Nordic Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic

The Chamber was founded on January 1995 by thirty Swedish companies officially registered in the Czech Republic under the name Swedish Chamber of Commerce and who participated in various forms of business relations between Sweden and the Czech Republic. As number of members representing Danish, Norwegian, Finnish and Icelandic companies had grown it was decided to change the name to the Nordic Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic in 2005.

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Upcoming events

23
OCT

NorCham Power Lunch with Uwe Krupp

Debate with the German Hockey Legend Uwe Krupp on team building

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20
NOV

BB: Transcending borders through Mediation - how to resolve disputes effectively

Corporate and Commercial Disputes, M & A, Relocations and International Workplac...

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11
DEC

Traditional St. Lucia Christmas Party 2019

The Nordic Chamber of Commerce St. Lucia Party has already become the highlight ...

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EVENTS ARCHIVE

  • 24

    Years of experience

  • 150+

    Number of Members

  • 97.000+

    Working places

  • 500+

    Events

Recent events

15
OCT

Bird & Bird FinTech Roadshow

FinTech continues to transform the financial services sector with new regulation...

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  • Czech Republic

    Prague is the fifth most visited city in Europe.

  • Sweden

    Stockholm is spread across 14 islands, has 96 beaches and is connected by 57 bridges.

  • Norway

    Norway introduced salmon sushi to the Japanese in the eighties.

  • Finland

    In Finland there are more Saunas than cars.

  • Denmark

    Denmark is reported to be the happiest country in the world.

  • Iceland

    Iceland is one of the countries in the world that has the lowest crime levels.