Go West

Go West

Three Cultural Differences You Should Know About Working In The U.S. David Järnland, Head of Corporate Finance Advisory & Partner at Deloitte Sweden, shares the key cultural issues Swedes should watch out for while doing business in the U.S. Nowadays, there are...
Hot Ticket

Hot Ticket

A Leading Cultural Hub To Open In New York Fotografiska—one of the world´s biggest venues for photography and leading cultural hotspots—is making its way to New York. Co-founder Jan Broman shows us the space and tells us more. Jan Broman & Anna Throne-Holst Next...
Match Made In (Business) Heaven

Match Made In (Business) Heaven

How SACCNY Mentor Program Helps Women in International Business The SACCNY Mentor Program, an extension of the Executive Women’s Conference, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The Program Director, Yvonne Thunell describes more about its cause and how it...
Tools To Help You Succeed In New York

Tools To Help You Succeed In New York

SACCNY´s Network Shares Thoughtful Insights Stay Swedish A newly published study by the Swedish Institute shows that the majority of Americans think very highly of Sweden and Swedes. Do not try to become too Americanized—It could be a mistake. ”The results are very...
Legal Matters

Legal Matters

How Entrepreneurs Can Avoid Legal Trouble In The U.S. Maria Tufvesson Shuck—SACCNY Board Member and Partner at the law firm Mannheimer Swartling—shares her perspective on legal protection in the U.S., which is known for its complex legal system and a strong tradition...
Swedish Tastes in New York

Swedish Tastes in New York

Four Tips for Developing a Food Business Abroad Marcus Samuelsson Group Keep an Open Mind ”It is not easy to build a business. As companies grow, entrepreneurs are always faced with new challenges. When I first started my own business, I was lucky to already have...

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