December 8, 2021

NaviRisk as new member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia & CIS

Working as a forum for new ideas and exchanging of experiences are the main goals of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia & CIS. As a global Group with operations also in the Swedish and Nordic markets, NaviRisk Group has joined as a member company of the chamber.

The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia & CIS is an information and contact organization. Its mission is to promote trade between Sweden and Russia and CIS. Their member companies represent a broad experience both in the Russian and Swedish markets.

The coordinator and associate partner of NaviRisk business activities in Sweden and the Nordic countries is Fredrik Collenius.

Fredrik, is the CEO of a Swedish industrial company and, has vast managerial experience as well as great understanding from being the advisory function incorporate intelligence matters. He is used to creating and intensifying cross-border client relationships and working and adapting to shifting situations and circumstances. Fredrik is focused on developing the Nordic market for NaviRisk and advice within corporate intelligence matters.

Please find more about the Chamber:

NaviRisk contact person for cooperation: Fredrik Collenius, Associate Partner for Nordic Countries,

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