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AMCHAM DENMARK YEARBOOK & MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
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2010
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AMCHAM DENMARK YEARBOOK & MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (AmCham Denmark) is a non-profit, non-governmental business association representing an array of companies actively investing in Denmark and the United States. Established in 1999, AmCham
Denmark is part of the global AmCham network present in more than 100 countries and headquartered in Washington D.C.
As the voice for international business in Denmark AmCham is committed to building a competitive business environment
in Denmark, and to doing its part to minimize barriers to international trade.
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Managing Editor: Chris Eberhart Writers: The AmCham Team Layout & Design: Woer+Gregorius Printing: Team Rapo
Contact Information: AmCham Denmark, Christians Brygge 26, 1559 Copenhagen V, Denmark, Phone (+45) 33 932 932, Fax (+45) 33 932 938, [email protected],
www.amcham.dk / The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication.
We apologize for any errors or omissions.
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CONTENTS
5
Message from the Ambassador
06
Board of Directors
08
Message from the AmCham Team
11
AmCham Denmark Year in Review
13
AmCham Denmark 2009
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Special Section:
AmCham Speaks Out
33
AmCham Denmark Membership
43
AmCham Denmark Members
47
Membership Directory
59
AmCham’s Global Network
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Other Key Contacts
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Letter from the AMBASSADOR
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”I look forward to
working with all
of you to promote
President Obama’s
agenda.”
What an extraordinary year 2009
was for the U.S.-Denmark relationship. President Obama visited
Copenhagen twice. We also welcomed the First Lady, Secretary
of State Hillary Clinton, Speaker
of the House Nancy Pelosi, five
other cabinet members, Senators
Kerry, Bond, and Inhofe, twenty
members of Congress, governors,
mayors, Chicagoans – and Oprah.
The visits of these and many
other Americans in government,
business, sports, and culture
have provided great opportunities to celebrate and deepen the
friendship among Danes and Americans. The alliance between the
United States and Denmark has
never been stronger. My thanks
to AmCham for your continued
support to the Embassy since my
arrival on July 29, 2009, especially
for co-sponsoring the USA Booth
at Bright Green during COP-15. I
look forward to many more joint
efforts to promote American business opportunities in Denmark.
Despite the economic difficulties many companies have faced
over the past year, there is a sense
of continued optimism among
AmCham members. I share your
positive view that 2010 will be a
better year than last year and that
we can now see the international
tides changing. We at the U.S.
Embassy will continue to press
forward on many fronts, but in
particular in helping to build even
more robust commercial ties
between the United States and
Denmark. This will include major
as well as smaller events to bring
together innovative American and
Danish firms to find ways they can
partner in building better, smarter,
more sustainable products that
will benefit consumers in both
countries and beyond, particularly
in the clean energy sector.
We also look forward to acting
on President Obama’s program to
help put Americans back to work
and our nation back on a path to
sustainable economic growth. A
key element in supporting this
effort will be the implementation
of the National Export Initiative
(NEI), launched in his recent State
of the Union address to Congress.
The NEI aims to double U.S.
American Chiefs of Mission at Rydhave
Minister Monett B. Davis (1945) / Ambassador Josiah Marvel, Jr. (1946-1949) / Ambassador Eugenie Andersen (1950-1953) / Ambassador
Robert Coe (1953-1957) / Ambassador Val Peterson (1957-1960) / Ambassador William McCormick Blair, Jr. (1961-1964) / Ambassador Katherine
E. White (1964-1968) / Ambassador Angier Biddle Duke (1968-1969) / Ambassador Guilford Dudley, Jr. (1969-1971) / Ambassador Fred J. Russel
(1971-1972) / Ambassador Philip K. Growe (1973-1975) / Ambassador John G. Dean (1975-1978) / Ambassador Warren D. Manshel (1978-1981)
Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr. (1981-1983) / Ambassador Terence Todman (1983-1989) / Ambassador Keith L. Brown (1989-1992) / Ambassador
Richard B. Stone (1992-1993) / Ambassador Edward E. Elson (1993-1998) / Ambassador Richard N. Swett (1998-2001) / Ambassador Stuart
Bernstein (2001-2005) / Ambassador James P. Cain (2005-2009) / Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton (2009-)
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exports over the next five years
and support two million jobs in
the U.S. This will be a ”whole of
government” approach to promoting U.S. exports, including the
creation of an Export Promotion
Cabinet reporting to the President
consisting of top leaders from the
Agriculture, Commerce, State, and
Treasury and Departments, the
Export-Import Bank, the office of
the United States Trade Representative, and the Small Business
Administration. It will also provide
substantially more resources for
the Commerce Department to
help U.S. firms increase exports.
