If you are interested in exporting your products to Sweden or explore opportunities for investments in Sweden, below is a list of Swedish institutions dedicated to making it easier for foreign companies to make business with Sweden. This is your gateway to the Swedish market.
Offer contacts, knowledge and capacity to exporters from developing countries within the Trade Promotion Programme. The programme is carried out in cooperation with Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency). To read more about the programme and download or order market information, see the Swedish Chambers website.
Association of Swedish Chambers of Commerce and Industry
The national organisation and network for regional chambers, all uniquely positioned at the heart of every business community in Sweden. Chambers are important links for contacts and networking on regional, national and international levels.
Western Sweden Chamber of Commerce
(Business Inquires) P.O. Box 5253 402 25 Göteborg Sweden Phone: +46 31 83 59 00 Fax: +46 31 83 59 36 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chamber of Commerce of East Sweden
(Market Information) P.O. Box 1343 S 600 43 Norrköping Tel: +46 11 12 91 00 Fax: +46 11 13 77 19 E-mail: email@example.com
Business Sweden is the official Swedish trade and investment council. We help international companies to develop successful business in Sweden providing strategic advice, information and hands-on support – from initial evaluation of growth opportunities to final establishment, strategic partnership or capital investment. Services are free of charge and in full confidentiality.
Business Sweden's purpose is to help every Swedish company to reach its full international potential, and help companies abroad to reach their potential by investing in Sweden. We offer our customers strategic advice and hands-on support.
Business Sweden is owned by the Swedish Government and the industry, a partnership that provides access to contacts and networks at all levels. Business Sweden was founded on the first of January, 2013, by a merger of the Swedish Trade Council (Exportrådet) and Invest Sweden.
Business Sweden Box 240, 10124 Stockholm Sweden Phone: +46 8 588 660 00 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Business Sweden
The National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium) is an independent government agency acting as an expert administrative authority on foreign trade and Swedish trade policies. Its activities fall mainly within the framework of the European Union and its internal market, but the Board also advocates an open and strong multilateral trading system, continued trade liberalisation and a simplification of trade procedures. It provides analyses of Swedish trade policies and information on i.e. import licences. The Board answers to enquiries free of charge.
National Board of Trade Box 6803 113 86 Stockholm Sweden Phone: +46 8 690 48 00 Fax: +46 8 30 67 59 E-mail: email@example.com
Website: National Board of Trade
Open Trade Gate Sweden
Open Trade Gate Sweden is one component of Sweden’s wish to strengthen the capacity of developing countries’ ability to trade and export. The initiative to form and develop Open Trade Gate Sweden stems from the Swedish Minister of Trade and Industry and the Swedish Minister of Development Cooperation. In April 2004 a governmental decision was taken to develop Open Trade Gate Sweden.
Open Trade Gate Sweden is a part of the National Board of Trade, which is Sweden’s governmental authority for foreign trade and trade policy.
Open Trade Gate Sweden Box 6803 S-113 86 Stockholm Sweden Phone: +46 8 690 49 40 Fax: +46 8 690 49 41 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Swedish Trade Federation (Svensk Handel) is the principal organ in Sweden for Swedish importers, wholesalers, suppliers and retailers. It has 20 000 members, of whom a large number of trade associations and local business organisations. The Federation works for increased imports to Sweden and thus promotes free trade across borders. It aims at enhancing the awareness of the significance of trade and imports to Sweden. A special unit called the Import Council offers service to companies that want to export to Sweden, on i.e. import licences, border inspections, import documents and customs regulations. It assists companies in establishing contacts between suppliers from abroad and Swedish trade associations/companies and offers information on Swedish markets and trends. Swedish Federation of Trade 103 29 Stockholm Sweden Phone: +46 8 762 77 00 Fax: +46 8 762 77 72 E-mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Swedish Trade Federation
To register your business inquiry and make it visible to importers/business partners in Sweden, visit the website.
This is a free to use website by the Chamber of Commerce in Sweden. You can post your business inquiry on this website stating that you wish to export to Sweden. This is highly recommended as a lot of Swedish importers use this website to source for items globally.
Website: Chamber Trade
This free-to-use comprehensive directory provides information such as name of companies, contact details, address, telephone, fax, e-mail, and web addresses of Swedish companies.
Swedfund provides risk capital, expertise and financial support for investment in the emerging markets of Africa, Asia and Latin America, as well as the non-EU countries of Eastern Europe.
NCCI was founded 2010 as a joint initiative of the Nordic companies and embassies in Bangladesh.