This year the Swedish Business Awards ceremony in Riga will take place on the 2nd of November at the Spikeri Concert Hall. It is the 9th consecutive year for the Swedish Business Awards in Latvia – the event that serves as an annual platform for discussions and a source of ideas and inspiration for entrepreneurship, sustainable business as well as responsibility towards environment and society.
Swedish Business Awards
2017 | Latvia
About The Event
About The Event
Swedish Business Awards 2017
Nominations and the Procedure
- This year initiatives and achievements in Latvia were awarded in three categories:
- • Sustainable Growth Award
- • Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
- • Technological Innovation of the Year Award
Nominations are open for all companies/organizations/institutions and individuals, active in Latvia.
Each year the Awards’s ceremony is honored by a special guest.This year’s guest speaker in Latvia is Christina Bengtsson, a focus expert who is an author, lecturer, military officer and World Champion in precision shooting.
From zero to hero by using the power of focus. She is a top expert on focus, and latest employed within the National Defence College in Stockholm. She is the author of the acclaimed book "The Art of Focus – 10.9” and provides concrete advice about how we can take command over and control our thoughts, not merely in crucial situations, but in life as a whole.
14.00 Opening remarks
H.E. Ms. Annika Jagander, Ambassador of Sweden to Latvia & Mr. Ansis Murnieks, Country Manager, Business Sweden
14.15 Address by Mr. Arvils Aseradens, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economics of the Republic of Latvia
14.25 Address by Mr. Teppo Tauriainen, Director-General for Trade, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
14.40 The ceremony of the Swedish Business Awards
Key-note speech by Ms. Christina Bengtsson - an author, lecturer, military officer and World Champion in precision shooting. She is the author of the acclaimed book "The Art of Focus – 10.9”
16.00 Questions and answers
17.00 End of the conference
Mrs Arta Munkena