As Secretary of Commerce Gary
Locke announced, the initiative
will include three areas of focus:
– A more robust effort by the
U.S. Government to expand its
trade advocacy in all its forms,
including educating U.S. companies about opportunities overseas,
direct-ly connecting them with
new customers, and advocating
more forcefully for their interests;
– Improving access to credit
in the wake of the financial
crisis, especially for small- and
medium-sized businesses that
want to export;
– Continuing the rigorous
enforcement of international
trade laws to help remove barriers
that prevent U.S. companies from
getting open and fair access to
foreign markets.
These areas are consistent
with AmCham’s priorities, and
I look forward to working with
all of you to promote President
Obama’s agenda. As Secretary
Locke said when announcing the
NEI, ”From the advent of the
phone, to the automobile, to new
drug therapies and the Internet,
America’s strength has always
been its peoples’ ability to create
and sell products and services
that help others around the world
lead healthier, wealthier and more
productive lives.” This describes
the best of American business. I
thank and congratulate each of
you for playing your part in living
up to this aspiration.
Laurie S. Fulton
Before being appointed U.S. Ambassador
to Denmark, Ms. Fulton was a Partner at
Williams & Connolly LLP, where she had a
national practice in complex civil litigation,
internal investigations and white collar
criminal defense. In 2004, she was named
one of “Washington’s Top Lawyers” by the
Washingtonian magazine.
Ms. Fulton has co-chaired the Criminal Litigation Committee of the Section of Litigation
of the American Bar Association. She was appointed and confirmed by the U.S. Senate to
serve on the Board of Directors of the United
States Institute of Peace from 2004 to 2008,
and serves as Co-Chair of USIP’s International
Advisory Council. She has been active in nonprofits and community organizations such as
Bright Beginnings, Inc., Girl Scouts Women’s
Advisory Board, Alumni Admissions Interview
Program at Georgetown Law School and the
South Dakota Farmers Union Foundation.
Prior to entering the field of law, Ms. Fulton worked on Capitol Hill and as Executive
Director of Peace Links and Access, A Security
Information Exchange.
Ms. Fulton holds a B.A. from the University
of Nebraska at Omaha and a J.D., magna cum
laude from Georgetown University.
Interim Chairman
Mark Luscombe
Citi Country Officer
Citi
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Message from the Board
The AmCham Denmark organization has made great strides in its policy and advocacy work in 2009 under the leadership of Stephen Brugger and the dedication of its capable staff. This is especially evident in the high level access it
has achieved within the Danish government. AmCham met no less than seven times in 2009 with key decision-makers in Danish politics, voicing the concerns of its members, building relationships and strengthening its position as
the leading voice for international business in Denmark. The progress AmCham has made in the past is just a beginning. We believe that our efforts will lead to more growth and new opportunities for our members and for Denmark as
a whole. AmCham remains committed to this crucially important purpose and with your active support will continue
to make great strides in the coming year.
AmCham Denmark Lifetime
Honorary Members:
2001
2002
2003
2005
2005
2005
2006
2006
2007
2008
2010
Ambassador Richard N. Swett
Christopher Beede, Embassy Economic Officer
Elias Panayotopoulos (Chairman 2001– 2003)
Ambassador Stuart Bernstein
Jonathan Grover (Chairman 2003 – 2004)
Deputy Chief of Mission Sally Mathiasen Light
Dan O’Day, Roche (Board Member and Healthcare Committee Chair 2004 – 2006)
Greg Burton, Embassy Economic Officer (Ex-officio Liaison Board Member 2004 – 2006)
Paul Coleman, Biogen Idec (Chairman 2004 – 2007)
James P. Cain, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, U.S. Embassy (2005 – 2009)
Julie Edwards, GlaxoSmithKline Pharma (Board Chairman, Healthcare Committee Chair 2008-2010)
AmCham Denmark BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Allan Agerholm
CEO & Managing
Director,
Crowne Plaza
Copenhagen Towers
Thomas Gregers
Honoré
Managing Director
Oracle Danmark
Bill Allen
Senior Vice
President HR
A.P. Møller Maersk A/S
Kristian Scheef
Madsen
Managing Director
McDonald’s
Danmark A/S
Finn Meyer
Partner
KPMG
Lene Skole
Executive Vice
President, CFO
Coloplast A/S
Ivor Canavan
Vice President &
COO, CSC
Charlotte Mark
Managing Director,
Microsoft
Development
Center
Dorthe Mikkelsen
Vice President
Europe, MSD
Kim Østrup
Vice President
IBM Danmark A/S
Paul Schofield
General Manager
Hess Denmark ApS
Ex-officio Liaison
Shawn Waddoups
First Secretary for
Economic and
Commercial Affairs
U.S. Embassy
Bo Kristensen IT Manager
Dorte Frederiksen
Administrative Assistant
Scott Dille
Policy & Government
Affairs Manager
CHRIS EBERHART
Deputy Director
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STEPHEN BRUGGER Executive Director
Message from the AMCHAM TEAM
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For AmCham Denmark 2009 was
a significant milestone – our
tenth year. The many of you that
participated in the anniversary celebration in May got to experience
firsthand the journey that has
made AmCham the organization it
has become – and what an active
and satisfying journey! It was a
journey that could not have been
made without the active participation and loyal support of our
members.
