AIM Public Affairs joins the SCC patronship

10 September 2021

We are pleased to announce that AIM Public Affairs has joined the SCC patronship to support the Swedish-British business community. With skills to manage conflicts and crises that arise from complex issues, Aim Public Affairs provides leaders and decision-makers with strategies to form policy and influence public opinion. Its team has served in senior positions in politics and business. Their personal relationships and unique experiences provide valuable insight for their clients. A warm welcome to the team at AIM Public Affairs to the patronship.

The patronship of the Chamber consists of a core group of member businesses, all committed to the long-term support of the Swedish-British business community. The patrons are advocates for the members of the Chamber and in return, the patronship comes with a range of added benefits, exclusive access and invites as well as extended marketing and networking opportunities.

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