November 13, 2018 - Radisson Blu Waterfront, Stockholm
Help the U.S. Marine Corps Celebrate Its 243rd Birthday
Transatlantic Business Conference and Awards 2018
By invitation only.
Perspectives from inside the beltway and the capital of Sweden
Trade Confidence and Polling in the U.S. and Swedish Elections
By invitation only.
Harvard Business Review 2018 Speakers Series
Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)
The GDPR After The First Four Months: Success or Wait and See
Come and enjoy a chat among prominent executives in an open and casual "fireside" setting.
U.S.-Swedish Relations in the Aftermath of the Swedish Elections
Free Brown Bag Lunch & Learn and Film Screening with Robin Hauser
AmCham cordially invites you to meet Joan C. Williams, author of Harvard Business Review’s most popular article ever, and a follow-up book: White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America.
AmCham Sweden is pleased to invite you to our 2018 Annual General Meeting and Transatlantic Summit.
In keeping with tradition, the focus will be on transatlantic trade and investment between Sweden and the United States.
Keynote Speaker: David E. Lindwall, Chargé d'Affaires, U.S. Embassy Stockholm
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on May 25, and companies that collect data on all individuals in European Union (EU) countries will need to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data.
Lisette Titre-Montgomery is an Art Director with more than seventeen years of game industry experience.
Join HR professionals and other business leaders to discuss talent mobility strategies for business expansion in both directions between Sweden and the United States.
In collaboration with AFS (American Field Services), British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, French-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, Swiss-Swedish Chamber of Commerce and others.
On April 16, the Swedish Government will present its Spring Fiscal Policy Bill to the Riksdag. AmCham invites you to hear how this bill will help determine the course the country will follow in the year ahead.
The problems workers wrestle with today are so much more complex than before. They require creative thinking and a very different work process in which people and ideas diverge and converge, and iterate.
AmCham Sweden invites you to participate in an interactive Energy Lab to add a Swedish perspective to ongoing neuroscience studies that are being conducted by Steelcase researchers.
This presentation is going to be focused on a new way of defining success, which takes into account your quality of life as well as your profession as a leader. In this presentation, we offer a way to change patterns of thinking that focus on obstacles to patterns of thought that are possibility and solution-oriented. When you shift the focus of your attention from problems to possibilities, it affects how your brain works, so that you can generate creative outcomes. We will review basic research into the Negativity Bias, a thought pattern that is linked to the evolution of the brain, and we will demonstrate how to shift from this thought pattern into more creative modes that will bring true success to your life.