Building on the momentum
from the first decade, AmCham
Denmark has entered its second
decade at full speed, with a
solid foundation for sustainable growth, not just in absolute
numbers but more importantly,
in stature, moving us closer to
achieving our vision to become
”We hope that you will find this 2010
Yearbook & Membership Directory
to be an interesting and informative
resource for your business.”
the leading voice for international
business in Denmark.
In this edition of AmCham Denmark’s Yearbook & Membership
Directory we look back at 2009
and some of our key achievements. Our efforts this past
year took many forms, including
policy-driven meetings with key
ministers and political decisionmakers, as well as business
leaders; stimulating, high-level
networking events; and top notch
promotion and profiling opportunities for our members.
2009 was also a year for AmCham to review and improve the
way in which we communicate
with our members. The migration to the html based Business
Brief was one step in this process
that has allowed AmCham to
communicate important news
and upcoming activities quickly,
easily, effectively and timely to
the members.
More importantly, AmCham
invested in its most important
communications tool in 2009 –
the new www.amcham.dk, which
was officially launched on January
25, 2010.
Some noteworthy enhancements
include easier navigation, a more
comprehensive delivery of valuable information for our members
and stakeholders, and more effective profiling for our sponsors.
We are very pleased with the new
functionality, look and feel…we’d
love to hear what you think!
On a personal note, we would
like to take this opportunity to
acknowledge all of the warm,
working relationships we enjoy
with our members, and the valuable relationships we share with
our key partners and colleagues.
These boost all our efforts and are
precisely why we look forward to
building on our progress year after
year. We hope that you will find
this 2010 Yearbook & Membership
Directory to be an interesting
and informative resource for your
business.
Last but not least, thank you
to our sponsors for making this
publication possible and thanks to
you, our members, for your continuing participation and support.
The AmCham Team
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YEAR IN REVIEW | 2009
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YEAR IN REVIEW | Events & Milestones
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January
Patron Member New Year’s
Reception at Rydhave
Ambassador Cain hosts board
of director’s round table and
Patron member reception.
Policy: AmCham Healthcare
Committee releases White
Paper
February
Super Bowl XLII
AmCham partners with
DAFF to watch the Arizona
Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh
Steelers on Super Bowl Sunday. Sponsored by Scandic
Copenhagen, Coca Cola,
Budweiser, Andersen Martini,
and NationPhone.
Outlook 2009 – Corporate
Finance Priorities
Experts recommend strategies to navigate the troubled
economic waters. Hosted by
ISS.
Policy Round Table w/ Social
Liberal Party Leader
AmCham staff and key executives meet with Margrethe
Vestager to discuss AmCham
policy initiatives.
April
May
Policy Round Table w/
Economic and Business
Affairs Minister
AmCham board and staff
members meet to discuss
key issues with Minister Lene
Espersen.
Policy Round Table
with USDOC
AmCham helps to identify
trade barriers in a meeting
with the U.S. Department of
Commerce’s Market Access
and Compliance officials.
ESAC 2009
9th Annual Executive Seminars in Analytical Chemistry
The Analytical Instruments
Committee hosts more than
200 at Copenhagen’s Veterinary University.
Nominations open for 2009
Foreign Company of the Year
March
Outlook 2009 – Weatherproofing the Workplace in
an Economic Downturn
Executives discuss why and
how to communicate in a
troubled economy. Hosted
by EDS.
AmCham Staff Speaks Out
on U.S. Business Culture
AmCham’s Chris Eberhart and
Scott Dille speak at Medicon
Valley Alliance’s U.S. Business
Culture workshop.
Annual General Meeting
Head of Sustainability for
Maersk Lines, Søren Stig
Nielsen, addresses how
Maersk is approaching climate change. Hosted by A.P.
