After an intense time

After an intense time

The summer has been an intense time

The summer has been an intense time for SGLCC and we look forward to the autumn with a hope of a relative return to normality.

The spring was of course very affected by the pandemic, and the tremendous challenges to the world as a whole, and most of our events needed to be postponed.

It is our ambition to make up for the lost time in the months ahead.

Cooperate with our European friends

We were very happy to be able to cooperate with our European friends to have the full-day on-line conference in June, gathering audiences from across Europe and beyond.

A further development is that our European cooperation is strengthening with our fellow chambers in EGLCC and now we have a joint website

This focus on the joint website is on LGBT-owned businesses and it opens up a new possibility for LGBT owned businesses to connect with each other, as well as the potential to increase their potential to bid on tenders from multinational corporations. More information about the registration can be found here.

Events during the autumn

We aim to have several events during the autumn, however some are still work in progress, partly due to travel-restrictions and number of people.

We are working hard to find good solutions for us to meet again, safely and in good spirit. Look out for news of upcoming events!

Tobias Holfelt
Chair

Postponed meetings and a new website

Postponed meetings and a new website

Update

The current situation is of course a very hard time for all levels of society, not least for small business owners and we hope we will pull through this together. Meanwhile SGLCC wanted to give an update on our schedule that had to be revised as for everyone. 

Out meetings in Stockholm and Helsinki

Our April 27 member mingle is postponed. It is also very likely that we need to postpone our event in Helsinki on May 7 as well as our conference in Stockholm on May 13 – however we will keep you posted on that.

New website

During this time, we have instead created a brand new website wich can be found on www.sglcc.eu. For LGBT owned businesses there is also a possibility to use our new self registration document.

In addition the collaborative work with our partner chambers continue and we are glad to say that our European initiative EGLCC is progressing rapidly, and look forward to inform you further on that topic shortly.

Stay strong and there will be a time when this is history, even if times may seem dark at the moment.

For SGLCC
Tobias Holfelt Chairman,
Alf Kjeller Vice Chairman