Business Breakfast on Brexit

With Brexit around the corner, the Chamber's popular Brexit themed roundtable breakfasts continue, with special guests H.E. Torbjörn Sohlström, Ambassador of Sweden to the United Kingdom and Mikael Milhøj, Senior Analyst at Danske Bank. 

The breakfasts are an opportunity for larger Swedish corporations in the UK to participate in open discussions and to ask questions regarding the ongoing Brexit negotiations. It is an intimate event, with limited space and under Chatham House Rule. 

Agenda

08.00 Registration, networking and coffee
08.30 Sit down and welcome by Chair
09.30 End of roundtable and networking until 10.00

Breakfast will be served.

About the Business Breakfast

The SCC’s Business Breakfasts bring together tailored and differently composed, intimate groups for interactive roundtable discussions and great speakers. The format is informal and under Chatham House Rule.

Booking information

Please register your interest to attend this event. Participant lists are curated with the theme of each Business Breakfast in mind, for all attendees to get the most out of the discussions. You will be notified if your seat has been confirmed. Payment will be made upon confirmation. By booking, members pay £25 and non-members pay £75.

Terms & Conditions

Bookings are non-refundable, but at the discretion of the organiser, you can change the name of the person attending. For this, please contact events@scc.org.uk.

For any questions or enquiries, please contact the Events and Programmes Manager Carina D. Falk at falk@scc.org.uk.

Business Breakfast on Brexit

9 October, 8:00am - 10:00am

Danske Bank UK, 75 King William Street, London EC4N 7DT

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