Moller-Maersk.
AmCham Launches Chicago
2016 Taskforce
AmCham Celebrates
10 Year Anniversary
AmCham marks the beginning if its second decade at
its anniversary celebration
held at Tivoli Gardens.
June
Delivering on the Energy and
Climate Change Challenge
AmCham partners with
Climate Consortium for this
exclusive breakfast briefing.
Policy Round Table w/
Minister for Health and
Prevention
AmCham Healthcare Committee meets with Minister
Jakob Axel Nielsen to discuss
recently released white
paper.
ECACC Meets in DC
European AmChams talk tax
and trans-Atlantic trade with
government officials at their
annual U.S. conference.
Independence
Day Family Picnic
More than 800 guests of
all ages enjoy food, sun and
fun at the Ambassador’s
residence, Rydhave.
2009 Calender
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August
AmCham Meets
New Ambassador
AmCham staff and board
members hold introduction
meeting with new U.S. Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton.
AmCham Cup 2009
Cunningham Lindsey wins the
prestigious AmCham Cup.
Head sponsor: Crowne Plaza
Copenhagen Towers.
September
OSAC Nordic Summit
OSAC committee members
from the Nordics meet in
Helsinki for the 4th annual
Summit.
3rd Annual Foreign
Investors Summit
120 executives, diplomats
and government officials
attend this year’s Summit
entitled “Diagnosing the
Danish Healthcare System.”
OSAC Briefing – Preparing
for Flu Season
Executives meet to discuss
the threat of Influenza A on
business continuity.
AmCham Board Chairman
named to Prime Minister’s
Growth Forum
Policy Round Table w/
Minister for Education
AmCham HR Committee
meets with Minister Haarder
to discuss international
school capacity.
October
AmCham Supports Chicago’s
Bid for 2016 Olympics
2009 Ambassador’s
Reception & Foreign
Company of the Year Award
Iron Mountain accepts the
2009 Award at the annual reception. Sponsored
by Continental Airlines and
Riskpoint.
ECACC Fall Meeting in Malta
Meet the Leaders w/ GE CEO
Jeffrey R. Immelt
AmCham partners with
GE and Mandag Morgen to
present GE’s initiatives on
climate change and the role
business needs to play in
addressing the climate challenge.
November
Policy Round Table
w/ Justice Minister
AmCham executives meet
with Minister Brian Mikkelsen
to discuss the issue of nonEU driver’s license exchange.
Family Thanksgiving Dinner
320 participate in AmCham’s
8th annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner at the Marriott
Copenhagen hotel. Head
sponsor: Coca Cola Nordic
Services.
Policy: AmCham Releases
Member Company Survey
Results
Warns jobs and investments
at risk!
OSAC Denmark
Executive Briefing
With more than 30,000
activists scheduled to show
for COP 15, experts tell executives what they need to know
to be prepared.
December
COP 15
AmCham Executive Director
participates in various COP
15 activities including an
executive round table with
U.S. Commerce Secretary
Gary Locke.
Bright Green
AmCham partners with U.S.
Embassy in the USA Pavilion
at DI’s Bright Green conference during COP 15.
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highlights
AmCham Denmark | 2009
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ACCESS
Throughout the year, AmCham Denmark worked to provide members access to key business and political leaders through a series of meetings and events. Whether speaking out on behalf of its members,
facilitating personal face-to-face contact, or just drawing attention to the important contributions
international companies make to Denmark, its economy and its ability to compete, AmCham excelled
in 2009.
CONNECTIONS
2009 presented outstanding opportunities for AmCham members to connect with other high level
executives, diplomats and politicians in a variety of settings. From AmCham’s 10th anniversary
celebration to the IOC and COP 15 in Copenhagen to technical knowledge exchange conferences like
the Analytical Instruments Committee’s ESAC and critical information sharing OSAC events, the
strength of AmCham’s network was clear.
SERVICE
AmCham makes it a priority to provide top-notch service to its member companies. Whether assisting
with high level executive visits, providing high quality opportunities for company promotion, or helping
companies get their key messages out to AmCham’s extensive membership network, AmCham members benefitted in 2009.
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1 MP Jonas Dahl (SF) presents his party’s
position on healthcare.
2 Søren Kjeldsen Eltorp, Managing Director,
Iron Mountain; AmCham Chairman Julie
Edwards, VP & General Manager, GlaxoSmithKlein Pharma; Niels Eltorp, Chairman,
Iron Mountain.
