Scandinavian Business Calendar: March 2019

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Scandinavian business events you do not want to miss this months

Culinary adventure through the Nordics

The Norwegian, Danish, Finnish and Icelandic chambers of commerce are inviting members and friends to a gastronomic evening inspired by the Nordics. This intimate event will give participants the ideal networking opportunity as well as a unique chance to sample a variety of cuisine from around the region.

Date: 20 March, 6.30-10.30pm

Venue: The Harcourt 32, Harcourt Street, London W1H 4HX, UK

www.eventbrite.co.uk

Seminar: Cleantech opportunities in Scandinavia

If you are a cleantech or smart city company looking to break into or grow your business in Scandinavia, this event is for you. The free workshop, led by the UK’s department for international trade, will explore market trends and opportunities in the Scandinavian markets. The networking lunch also provides a chance to meet buyers and sellers within this sector.

Date: 21 March 2019, 9.30am-3pm

Venue: Arthur Rank Hospice, Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge CB22 3FB, UK

www.events.great.gov.uk

Business breakfast: Social media and influencer marketing

As the role of social media continues to grow in society, this business breakfast will look at how to engage, influence and inspire on social media using influencer marketing and other strategies. The event is organised by the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK, with Patrick Smith joining as the guest speaker. Smith is the mind behind @londonfoodboy, an Instagram account that showcases London’s best food and drink, and is also the founder of Adwaiz, a social media marketing agency.

Date: 27 March 2019, 8-10am

Venue: Adwaiz Ltd, 71-73 Carter Lane, London EC4V 5EQ, UK

www.scc.org.uk

Gender diversity with a Norwegian twist

The need for driving diversity and inclusion in business has never been more important. Organised by the Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce, this evening event will focus on the Norwegian model for tackling gender diversity issues. A panel will discuss gender pay gap reporting and specific inclusion initiatives such as Equinor’s and DNB Bank’s international paid paternity leave.

Date: 10 April 2019, 6.30-9.30pm

Venue: DNB Bank, 25 Walbrook, London EC4N 8AF, UK

www.nbccuk.com

TEXT: SANNE WASS | PHOTO © PEXELS.COM

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