How good can news be?

We have developed two news products during the autumn; Mundus News for political new and Mundus Business News, covering trade, finance and industry. Some people say that news is news, but we believe that these products represent a fundamental change to what is available. The feedback that we have received has demonstrated that our subscribers enjoy the features of our English news service, including;·

Timing Receiving the news before 9am each day means that they arrive to the office briefed and ready to engage, confident that they know what’s influencing Swedish decision-makers on that day·

Engaging Mundus News is written for embassies. It receives consistent applause for being more accurate with reporting the stories that really matter to diplomats, and the punchy format is also praised for holding people’s attention.·

Broad Coverage Mundus News covers 8 papers, as well as Sveriges Radio and SVT. Many embassies appreciated being able to access to opinions from regional Sweden – not just the capital, and also understanding how both sides of politics are thinking.·

Format Arriving by email onto a smartphone suits many diplomats, who have busy lives and enjoy reading the news during when it suits them, be that on the communte or over a morning coffee

Our regular services for Mundus News begins on January 7. Subscriptions are available for SEK 600/mo + VAT. We offer a 10% discount for annual subscriptions.

In addition, we are now offering Mundus Business News at a price of SEK 600/mo + VAT, with a 10% discount for annual subscriptions and a further 7.5% discount for subscriptions to both products.

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Jessica Nilsson Williams is the CEO & Founder of Mundus International. She has a long-standing interest in international affairs, having studied and worked in the field for more than 20 years. She began her career as the political advisor at the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, and then worked in London and Singapore before returning to Stockholm. In 2011 she took up a senior role at the New Zealand Embassy before founding Mundus International in 2012. In addition to working for foreign missions, she has worked in sectors such as NGOs and non-profit organisations (e.g. the Clinton Foundation and the International Red Cross), and television.