3 (L to R) Kim Østrup, IBM Denmark; Lene
Espersen, Minister for Economic & Business
Affairs; Scott Dille, AmCham Denmark; Julie
Edwards, GlaxoSmithKline; Kristian Madsen,
McDonalds Denmark; Birgitte Thygesen,
Biogen Idec; and Mark Luscombe, Citi.
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Policy & Advocacy – Access to Key Decision Makers
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AmCham Denmark’s policy efforts gained momentum in 2009
starting with the January Board
of Directors’ round table with
then Prime Minister Anders Fogh
Rasmussen. AmCham’s efforts
and access to key decision makers
continued throughout the year,
communicating members’ issues
at several key opportunities and
paving a solid path for a stronger
voice for international business in
2010.
Some important policy highlights of 2009 include round
table meetings with Margrethe
Vestager, Social Liberal Party
Leader in February; Minister for
Business and Economic Affairs,
Lene Espersen, in May; Minister
for Education, Bertel Haarder,
in September; and Minister for
Justice, Brian Mikkelsen, in November. Each of these meetings
focused on communicating the
issues that face internationally
operating companies in Denmark,
Danish and non-Danish, as they
pursue solutions to Denmark’s
shortage of highly qualified labor.
These meetings have spurred
action in several areas including
non-EU driver’s license exchange
and international school capacity.
Additionally, AmCham’s Healthcare Committee dedicated 2009
to pushing for solutions to issues
in the Danish healthcare system,
specifically those issues that
prevent the timely integration of
innovative treatments and the
practices involved in performing
clinical trials that prolong and
complicate the process. In a round
table meeting with Minister for
Health and Prevention Jakob Axel
Nielsen in April the committee
outlined the challenges and the
real threat of diminishing investments in Denmark if these issues
are not addressed. To further
emphasize their importance, AmCham dedicated the 2009 Foreign
Investors Summit to these issues.
“Diagnosing the Danish Healthcare
System” was held in September
in the historic Landstingsal in
Christiansborg and featured
focused discussions with both politicians and the General Director
for the Danish National Board of
Health, Jesper Fisker.
To round out the year, AmCham presented its 2009 Foreign
Company of the Year award to Iron
Mountain A/S at the traditional
Ambassador’s reception at Rydhave in October. A true testament
to the contributions that international business makes to Denmark, Iron Mountain’s Managing
Director Søren Eltorp, eloquently
accepted the award on behalf of
the company’s employees, partners, and loyal customers.
Danish National
Board of Health
General Director,
Jesper Fisker,
presents the
challenges and
dilemmas to the
Danish healthcare
system.
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1 U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke
stresses the need for supporting innovation and clean-tech to reach climate
change goals. (photo Pamela Juhl)
2 General Electric Chairman and CEO, Jeff
Immelt calls for an agreement at COP 15.
3 California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger shakes hands with AmCham Vice
Chair Mark Luscombe. (photo Pamela Juhl)
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AmCham’s Trans-Atlantic Access Strengthened in 2009
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Ample opportunities presented
themselves in 2009 for AmCham
to take part in discussions on
issues of trans-Atlantic importance. Its access to the right
officials throughout the year gave
AmCham Denmark a clear line for
communicating both the issues,
and some proposed solutions to
barriers affecting trade across the
pond.
Hosting the United Nation’s
COP 15 conference, Copenhagen
was a year-round hot spot for
climate and energy policy. Already
in February AmCham Denmark
had its first meeting with U.S.
climate policy experts – Stephen
Eule from the U.S. Chamber’s
Institute for 21st Century Energy
and Norine Kennedy from the U.S.
Council for International Business – to discuss the challenges
to reaching an agreement at
COP 15. Rounding out the spring,
AmCham and partner Climate
Consortium delivered an executive
breakfast briefing on the ”Energy
and Climate Change Challenge”
featuring experts Mark Spelman,
Accenture, and Katherine Richardson, Copenhagen University.
AmCham kicked into high gear
in the fall with several events
focusing on climate change. From
a business perspective, climate
change legislation can have far
reaching implications. In a joint
event with General Electric, CEO
Jeffrey Immelt and COP 15 Host,
Danish Climate Minister Connie
Hedegaard, discussed just what
steps GE has taken to be a leader
in implementing climate change
initiatives throughout the corporation.
Finally, AmCham pulled out all the
stops, closely cooperating with
the U.S. Embassy to produce the
USA Pavilion at Bright Green, DI’s
Climate Conference held during
COP 15. This cooperation allowed
AmCham to continue to build
upon its trans-Atlantic ties in
meetings with, among others,
Gary Locke, U.S. Secretary of
Commerce and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California.
