Team Sweden: Providing effective export support

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  • Team Sweden in Japan

    Team Sweden in Japan: Science and innovation Counsellor Dr Niklas Kviselius (Growth Analysis), Trade Commissioner Cecilia Öberg Leiram (Business Sweden), ambassador Magnus Robach, Thomas Östergren, Chairman of the SCCJ and Hans Rhodiner, General Manager SCCJ (The Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan). Photo: Kjell Fornander

Swedish exports are one of the Swedish Government’s focus areas and are an important part of getting more people in work and safeguarding Swedish welfare. Team Sweden stands ready to help businesses. It is an umbrella made up of public authorities, government agencies and companies that all work to promote Swedish exports abroad.

In Japan Team Sweden consists of the Embassy, Business Sweden, the Growth Analysis Office and the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCJ).

Japan is one of Sweden’s most important trading partners outside EU, and the second largest market in Asia after China. Many Swedish companies have been active on the Japanese market for a long time while others have just arrived.

Team Sweden will help make entry into the export market clear and simple for interested Swedish companies. It’s a way for the Government to make use of coordinated and effective export support to help businesses that want to set up operations abroad. This export support includes advisory services, financing, marketing and the long-term promotion of Sweden. Another task for Team Sweden is to regularly evaluate public promotion activities so that the most effective methods are always chosen.

Learn more about Team Sweden here and on the website.

Follow Team Sweden on Twitter @TeamSwedenSE

In September 2015 the Government adopted a new export strategy. The strategy is aimed to help achieve the Government’s overall objective of Sweden having the lowest unemployment rate in the EU by 2020. Read the strategy here or you can also open the pdf file.

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