Networks, Trade Missions,
…and much more. As a member
you gain access to local, national
and international networks. You
receive 25% discount and priority
registration to local events. Learn
more about our Member Benefits...
A Variety of Business
From larger signature gatherings
featuring prominent guests, to
intimate settings with cultural flare.
All with the intention to build
relationships and bridges, within
our local community as well
as with Swedish partners.
Trainee Program &
J-1 Visa Service
Connecting U.S companies
and organizations with highly
qualified trainees from Sweden.
Events for Business
and Personal Growth
Join our events to find new
ways to grow your business,
learn and share your knowledge
while socializing with other
business minded people.
Denver ranks as the 6th fastest growing city in the US, with 2.7 million residents and a projected increase of 50% by 2030. Colorado's total population is 5 million.
Companies are drawn here, to the best workforce in the country – highly educated and fit and thus productive!
The major Denver industries, all experiencing growth are aerospace, aviation, bioscience, broadcasting, telecommunications, energy, financial services, IT software, health care and wellness. Paired with traditional Colorado industries such as mining, tourism, agriculture, and a large federal influence the economic diversity allows for a sound economy.
Or maybe we should credit our state success to it’s incredible beauty of 300 days of sunshine per year paired with a backdrop of 54 majestic Rocky Mountain peaks over 14,000 feet. Join SACC Colorado and learn more about business and life here.
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September 6 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
November 13 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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