The Patrons of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce are invaluable. Founded in 1992, the group is comprised of companies close to the Chamber who are willing to support its aims and activities by contributing supplementary financial funding. Since its establishment, the Patronship has grown steadily from 15 members to more than 42 companies today. They represent a wide variety of industries, ranging from the financial sector to food and beverage.
Patrons of the Chamber receive additional visibility through its various marketing channels, such as The LINK, Trade Directory, Annual Review, SCC website and social media platforms. Furthermore, Patrons also receive invites to exclusive events. These include, amongst others, the Industrial Forum which is held at the Swedish Ambassador’s residence and aims to bring together leading individuals within the industrial companies and the largest corporates within the network. Fundamentally, the patronship offers additional marketing and networking opportunities. The ability to sponsor events is also largely taken into consideration for Patron members.
The Chamber is very grateful for the additional support from the Patron companies and would like to thank them for their contributions to the development and promotion of Anglo-Swedish trade and business.
Joining this exclusive group is possible after an initial consultation with the Chamber and by approval from the Committees and the Council.
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