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NBBF 2023 | “Strengthening Resilience & Bolstering Crisis Preparedness in the Nordic-Baltic Region”

The Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish Chambers of Commerce in Latvia together with the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office and with the support of the Nordic Embassies in Latvia are inviting to a cross-border dialogue at the Nordic Baltic Business Forum 2023.

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NBBF 2023 | “Strengthening Resilience & Bolstering Crisis Preparedness in the Nordic-Baltic Region”
NBBF 2023 | “Strengthening Resilience & Bolstering Crisis Preparedness in the Nordic-Baltic Region”

Time & Location

2023. g. 01. febr. 09:00

Riga, Riga, Latvia

About the event

Join us on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at the Nordic Baltic Business Forum with the main topic "Strengthening Resilience & Bolstering Crisis Preparedness in the Nordic-Baltic Region". 

Registration: https://ej.uz/NBBF_2023 

More information: www.nbbf.lv

The forum, which will include several keynote speeches, two panel discussions and networking possibilities, is organised by the Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish Chamber of Commerce in close cooperation with the Nordic Council of Ministers' Office and the Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Danish Embassies. 

Big thanks to our corporate sponsors – SEB Bank Latvia and BDO for supporting this important event.  The forum will bring together the key decision makers and private sector representatives, engaged in regional defense and crisis preparedness planning, along with Nordic investors & local business representatives that are interested in strengthening resilience, crisis preparedness, and the Nordic - Baltic cooperation.  

Some of main topics addressed during the event are:  

- What is the current state of affairs in the area of defence, security cooperation, and civil preparedness in the Nordic and Baltic region?

 - What impact Russia's war in Ukraine has had on the Nordic and Baltic economies and their financial outlook? 

- What are the emerging opportunities in civil-military cooperation?

- And how to strengthen resilience and crisis preparedness in the Nordic - Baltic region?   

For more info go to: www.nbbf.lv.  The event is open to both members and non-members. Participation fee is 50 EUR for members of the Nordic Chambers of Commerce in Latvia, 75 EUR for others (to cover organisational costs). 

Registration: https://ej.uz/NBBF_2023 

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities or showcasing any of your products and services at the event, contact the organisers: www.nbbf.lv.

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