Karin Lindqvist is a scholar at the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, and she is spending one year in San Francisco to work with business development and marketing until the summer of 2022.
Karin Lindqvist is a scholar at the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, and she is spending one year in San Francisco to work with business development and marketing until the summer of 2022. Karin grew up in Sweden and went on to pursue her studies in Gothenburg, with an exchange at RMIT in Australia. She is pursuing a Master of Laws, and holds a BSc in International Business. Her previous experience working with international trade, management, and non-profit associations will serve as a useful foundation for her work with the Forest Innovation Summit. Karin is eager to be part of the summit to help share knowledge between Sweden and California within sustainable forestry. After her year at the Chamber, Karin will return to Sweden to finish her studies and graduate with a double degree in International Business and Law.
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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.