Welcome to this webinar on the political landscape in Sweden pre-election, featuring Daniella Waldfogel, Chief Policy Officer and Stefan Westerberg, Chief Economist both from Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, hosted by Swedish Chambers International in Europe.
Daniella and Stefan will be reflecting on the upcoming general elections in Sweden (September 2022), the state of the economy, NATO membership, and what other issues will be key to the Swedish electorate.
Daniella Waldfogel is Deputy Director and Chief Policy Officer at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Prior to joining the Chamber she held a position as Team Lead Public Affairs at one of the leading Nordic Advisory Firms, specializing in advocacy, stakeholder management and lobbying. Daniella Waldfogel has also served as political advisor to the leader of the Swedish Moderate Party delegation at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Stefan Westerberg is chief economist at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and has worked with business and enterprise affairs, as well as international trade policy issues, for over 15 years. Stefan has previously worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation and the World Trade Organization.
This event is organised by the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands in collaboration with the Swedish Chambers in France and the United Kingdom, on behalf of Swedish Chambers International in Europe and is made available to members of the SCC, free of charge. Please register for the webinar by using the booking form. For any further questions, please contact email@example.com.
About the Swedish Chambers International (SCI)
The Swedish Chambers International (SCI) is the umbrella organisation for Swedish Chambers of Commerce globally. Today, it represents Swedish Chambers across a large number of key trading locations with strong Swedish business ties. The SCI works with public bodies and other organisations and stakeholders - with the joint goal to expand the bilateral trade and economic exchange, and see it as essential for prosperity and development.