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picture News October, 2 2023
image: The General Assembly 2015 The General Assembly 2015 SCCE continues to show a very strong and solid economical position, new members continue to join, the Supervisory Board was re-elected, and so was the Chairman, the Ombudsman and the Auditors. It almost sounds like the Same-Procedure-as-Last-Year at SCCE's General Assembly 2015, Thursday 6 March.

And, to a considerable extent it is of course like that as SCCE enjoys a strong and solid position among the foreign Chambers of Commerce in Estonia. Here are some high-lights from the formal proceedings and informal discussions:

- The re-elected Supervisory Board consists of  Janar Sutt  – Business Sweden; Indrek Randveer – Estonian Air; Anders Torell – RIMI Eesti; Fredrik Thern – SEB; SCCE’s Chairman Karolina Ullman – NJORD Law Firm; Rein Leipalu – RELE Konsultatsioonid; Katrin Luhaäär – Sunny Business; Anders Hedman – Viggen Consulting; Mart Nõmper – Rödl & Partner; and SCCE’s Vice Chairman Per Lindberg – Stoneridge Electronics.

- Signe Anton and Mart Nõmm were re-elected as auditors, and in my re-elected role as SCCE's Ombudsman, Kaire Papp will continue to assist me. Kaire will work with the advertising opportunities offered in SCCE’s magazine focus and at, and she will also assist in arranging SCCE’s upcoming seminars, conferences, meetings and events.

- New members continue to join SCCE. So far this year, Västerbottensost, SRS Kompanii (both Royal Members), Foodstudio, Q-Toys, Polarhus, Industek and United Talents have joined as new members. I was happy to welcome them to the Chamber, and was equally happy to welcome Per Capita back as a SCCE member.

- Sweden remains as the biggest foreign direct investor in Estonia. "Every third day, a new Swedish owned company is established in Estonia," said Ambassador Anders Ljunggren at the General Assembly. This forms a good base for welcoming even more members to SCCE.

- Sweden is also Estonia's biggest export market for goods, and that increases SCCE's new members potential even further to also include Estonian and foreign owned companies in Estonia interested in being part of SCCE's Swedish-Estonian business network.

Though the formal proceedings were pretty much of the Same-Procedure-as-Last-Year-character, we introduced a new format for this year's General Assembly which turned out to be a very successful get-together set up; Jean-Michel Enard from Veraison introduced us to a selection of organic and biodynamic wines from Provence, and Tere AS offered us to taste Västerbottensost - the Swedish cheese now being a Royal Member of SCCE.

On behalf of the SCCE Supervisory Board, I would like to thank Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel for a very nice General Assembly set up and a great Buffet Dinner. My thanks also go to Jean-Michel Enard, Västerbottensost, and all participants who made yet another SCCE General Assembly not only efficient and productive, but also very nice and cozy.


Kristiina Sikk
SCCE Ombudsman


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