Young Professionals

Welcome to the Young Professionals of SwedCham HK

The Young Professionals is an association for Young Professionals and students in Hong Kong, under the age of 35, who want to establish a connection to Sweden and Scandinavia.

Are you new in Hong Kong or an “old timer”? Are you working here or followed in someone’s track? Welcome to join! Young Professionals organizes a wide range of business, social and cultural activities, for example seminars, company visits, after work events, Midsummer parties, crayfish parties and much more.

A membership in the Young Professionals will definitely make your stay here in Hong Kong more enjoyable.

Interested in becoming a Member? Join here

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Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Room 2503, 25/F, Bank of East Asia Harbour View Centre
56 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2525 0349
Fax: +852 2537 1843
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