European competitiveness from a German and Swedish perspective

European competitiveness from a German and Swedish perspective is the theme of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce this year. How is Europe handling the crisis and which political decisions need to be prioritized? How can German and Swedish companies work together to create a competitive Europe and benefit from each other. This was also the topic of the speakers at the annual meeting on May 4th.

The speakers were Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson, Jacob Wallenberg Chairman of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and Siegfried Chairman of the German Industry Association BDI Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie and board member of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce. AIMS International Sweden has been a member of the Chamber of Commerce for many years. Since there are always ongoing recruitment assignments between Sweden and Germany, we would like to keep ourselves informed about the German market.

Many thanks for a well organized annual meeting!

Tysk Svenska Handelskammaren-Ulf-KristerssonSwedish Prime Minister, Mr. Ulf Kristersson, Image courtesy of Tysk-Svenska Handelskammaren

Börje has 30 years of investment banking experience. He has worked for Swedish, Scandinavian and international financial companies as Head of Sales & Marketing, Stockbroker and in Institutional Sales. Börje has been active in Executive Search companies for several years and has extensive experience within international recruitment. He studied economics and finance at the University of Stockholm.

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2 Responses to European competitiveness from a German and Swedish perspective

  1. Peter Barkhurst says:

    What a great event with a topic that matters here in Europe!

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