SCC Annual Report 2021: A growing and content community despite unpredictable times

10 June 2022

As the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK summarises 2021 in its Annual Report, the community of members is not only growing in strength and numbers, but also in terms of adaptability to the unpredictability of our time. 

As the Chamber started bringing back its much appreciated in-person events, virtual events were still part of the offering, as they open up a number of new possibilities for both speakers and participants. One of the key functions of the Chamber, is to bring together thinkers and stakeholders from different sectors, and provide them with platforms to exchange experiences and ideas. Business leaders across industries, who would rarely find themselves in the same room, can meet, discuss and learn from each other’s successes and mistakes.

With a long way to go before reaching stable ground on the other side, many members seem grateful not to be doing the journey alone. According to the SCC’s yearly member survey, 87% find the membership offering valuable or very valuable. And with 66 new businesses joining the community over the year - the Chamber is in a strong position to continue improving its services even further. Read more about the achievements over the past year and our way forward in the Annual Report 2021.

Read the 2021 Annual Report in full 

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