DMC Sweden - Incentive Travel & Destination Management

Introduction

DMC SWEDEN, Sweden's leading DMC conference planner (organizer) and events specialist for incentive travel and conventions. A preferred destination management company and supplier used by international conference organisers worldwide.

SNE Northern Europe is a full service Destination Management Company covering Scandinavia and the Baltics. We provide full DMC services for our clients in conjunction with their Meetings, Incentive Programs, Product Launches, Special Interest tours etc. to Scandinavia and the Baltics. We have experience from working with Coporate Direct clients, as well as Meeting/Event Management Companies across the globe. From the moment we receive an RFP, through all stages of the program (sourcing, contracting, budgeting, onsite execution and post program follow up and reconciliation) we are there to provide guidance and local expertise. We understand that every client has different needs, goals and budgets for their programs.


Team

Our experienced staff all have extensive backgrounds in the industry, are well traveled, speak a wide range of languages and we all share a passion for what we do! Our team member’s experience and background helps us finding the right approach for each client. We strive to have an open dialogue with our clients about any concerns, what key points are important and the objective/goal of the program. We take pride in our flawless execution onsite where our dedicated staff is available 24/7 to our clients.

Destinations

Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden's capital city, attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Stockholm is widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, built where lake Mälaren meets the Baltic sea, on fourteen islands, with eight centuries of history and culture to choose from. Food, design, fashion, technology, film and music are the main attractions. Stockholm offers a wide range of galleries and museums, and holds centre stage each year when the Nobel Prize is awarded on December 10. Stockholm is the first-ever winner of the European Green Capital award and has adopted a unique approach to sustainability where every aspect of environmental, economic and social impact is part of the equation.
Gothenburg
Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city. There are around 75 direct routes from around 55 European destinations, and the airport is only 20 minutes from the city center. Gothenburg has a lot to offer, but still has the charm of a smaller city. It is walking and biking friendly. Delegates participating in meetings rates Gothenburg 6,4 out of 7 (Satisfaction Index Gothenburg 2016). The city is among the world leaders in sustainable construction, waste management and re-usable energy, and at the cutting edge of environmental certification of hotels and events. In the city centre there are almost 10,000 rooms to choose from whereof 86 percent, are environmentally certified. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers with its 1,200 rooms is an impressive display in efficiency and comfort.
Swedish Lapland
Swedish Lapland with its enormous areas of wilderness is the perfect incentive destination. A visit to the world renown Icehotel, opportunity to see the Aurora Borealis, Dinner on ice, snowmobile- and husky tours and visit to the indigenous Sami people are all activities for the winter. In great contrast to the winter season, during the summer Lapland offers the opportunity to experience the Midnight sun – this is the time of the year when the sun never sets!
Island of Gotland
Gotland is Sweden's largest island and is a popular holiday spot for both Swedes and foreigners. Its unusual nature, characterised by sea stacks (vertical rock formations shaped by the sea), as well as its long beaches and the medieval town of Visby, help Gotland attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Gotland is often called the Pearl of the Baltic.
The Hanseatic town of Visby ”... an extremely distinguished example of a Northern European walled Hanseatic town which has in a unique way preserved its townscape and its highly valuable architecture, the form and function of which clearly express the importance of this human settlement.” This was the explanation of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee for inscribing the Hanseatic town of Visby on the prestigious World Heritage List in 1995. Few places give such an intense experience of both medieval metropolis and idyllic turn-of-the-century small town as Visby. Within the well-preserved wall, medieval church ruins and storehouses stand side by side with stone and wooden houses from later eras.

Flight

Sweden has never been more accessible with a large number of direct flights from the UK and a maximum flight time of three and half hours. Direct flights to both Stockholm and Gothenburg with SAS, British Airways, Ryanair, EasyJet and Norwegian. Direct service between the United States and Sweden is operated by SAS in cooperation with United Airlines and other members of Star Alliance. Non-stop services offered from Newark, NJ and Chicago to Stockholm (via Copenhagen from Seattle and Washington, DC). Continental Airlines offer non-stop service to Stockholm from Newark, NJ and Delta Airlines offer non-stop service between New York, JFK and Stockholm. Most European airlines, Icelandair and Finnair, to mention a few, fly to Sweden from North America via connection in Europe.
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Unique Facts

  • Sweden is the 3rd largest EU country in land area, after France and Spain.
  • Th OECD Better Life Index found that Sweden was the best developed country for the environment
  • With 47% of female parliamentarians (in 2006), the highest proportion of women lawmakers in the world.
  • The Stockholm Globe Arena is the world's largest hemispherical building, the world's largest scale model of the Solar System.
  • An average of 1,836,000 meatballs are eaten daily in all of Ikea’s 313 stores worldwide. Ikea was founded in Sweden in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad.
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