Thomas Weirich,
ACORE; Brad
Bowers, FedEx;
Stig Jørgensen,
Dell; Ambassador Fulton;
U.S. Commerce
Secretary Locke
and Stephen
Brugger, AmCham
Denmark.
(photo Pamela Juhl)
The winning team
– Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen.
Sun, wind, challenging holes
– the perfect day on the course.
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AmCham Execs Connect at AmCham Cup 2009
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Sun, wind, challenging holes
and networking characterized
the 2009 AmCham Cup golf
tournament. 31 teams consisting
of 124 golfers – a cross-section of
Denmark’s business community
– competed in the eighth annual
tournament. They gathered on
August 20 at the exclusive
Simon’s Golf Club in Humlebæk,
north of Copenhagen. Crowne
Plaza Copenhagen Towers was the
main sponsor.
Team Cunningham Lindsey Leif
Hansen was this year’s winner of
the highly coveted AmCham Cup.
Each player walked away with a
personal trophy and a grand prize
WINNERS
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
of a weekend getaway for four at
the new Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers hotel. Grontmij | Carl
Bro came in second, with Rønne &
Lundgren third. Prizes were awarded to the top 12 teams.
The day started with a continental breakfast buffet at the club’s
Lakeside Restaurant, followed by a
briefing from AmCham’s Executive
Director Stephen Brugger, a quick
warm-up on the driving range,
and a 9 a.m. Shotgun Start tee
off. After completing their rounds,
the golfers relaxed with a well –
deserved cold beverage and some
flavorful Danish sandwiches on the
patio at the Albatross Bar.
Fair Forsikring
Motorola
Motorola
Hewlett-Packard
Chevron
CA Northern Europe
Horton International
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen
Head Sponsor:
Prize Sponsors:
Agility Logistics
Air France – KLM
Blockbuster Video
Continental Airlines
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen
Discovery Networks Nordic
Gen Re
Hobart
Motorola
PricewaterhouseCoopers
RiskPoint
Rønne & Lundren
Sealed Air
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1 Flemming Dahl Jensen, Corporate Security,
A.P. Møller – Mærsk; Paul Schofield, General
Manager, Hess Denmark; Volker Dinstuhl,
Security Manager, Copenhagen Marriott
Hotel; and Wes Gould, Coordinator for
Western Europe, OSAC.
2 ESAC 2009 featured the latest developments within Life Science/Biotech,
Pharmaceutical, and Food/Environmental
applications.
3 The Dionex company booth at the ninth
annual Executive Seminars in Analytical
Chemistry.
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AmCham’s Professional Networking hits New Heights in 2009
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One message was clear in 2009
– no matter what else happens,
business goes on. That’s what
AmCham members experienced
in a number of informative and
insightful, high-quality events.
In February, AmCham held the
first Outlook 2009 at ISS with a
look at successfully navigating a
company through the economic
downturn. Experts addressed the
challenges and pitfalls of developing business strategies within a
time of economic uncertainty and
some good advice for minimizing
bad decisions. The second Outlook 2009 held at EDS took this
a step further, looking at how,
when, and what to communicate
internally and externally during
an economic downturn. Both
events were well attended by the
who’s who in AmCham’s member
network.
Carsten Stendevad, global head of Citigroup’s
Financial Strategy Group, discusses corporate
finance priorities for 2009
AmCham committees were also
stellar forums for information
exchange. In its ninth annual
Executive Seminars in Analytical
Chemistry (ESAC), the Analytical
Instruments Committee shared
the latest greatest technologies
with about 220 leading scientific
researchers.
Equally active in 2009 was the
OSAC Denmark Security Council,
which in three timely events informed leading executives about
the current state of security
in Denmark, and how best to
manage the security and business
continuity challenges that might
follow an influenza epidemic and
the masses anticipated in Copenhagen during COP 15.
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1 More than 100 AmCham executives
attended the Annual General Meeting at
A. P. Møller-Mærsk in March.
2 Brian Daniel Moran, Boeing Defense,
together with Tom Bell and Jerry C. Vincent
from Boeing Military Aircraft.
3 Members of AmCham’s Board
of Directors 2009.
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A Decade to Remember
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AmCham hit a key milestone in 2009 – 10 years of
representing international business in Denmark.
We felt this was a milestone worth celebrating, so
that is exactly what we did. We celebrated both at
the Annual General Meeting held at A.P. MøllerMærsk in March and at the Anniversary Celebration
and reception held at Tivoli Castle in May, reminiscing AmCham’s past and looking forward to its
next decade. We also celebrated the companies
and individuals in our membership, honoring their
commitment and support throughout the years.
