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“Look North” Construction and Infrastructure Sweden

UKTI Yorkshire and Humber and Leeds Beckett University invite you to a morning seminar to examine construction and infrastructure opportunities in Sweden. 

UKTI Yorkshire and Humber and Leeds Beckett University invite you to a morning seminar to examine construction and infrastructure opportunities in Sweden. 

Over the next 10 years there will be major infrastructure and construction opportunities in Sweden as a result of the £150bn investment in the combined Gothenburg and Stockholm expansion projects. This includes major investments in public transport systems and railways, including Sweden's first high-speed rail lines. We want to share with you export opportunities for Civil Engineering companies, Construction companies, Property Developers, Modular Building Companies, Architects, specialist construction service providers such as engineering design companies, programme management, project management, cost management and other specialist consultants..

At the event you will meet David Cairns, Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden who will outline the opportunities for UK companies in this important export market. 

There will also be a chance to hear from representatives from Gothenburg city, Stockholm city and Trafikverket the Swedish Transport Administration, as well as UKTI commercial officers to learn more. 

Programme
09:00: Coffee and registration
09:30: Welcome by David Cairns, British Ambassador to Sweden 
09:45: Presentations from Trafikverket the Swedish Transport Administration, and the Gothenburg and Stockholm City region
10:40: Coffee break
11:00: 1-2-1 meetings 
12:30:  Lunch and networking 
13:00: 1-2-1 meetings continue
14:00: Event closure

To register please click HERE

Event:
“Look North” Construction and Infrastructure Sweden
Venue:
Old Broadcasting House - Leeds Beckett University,
Address:
Old Broadcasting House - Leeds Beckett University, Leeds,
LS2 9EN
Date:
20/05/2016
Start Time:
09:00
End Time:
13:00
Last Updated: 26/04/2016
Author: Renate Halton

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