Stockholm Chamber of Commerce - COVID-19  – what happens next? 

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COVID-19  – what happens next? 

In line with many other organizations the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce follows the Public Health Agency of Sweden and their recommendations regarding the current Covid-19 outbreak in Sweden and globally.

At the moment the risk of spreading the disease is classified as high and we have therefore decided to cancel all events and seminars from 30 March to 30 April.

This decision will be revised and extended if necessary. 

Employees are offered to work from home to lower the risk of being exposed to the virus and of further spreading of the disease. 

Due to the existing Covid-19 pandemic the Chamber is receiving many enquiries from media and decision makers about the situation for businesses, trade and industry. In uncertain times it is important to be well informed, correct and not draw any hasty conclusions from isolated events and pieces of information. We are now more than ever having continuous dialogues with businesses to create a deeper understanding of the situation we are currently in. 

The department of International Trade and trade documents have normal opening hours, weekdays 10.00- 16.00 (closed for lunch 12.00-13.00). 

The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce is fully operational but working remotely. Contact information through this link.

We encourage you to contact us with information about problems your business is facing and other input that can be of value for decision makers. You are welcome to contact us, contact information through this link!