Thursday, December 9, 2021 (4 PM - 5:30 PM) (GMT+7)Add to Calendar
Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, SwedCham in Singapore, Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Swedish Chamber of Commerce China, Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Korea, Swedish Chamber of Commerce India, Swedish Chamber of Commerce Taipei, The Malaysian-Swedish Business Association, NordCham Indonesia, NordCham Philipines
Sweden, a small country in northern Europe with only 0.13% of the world's population, is one of the first nations in the world to have implemented an official nation branding strategy. As a result, Sweden benefits from a positive brand image abroad. Four profile areas have been identified to define the idea of a Brand Sweden strategy: Innovation, Creativity, Society, and Sustainability. These are areas where Sweden is strong. As a result, the country is positioned among the leading nations in various global indexes of economic performance, social commitments, capacity for innovation, governance, sustainable commitments, etc.
For this SwedCham APAC event, we are delighted to have the following prominent guests with us to answer the above questions and many more:
Mr Simon Anholt is an independent policy advisor, author and expert in nation branding who for the past 21 years has worked with the Heads of State and Heads of Government of 63 nations to help them improve their economic, political and cultural engagements with the international community, and by raising their profiles enhance trade, tourism, diplomatic and cultural relations, major events, talent and investment attraction.
Ms Madeleine Sjöstedt, Director-General Swedish Institute, a public agency that promotes interest and trust in Sweden worldwide. The institute works in the fields of culture, education, science and business to strengthen international relations and development.
Ms Leonie Hoskin, IKEA Retail Manager (Thailand, Vietnam) for Ikano Retail. IKEA is well-known globally for using brand Sweden actively and strategically by communicating Swedish cultural concepts, symbols, and values and exporting them worldwide.
This webinar is open to SweCham members only and is free of charge.
Photo: Ola Ericson/imagebank.sweden.se