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EBRD calls for more Swedish participation in their projects

Regional info/economyPosted by Chambers of Commerce Sweden - Southeast Europe Fri, December 23, 2011 15:46:58

Although Sweden is the largest bilateral donor to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Swedish suppliers are not in the top league (rather in the bottom league) of utilizing the Bank´s loans and services. In November the Swedish Foreign Ministry and EBRD therefore invited Swedish companies and consultants to a seminar where the participants were given advice about the Bank´s programme and how to get more successful in financing Swedish projects.
A number of presentations were given during the seminar by representatives from EBRD, and these are all made available here thanks to our collaboration partner in the Swedish Trade Council. Just click on any title below to download a document. Please note that this information is only available here for members in the Chamber of commerce and you will therefore be asked for username and password.

1.EBRD Business Opportunities
Example of content:
Facts and figures
Donor funds
Funds elgible for Swedish companies

2. Business opportunities for Swedish companies
Ex. of content:
Contracts statistics
Swedish success (or rather failure) rate
EBRD public procurement principles
Where to find the opportunities
Strategy for winning contracts
Business opportunities

3. Business opportunities for Swedish consultants
Ex. of content:
Funding sources available for Swedish consultants
Consultants selection method
Strategy for getting contracts
Opportunities for consultants

4. What does EBRD expects from consultants and companies?

5. Basic princips

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