Monaco’s ‘Attractiveness Unit’ heads to Sweden

The Swedish capital of Stockholm was recently the focus of a delegation from Monaco charged with boosting Monaco’s ‘attractiveness’ internationally.

As part of the implementation of the government’s so-called ‘attractiveness plan’, the Attractiveness Unit went to Stockholm for two days of exchanges co-organised by the Consulate of Monaco in Sweden.

During the trip, the Monegasque delegation, led by Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate for Attractiveness and Digital Transition, took part in a dinner with Jan E. Frydman, Consul of Monaco in Sweden, as well as a community of Swedish investors and entrepreneurs.

According to the government, it was an opportunity for the Attractiveness Unit to welcome all of these participants into the Monaco Private Label community.

Frédéric Genta also met Johan Forssell, Minister of International Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade. The dialogues focused on the respective attractiveness policies of the two countries as well as the digital ambitions of Sweden and the Principality.

The Interministerial Delegate was also able to speak with representatives of the main investment funds and technology companies in Sweden.

The Principality of Monaco and Sweden will meet next year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Consulate of Monaco in Stockholm.

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