevant, and high quality added value for all members.

The past year featured many high quality and rewarding seminars, topic focused meetings, Executive forums, CEO talks, a two-day Swedish Australian Innovation, Technology and Design Summit, mentorship program and many social networking events.

During the pandemic we quickly adapted our event agenda, reached out and connected to other chambers, created special online content and in the executive board we decided to freeze the membership fees on 2017 levels and put membership engagement front and centre.

Post pandemic the world around us has changed – energy and raw materials are more costly; interest rates are higher and inflation pressure is all around us. To arrange, organise and execute business and social events has also become much more expensive than previous years.

To secure continuous high quality membership content, events, seminars and benefits we will un-freeze our long-standing membership fee structure and adapt a new pricing & benefit structure that is reflecting the new reality.

In preparation we have done market research and benchmarked ourselves with other chambers, both in Australia and Asia Pacific region. We are confident that our new membership fee structure is competitive and offers the best high quality and value for money compared to any other chambers. Please find the new membership fee structure, benefits and annual fees presented here. The new membership rates will be active from 1 August 2023.

Please contact us for any further details on

Yours Sincerely,

The Board

Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce