Sweden Trade Associations

Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce is a business organisation that aims to make the Counties of Stockholm and Uppsala an even better place for business.
Stockholm – the centre of economic growth in Northern Europe
The Chamber, together with its member companies, seeks to realise the vision of Stockholm as the centre of economic growth in Northern Europe.
Through petitions and research, the Chamber influences government decision-makers on behalf of the business community.

Swedish Trade and Invest Council
With offices in 57 countries and in every region in Sweden, Swedish Trade and Invest Council strengthen Sweden as an attractive, innovative and competitive business partner. An important part is to support Swedish small and medium-sized companies in reaching export markets with their products and services so that they can grow internationally. The support consists of advisory services, skills development for companies, events, and targeted campaigns. Business Sweden’s mission is also to facilitate for foreign actors to invest in Sweden. The innovation-friendly climate offers excellent investment opportunities in manufacturing, transport, science, technology, healthcare, music, design, tourism and other industries. Business Sweden is a merger of the Swedish Trade Council and Invest Sweden, founded on January 1, 2013. They are jointly owned by the Swedish government and the industry, represented by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Foreign Trade Association. The shared ownership provides access to contacts and networks at all levels.

Swedish Textile and Clothing Industries Association (TEKO)
The Swedish Textile and Clothing Industries’ Association (TEKO) is the joint sector and employers’ organization for the Swedish textile and clothing industry. They represent the sector – nationally and internationally – in all questions of common interest, and inform customers, suppliers, the media, the public and the government about the Swedish textile and clothing industry, its companies and its products. An important task is to supply information and service to the member companies.The market, the EU, the environment, contract areas and labour law are the core of the operations