For over 50 years, the Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (SCCC), a non-profit business association, has been promoting the development of Swedish-Canadian commerce by facilitating company visits, business references and referrals, information exchange, topical seminars and regular networking events that provide an opportunity to learn, and equally important to meet and share experience with people with similar interests.
The SCCC is a forum allowing Swedes and Canadians with mutual interests to connect at various levels, and to find opportunities to share information on business issues as well as finding cultural and social opportunities.
The SCCC’s website, enables you to tell prospective clients about your business and to build awareness of your company, offerings and expertise. The posting of your company’s products and services gives it an exposure to thousands of potential customers.
Many leading Swedish companies doing business in Canada recognize the value of SCCC membership, including Alfa Laval, Atlas Copco, Ericsson, H&M Hennes & Mauritz, IKEA, Sandvik, SKF, Stora Enso, Tetra-Pak, and Volvo Trucks. (See the membership directory on the home page)
The Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s vision is to be the facilitator of and a gateway to business, cultural and social development between Sweden and Canada.The Chamber will provide knowledge about both countries; promote trade and development of business opportunities.
The Chamber is a forum allowing Swedes and Canadians with mutual interests to connect at various levels, and find cultural and social opportunities.
The Chamber provides Swedish businesses with a gateway to Canadian customers and Canadian businesses with a gateway to Swedish customers.
The Chamber promotes Sweden and Swedish companies in Canada as well as Canada and Canadian companies in Sweden, connecting Swedish and Canadian businesses with customers in both countries.
The Chamber provides a platform of networking and a vibrant, interactive website depicting business from all sectors of the industry.
The Chamber works closely with:
- The Swedish Embassy in Ottawa
- The Swedish Trade Office (STO) in Toronto
- Invest in Sweden Agency (ISA)
- The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Toronto (EUCOCIT)
- And the Canadian Swedish Business Association (CSBA) in Stockholm.