The Chamber is located at Malmskillnadsgatan 46 in the heart of Stockholm, with a regional office in Uppsala. The Chamber has a staff of about fifty.
A trusted and independent third party
The Swedish Chambers are private law Chambers (privately owned), based on voluntary membership. This differentiates them from many other public law Chambers in Europe, where they are partly governmental organisations with mandatory membership.
As a result of the Chambers' independence from Government and private enterprise, the Chambers have a unique position as a trusted third party in business agreements. Because of this, the Chambers have developed a number of services for companies in need of a trusted third party when entering into business agreements. Some examples are:
The Swedish Chambers' regional basis
The regional focus of the Swedish Chambers separates them from other business organisations. There are eleven regional Chambers in Sweden, all committed to strengthening, enhancing and promoting business in their region.