1902 Sweden’s first Chamber of Commerce establishes in Stockholm.
1906 The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK establishes in London.
1907 The Chamber has no less than 189 Members.
1914 The outbreak of the First World War sees an increase in the number of Members.
1921 The Chamber moves into a new building at Trinity Square. It is opened by His Royal Highness the Swedish Crown Prince Gustaf VI Adolf.
1921 - 1939 The inter-war period sees an economic slowdown which forces traders to reduce their commitments.
1939 - 1945 The Second World War sees a faltering day-to-day running of the Secretariat as the bulk trade between Sweden and the UK abruptly ceased.
1970s The Chamber launches a big PR campaign.
1972 Industry, commerce and government in Sweden pool their resources and interests and found the Swedish Export Council. As a result, the Chamber and the Swedish Government agree to separate trade promotion and service to individual companies.
1972 H.M King Carl XVI Gustaf comes to the Chamber as a trainee.
1978 The Chamber resolves to establish its own Secretariat. It faced a new period of regeneration.
1980s A steady increase of new Members as the UK attract many Swedish companies.
1990s Recession hits both the Member companies and the Chamber itself. It saw a change of interest in the Chamber’s events which produced a renewal of the programme.
2001 The Chamber moves to its present office in Marylebone.
2006 The Chamber celebrates its Centenary with a wide range of events for its Members. It also sees the beginning of new Centenary projects aimed at furthering trade connections between Sweden and the UK.
2008 The Chamber launches a new graphical profile, including logo and website.
2010 The Chamber introduces the popular and recurring event series 'Business Meets Politics'.
2011 LINK celebrates its 300th issue.
2012 The Chamber enjoys the support of 38 Patrons Companies, more than ever before.