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15 April 2021
Finland and Sweden as driving forces for a sustainable future

Welcome to From a common vision to global action – Finland and Sweden as driving forces for a sustainable future webinar


Finland and Sweden have a long history of working together, and collaboration is now perhaps more important than ever.

Team Finland will organize an online Ministerial Delegation on 15th of April to Sweden. Mr. Mika Lintilä, Minister of Economic Affairs and Mr. Ville Skinnari, Minister for Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade will lead the online visit. This event offers an inspiring plenary session, informative workshops and targeted 1:1 meetings between Finnish Business Delegation companies and Swedish participants. We welcome you to join our event!

Plenary Session 10:15-11:15 EEST / 09:15-10:15 CET
Welcoming Words
– Ms. Liisa Talonpoika, Ambassador of Finland to Sweden
Opening Remarks
– Mr. Mika Lintilä, Minister of Economic Affairs of Finland
Greeting
- Ms. Anna Hallberg, Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs of Sweden

Panel Discussion
:
Mr. Ville Skinnari, Minister for Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade of Finland
Mr. Ibrahim Baylan, Minister of Trade and Industry of Sweden (video message)
Ms. Nicola Clase, Ambassador of Sweden to Finland
Ms. Nina Kopola, Director General, Business Finland
Mr. Jacob Wallenberg, Chair, Council of Delegates, Finnish-Swedish Chamber of Commerce

This is a unique opportunity to generate new business contacts and share experiences between Finnish and Swedish companies in a variety of industries:


Food and Beverage

Close geographical location and cultural similarities offer Finnish companies a great environment for growing their business, but also for testing and developing the commercial concept. Finnish food and beverages exports to Sweden exceed EUR 300 million yearly.

Health and Wellbeing

Sustainable healthcare comprises several features within healthcare and hospitals and is one of the Nordic Strongholds reported in a study financed by Nordic Innovation. With massive investments into this sector in the Nordics and globally there is a large and growing business opportunity for Swedish companies that together with Finnish companies can create even more attractive offers.

Textile

How do the leading fashion companies work in the transition towards sustainability and circularity? What kind of innovative solutions are already available, and what is the role of these solutions in the fashion and textile industry transformation?
 

Registration

Closed since 15 April 2021

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Meetings

Participants 77
Meetings 52

Participants

Austria 1
Denmark 5
Finland 135
Germany 2
Greece 1
India 1
Japan 1
Lithuania 1
Norway 5
Romania 1
Singapore 1
South Africa 1
Spain 2
Sweden 90
Turkey 1
Ukraine 1
United Kingdom 2
United States 2
Total 253

Participants

Start-up 25
Company (SME) 80
Company (Major) 26
University 6
R&D Institution 6
Association/Agency 29
Authority/Government 63
Media 12
Hospital/Health care provider 6
Total 253

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