Business Rocks Breakfast Sessions
Monthly breakfast series held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Hard Rock Cafe in Stockholm.
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With Fredrik Erixon - Director and co-founder of the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), a world-economy think tank based in Brussels.
With Merci Olsson - Communications and Outreach Director, National Geographic Society Europe.
Uncommon Advice For Implementing Sustainable Change Management
Karin Henriksson, long-time Washington, DC - based correspondent for Svenska Dagbladet, will brief us on the latest news in the U.S. Presidential Election.
On September 1, 2016, a new judicial system will enter into force for cases involving Intellectual Property Rights (IP) law in Sweden.
A decade ago, the term "Pro Bono" was not part of the business vocabulary for many commercial enterprises in Sweden. Charitable organizations and non-profit businesses were able to operate using funds from donations and those provided by the Swedish government.
It began slowly. But the impact today’s social media giants including LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter have made on business is unmistakable and impossible to ignore. Today, these communication channels and tools are vital, and their use is multiplying at a phenomenal rate.
Today, men outnumber women by a margin of nearly nine to one on the nominating committees for the board of directors of the 59 major Swedish companies listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange's Large Cap list.
After nine rounds of negotiations, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) remains a work in progress.
During 2014, 117 suspected cases of bribery were reported to the police in Sweden. These consisted of different levels of corruption, in both the private and public sectors.
Join AmCham Sweden for a business breakfast on Small Companies in a Big Market: TTIP's Impact On Swedish SMEs