The Crown Princess Couple visit Germany — day 2

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Rebecca Schmid from the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Pontus Wiberg from Academic Work welcome Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel to the meeting with young Swedish entrepreneurs at Academic Work. Photo: Scanpix

On Wednesday 25 May, The Crown Princess Couple began their second day in Munich, Germany.
In the morning, The Crown Princess Couple met young Swedish and German entrepreneurs at Academic Work to talk about entrepreneurship. The discussion focused on the great opportunities that exist for Swedish entrepreneurs in Germany.

A seminar was then held at AGA-Linde, at which The Crown Princess Couple listed to representatives from Sweden's AGA and Germany's Linde, who talked about their experiences of the merger. There then followed a discussion on the differences between doing business in Germany and Sweden.

After lunch, The Crown Princess Couple visited the International Youth Libraryexternal link, opens in new window, the world's largest library for children and young people. They were given a tour of the library and a presentation of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Awardexternal link, opens in new window, which The Crown Princess will present in Stockholm on 31 May. This year's winner, Shaun Tan, was at the library.