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Business Climate Survey report – Virtual Presentation

Team Sweden in Hong Kong is inviting you to a virtual presentation of the Annual Business Climate Survey report. Representatives from Team Sweden will take you through the key findings of the report followed by a Q&A session with Kristian Odebjer, Chairman of SwedCham, and Johan Lennefalk, Office Manager of Business Sweden.

Team Sweden looks forward to having a fruitful discussion with all attendees.


· Introduction

· Presentation

· Q&A and discussion

The event is prioritized for the participating companies/SwedCham members. A limited number of spots available, allocated on a first come first served. The full report will be released in September.

More about the report

The Annual Business Climate survey is a joint project conducted by the members of Team Sweden in Hong Kong: Business Sweden, the Consulate General of Sweden in Hong Kong and the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

The report is divided into four main sections. The first section elaborates on the economic outlook of Swedish companies/SwedCham members in Hong Kong, including the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest and the national security law. The second section further investigates the Hong Kong market by assessing the companies' perception of the business climate and the advantages/disadvantages of doing business in Hong Kong. The third section covers the companies' operations and perceived success factors. The fourth and final section explores sustainability-related aspects of business and how these factors impact the companies' operations.

We would like to express our deepest gratitude for the valuable contribution we received from all participating companies. We hope that the findings will be of great value to the Swedish business community in Hong Kong.


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