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1 The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel chefs whip
up their famous BBQ ribs.
2 Ulrik Fleischer-Michaelsen from Rønne &
Lundgren Law Firm and Steffen Ring from
Motorola take time to relax and enjoy the
Independence Day festivities.
3 Kids of all Ages Enjoy AmCham’s
Independence Day Picnic (photo Pamela Juhl)
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Sponsors:
Serious networking and fun in the sun – that was the name of the game at the 2009 Independence
Day Family Picnic at Rydhave. More than 800 guests comprised of high level members of the diplomatic and international business communities and their families filled Rydhave’s beautiful gardens,
enjoying great food, fun, and prizes donated by AmCham’s generous sponsors.
Abbott
Ben & Jerry’s
Beringer
Boeing
Budweiser
Callaway Golf
Chicago 2016
Chicago Blues Cruise
Copenhagen Marriott
Coca-Cola
DAFF
Domino’s Pizza
Hewlett-Packard
Icelandair
Lexmark
Mars Danmark
McDonald’s Danmark
Microsoft
Motorola
Segway
Sigurd Müller / Sebastiani
The Diplomat
Weber
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1 The first of 43 whole roast
turkeys – a total of 280
kilograms!
2 Brad & Nancy Achorn,
Ambassador Fulton and
Frank & Mona Jacobsen.
3 Tamra Rosanes provides
the musical entertainment
for the dinner.
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Families Connect on Independence Day and Thanksgiving in 2009
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Warm holiday “hygge” described the mood at the
8th annual AmCham Family Thanksgiving Dinner
at the Copenhagen Marriott in November. Children
engaged in games and crafts while their parents
– a cross section of the international business
community – engaged in lively conversation as yet
another fabulous Thanksgiving meal was enjoyed.
Main Sponsor:
Prize sponsors:
Air France – KLM
Budweiser
Colgate-Palmolive
Copenhagen Marriott
DELL
Lay’s
Microsoft
Møbeltransport Danmark –
House of Relocation
McDonald’s
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
The Diplomat
Toms
Child care provided by: DIS
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1 Søren Eltorp, Managing Director, Iron
Mountain Denmark, Richard Reese, Executive
Chairman, Iron Mountain Inc. and Terry
McCulley, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy.
2 AmCham’s Thanksgiving:
Open a Coke and Enjoy.
3 Budweiser helped keep the
Independence Day celebration cool.
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Member Services
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The 2010 package sponsors are:
Many AmCham members benefitted from AmCham services
and profiling opportunities in
2009. Some of the highlights
include a C-level event for Iron
Mountain Chairman Richard Reese
in May, and a member-to-member
offer from Best Western.
Advertisers and sponsors
also took great advantage of
AmCham’s high quality profiling
opportunities. This year’s clear
leaders in event sponsorship
were AmCham Cup head sponsor, Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers, and Family Thanksgiving
head sponsor, Coca-Cola Nordic
Services. They raised the bar and
inspire us all with their creativity
and commitment to profiling their
companies.
Advertising packages were also
a hot commodity – and for good
reason. Package sponsors receive
great profiling via our communications vehicles such as the Business
Brief, www.amcham.dk, and this
Yearbook publication.
SPECIAL SECTION
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special
AmCham Speaks Out
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section
On behalf of its members, AmCham uses its persuasive voice to ensure an optimal business and investment
climate in Denmark. AmCham’s work is divided into three coordinated areas:
• Identifying the barriers Danish and foreign companies are facing
• Communicating the issues to key decision makers
• Working together with stakeholders to facilitate solutions
AmCham’s work is based on member driven policy initiatives determined through annual surveys and
round table meetings. This special section contains AmCham Denmark’s policy positions in several key areas.
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Policy, Advocacy and AmCham
AmCham Denmark’s policy and advocacy is driven by the
concerns and needs of AmCham member companies.
Through annual surveys, executive meetings and committee work, AmCham develops policy positions on issues impacting its member companies. Effective resolution will support building an optimal, sustainable foreign
investment environment in Denmark and minimizing
barriers to international commerce. Our policy positions
are grounded in the best available evidence, transparent
and free from conflict of interest.
One of the principle activities of AmCham Denmark is
to represent the internationally oriented business community as well as to facilitate the entrance of potential
new investors into Denmark. The member companies
of AmCham represent many of the largest companies
in Denmark with a majority of foreign direct investment
and trans-Atlantic trade.
