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House-made, heritage inspired, sustainably sourced and social media-worthy. These are just some of the expectations of F&B programs this year.
Incentive groups visiting Sweden will journey into a magical arctic wonderland.
Sweden’s archipelagos are so diverse and plentiful that you can actually rent an island for your event, and many planners do.
Mid-December in Stockholm is all about the Nobel Prize and plenty of authentic laureate options await groups.
To embrace the area’s wintry culture even more, groups can watch an Ice Music Concert in a venue that is essentially a giant igloo made of ice and snow.
"We make something out of frozen water, and after a few months, it melts back to its former state, rejoining the river from where it came.”
Sweden boasts 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites while also being a mecca for avant-garde fashion and sustainable design.
Brewery Conference Center (Munchenbryggeriet) was originally a brewery that began operations in 1857. This historic venue has been a conference center since the 1970s.
The Courtyard by Marriott Stockholm is a lovely property located on one of the city's 14 islands, Kungsholmen.
The Brewery Conference Centre has been an iconic element of Central Stockholm's skyline since the mid-19th century when it functioned as the Munich Brewing Company, a local watering hole for Stockholmers producing 60,000 bottles of beer per hour at its height.
With direct flight connections from all over the world, Stockholm is easy to reach and, once there, offers the ideal infrastructure for meetings and events.
A new gamer platform developed in Sweden called Democreativity replaces the competitive element inherent in traditional gaming with cooperation.
A compact yet cosmopolitan city with excellent flight connections and an efficient public transportation system, Stockholm offers modern venues, great accommodation, spectacular scenery and lots of social activities.
In Stockholm, we like having the opportunity to engage with colleagues in different environments that combine history, innovative design and natural beauty. That’s very much what Swedish Meetings are all about.