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The Gothenburg region’s leading provider of English language news and information.

Göteborg Daily offers unique access to an international audience based in Gothenburg, as well as people abroad who are keen to learn more about the region and its happenings.

The Göteborg Daily website was launched in 2008. Since then it has established itself as an important and trusted source of local news and information.

The majority of our readers are based in Gothenburg and they include foreign professionals and their families, international researchers and students, and others who understand English better than Swedish.

Some of our clients include Nordstan, The West Sweden Chamber of Commerce, Göteborg & Co, ALMI/IFS, The Göteborg Book Fair, Folkuniversitetet, The Göteborg International Film Festival, KB West and Göteborg Galopp.

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