POSTPONED – SACC YP Melbourne pre-movie networking 27 July 6.30pm

Palace Cinema Como Toorak Rd, South Yarra, Victoria

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED DUE TO LOCKDOWN. WE WILL KEEP YOU POSTED AND HOPE TO RUN THE EVENT AS SOON AS RESTRICTIONS WILL EASE. ------------------------------------- Join us for pre-movie networking drinks for the screening of the Scandinavian film The Exception 27 July 6.30pm We are very pleased to be able to celebrate the Scandinavian Film Festival with in person events

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$18.00

SACC Brisbane pre-movie networking 30 July for the screening of the Swedish film Tigers

Palace Barracks Brisbane 61 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, QLD

SACC Brisbane join us on 30 July for pre-movie networking for the screening of the Swedish film Tigers We are pleased to be able to celebrate the Scandinavian Film Festival with in person events at some of our chapters. In Brisbane, we will meet at Palace Barracks for pre-movie drinks followed by the Swedish film Tigers, which was crowned Best Nordic Film

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$16.00

SACC Melbourne – Nordic Engagement Lunch Wednesday 11 August – POSTPONED

Denmark House Level 3, 428 Little Burke Street, Melbourne, Victoria

DUE TO MELBOURNE LOCKDOWN WE HAVE TO POSTPONE THIS LUNCH. A NEW DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED.  NB: If you registered for the lunch which was cancelled due to covid lockdown on 9 June or the lunch scheduled for 11 August your payment will be moved across to the new date. For refund details please contact

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Insight to the Gaming Industry – SACC online event 26 Aug 5pm

The gaming industry is arguably one of the most important and innovative sectors in tech today. Its importance to culture, social networking and entertainment cannot be understated. The term “entertainment industry” is no longer reserved for the film industry as gaming is now providing one of the most immersive forms of entertainment to more than two billion people

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Swedish Chambers APAC Online Event 2 Sept with Economist Mr Klas Eklund on the World Economy

We are delighted to announce that Mr Klas Eklund​​, Senior Economist at Mannheimer Swartling​, will be our guest at the next Swedish Chambers APAC online event. During this virtual fireside-style chat, we will be given the rare opportunity to tap into the wealth of knowledge of Mr Eklund and gain insight into his views and perspectives of

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Free – $25.00

Roadmaps for Fossil Free Competitiveness – Embassy of Sweden and SACC online event 7 Sept 4pm AEST

Join the Embassy of Sweden & Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce Online 4:00 - 5:00 pm, 7 September 2021 For a conversation on roadmaps for fossil-free competitiveness with Fossil Free Sweden & Industry representatives Svante Axelsson National Coordinator of Fossil Free Sweden In conversation with David Leitch Principal ITK Services Australia & Author at RenewEconomy &

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SACC EXECUTIVE FORUM 14 SEPTEMBER, 4pm AEST

Dear Member, The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce (SACC) would like to invite you to an Executive Forum for leaders of Swedish Businesses established in Australia with the Ambassador of Sweden, HE Mr Henrik Cederin. Due to lockdown and restrictions, we are organising this forum virtually 14 September, 4.00-5.30 pm. We are delighted to virtually welcome

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Free

Swedish Chambers APAC Webinar 12 October – Why are Mergers & Acquisitions growing in importance in the APAC region?

Companies merge to share information, technology or other resources to increase the overall strengths. Mergers also help to overcome existing challenges, reduce weaknesses and gain a competitive edge in the market. Why is M&A growing in importance in the APAC region? What are the economic driving factors? Which sectors/industries and capabilities are driving activity? What

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Free – $25.00

Sustainable Transportation SACC Webinar 19 October 5pm AEDT

What can the Australian transportation sector learn from Sweden in order to move towards a greener sustainable future? As one of the largest contributors of CO2 emissions within the transportation sector in Australia*, the electrification of commercial vehicle fleets, including trucks and buses, provides an excellent opportunity for Australia to reduce its environmental impact. Due to

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