Fashion designer Anine Bing receives the Eliason Merit Award 2016!

Fashion designer and entrepreneur Anine Bing will be receiving the prestigious Eliason Merit Award (EMA) in Los Angeles, CA on Dec 8th 2016. She receives the award for her ability to successfully raise Sweden’s profile within the fashion industry and significantly contributing to strengthening Swedish-American relations. The Eliason Merit Award […]

Gender Parity Summit on October 25!

Join us for the Gender Parity Summit – a one-day-summit on the topic of gender parity within the entertainment industry! Around the world, countries such as Sweden, the UK, Australia, and Canada are taking the lead on advancing opportunities for women in media. Join us for a discussion on progressive […]

Back 2 Business August 24th 2016

Welcome to this fall’s Back 2 Business in partnership with Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce! The evening will be held August 24th at Avalon Hotel in Beverly Hills with welcome drinks and hors d’oeuvres curtesy of Bank of the West. The night will give you an excellent opportunity to mix […]

The Official Swedish Oscar Party 2016

On Sunday February 28th, the day of the Academy Awards, SACC-LA and the Embassy of Sweden hosted the Official Swedish Oscar Party 2016 at The District by Hannah An. It was an evening filled with glamour and joy as almost 300 guests came to celebrate Swedish success at the Oscars. And […]

The Sigtuna School with Guest Speaker Dolph Lundgren

On Thursday, February 26th 2015 SACC-LA organized an event with The Sigtuna School, where guests had the opportunity to learn more about the school. Dolph Lundgren was at the event to share his experience of being a father of a child attending the school. Together with former students and the […]

The Eliason Merit Award 2014

Wow, what a night! Over 500 guests joined us on November 7th at the Victorian in Santa Monica during AFM, to celebrate the Eliason Merit Award Winner 2014 – Joel Kinnaman.  After the guests arrived and had their photos taken on the red carpet they went in to the Victorian where they could […]