Andreas Lindgren is a scholar at the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce who is supporting the arrangements of the Forest Innovation Summit from Sweden.
He has an academic background in economics, more specifically finance from his bachelor's degree at Gothenburg School of Economics. His previous work experiences in sales make him a useful asset in an organization like ours, where marketing is a ground pillar in all the work we do.
Andreas grew up in a small town called Karlskoga, but moved at 16 to pursue table tennis at an elite level with hopes of making it as a professional player. Tracks shifted quickly and by 19 he instead opted for Gothenburg and went on to study his bachelor's. He has previous international experience by studying his exchange term in Maastricht, Netherlands.
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We are building a bridge between the Swedish and Californian Forest sectors and inspiring a dialogue with the potential to influence the future direction of forestry.
Our goal is to stimulate a dialogue between major forestry sectors across the Atlantic, encouraging the exchange of both new and existing innovations.
Creating a dialogue between Swedish and Californian forestry sectors in light of the creation of new technologies for crisis management, as seen from environmental, social, and political outfits.