Acting as the Honorary Consul with a delegation from #Kazakhstan in construction and financing.
Study trip to the city of #Gothenburg as a leading city of events.
A larger company in Sweden asked me to open up opportunities for establishment in new markets. The project has now been almost completed.
Today, Kazakhstan is already influencing the world and tomorrow Kazakhstan will eventually be even closer to Sweden in many aspects. Now is the time to find out more about Kazakhstan.
With the aim to enter a list of the Top 30 highly developed countries in the world by the year 2050, Kazakhstan is on the way of developing a transparent and effective business culture that is attractive for international companies, including Swedish ones, for establishing themselves and achieve their full international potential.
In 2015 Swedish export to Kazakhstan amounted to SEK 670 million, and consisted mostly of electrical, electronic equipment, machinery, pumps for liquids, boilers, iron and steel, tools, implements, cutlery, others of metal base equipment. Swedish companies actively operating in Kazakhstan represented in major sectors of the economy – telecommunications, agriculture and food processing, mining, healthcare, transport, power.
The West Sweden Kazakhstan Industry Council is the first-choice network for growing business between West Sweden and Kazakhstan. We provide a platform for direct business network contacts, building relations and a space for close engagement for member community.
We welcome companies of all sizes and sectors whether new entrants or established operations as members in our network. Our membership is designed to suit businesses of all shapes and sizes at different stages of entry to the Kazakhstan market.
Mr. Joakim Dahl, Chairman of the West Sweden Kazakhstan Industry Council
Kazakhstan is the largest economy in Central Asia with a vast oil reserves, deposits of metals and strong agricultural potential. Being the 9th largest country in the world, resource-rich Kazakhstan is a historical bridge between Europe and Asia.
Kazakhstan is one of the Swedish Government’s 26 prioritized countries for trade and business promotion.
West Sweden with approximately 1.9 million inhabitants have several strong higher education institutions based in the region. In order to stimulate innovation a number of science parks have been established in cooperation between public and private stakeholders. The region has a diversified business environment of which two important sectors are automotive manufacturing and trade. A number of national R&D, innovation systems/cluster programmed are implemented in the region.
The mission of the West Sweden Kazakhstan Industry Council is to promote and facilitate trade between Sweden and Kazakhstan.