Exchange of non-EU
Driver’s License
Foreign workers from EU-countries, Nordic Countries, Lichtenstein, Japan, South
Korea, Russia or Switzerland may simply exchange their domestic driving license for
a Danish driving license. On the other hand, other foreign talents from, for example,
the USA, Australia, Canada, India and China, need to pass a driving test to obtain a
Danish driving license.
AmCham Denmark believes the process that must be undertaken in Denmark to
drive a car legally is extreme. Several suggestions to simplify the process have
been communicated to the Ministry of Justice. These are:
a. Extend the timeframe for exchange from the current 14 days
to minimum 6 months from the time the residency permit is granted.
b. Offer the theoretical test in English.
c. Offer an abbreviated theoretical test and remove the requirement
for a practical test.
d. Allow driving tests to be taken in private vehicles.
e. Ensure the availability of the study guide in English.
f. Establish a “Fast Track” procedure for expatriate professionals
over the age of 24.
When one considers that the average foreign manager and his/her spouse entering
Denmark have been licensed drivers in a country other than Denmark for several, if
not many years, it seems overly burdensome to have to retake a driving test. Especially when put into the perspective that a tourist can legally drive in Denmark for
up to six months (the entire legal length of stay on an extended tourist visa).
While this issue seems minor, it has such a substantial impact on the on-boarding
of expat families, that its importance cannot be overstressed.
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“Something seemingly as small
as exchanging a
driver’s license has
a significant effect on the settling
in of a new expat
employee… it pulls
the employee’s
focus off of what is
a critical ramping
up time in the new
position.”
GREENHOUSE
GAS REDUCTION
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As a leading international business association, AmCham Denmark stands ready
to support the international business community in meeting the challenges posed
by global climate change. If the international community is ultimately to be successful in this quest, close cooperation between business and the public sector
will be crucial.
AmCham Denmark encourages intensive dialogue between the public and
private sector and believes that common understanding on the key issues will be
paramount to solid policy decisions that address the challenges while enabling
business to remain competitive. Therefore AmCham Denmark is committed to
playing a useful role in this process by facilitating discussion, sharing information
and experiences, and initiating dialogue.
To address the global climate change, governments across the globe are undertaking “green” initiatives designed to support and create jobs that will develop
and advance tomorrow’s competitive skills. It is important that these plans
include longer-term policies focused on sparking innovation and spurring action.
AmCham Denmark remains committed to support business and the public sector
in furthering energy independence and fostering innovation and growth in productive and profitable environmental solutions.
“Companies need
certainty and predictability to operate. Legislation
would provide this,
opening the way
for companies to
begin making
investments.”
HEALTHCARE
AmCham Denmark is convinced that Denmark has the means to build on areas necessary to create a world class healthcare system. But there is a long way to go. The most
striking evidence is that Denmark has one of
the lowest life expectancies among the OECD
countries – 23rd position with 78.4 years,
well behind neighboring Sweden, Finland,
Norway and Germany. Though boasting one
of the highest life expectancies in 1960, Denmark has fallen short of reaping the benefits
that innovation has contributed to increasing
life expectancy in other EU countries.
AmCham brings together international experience and perspective from both domestic
and foreign healthcare companies and is
strongly committed to making the Danish
healthcare system a world class provider of
treatments that ensure quality of care. What
is needed is a reason for them to invest and
grow jobs.
AmCham believes that improving the quality of healthcare and making Denmark an attractive environment for healthcare companies to invest in are fundamentally linked.
“Denmark must do more to realize the
benefits of innovative practices.”
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“Employees are turning down challenging career
opportunities because their children cannot be
accommodated within the available international
school capacity. This negatively impacts the company’s ability to compete in the global marketplace.”
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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
CAPACITY IS INSUFFICIENT
For foreign workers with school age children, a major challenge is securing a place at an international
school. It has previously been estimated that there is a shortage of 2,400 international school places
in the greater Copenhagen area. The study “Staying in Denmark – Denmark Is a Nice Place to Work”
showed furthermore that 37% of the foreign workers who already live in Denmark were considering
moving due to the lack of school places. AmCham Denmark believes that there is a big demand for
capacity in international schools and that it is a serious problem in relation to attracting and retaining
foreign talent.
AmCham has communicated this issue to the Minister of Education along with several suggestions
which will help to increase capacity through enabling the expansion of existing schools and the establishment of new international schools. They are:
a. Modify the applicable law (Friskoleloven) to allow international schools to establish branches
of existing schools
b. Introduce the International Baccalaureate (IB) degree option into more public schools
c. Allow for the pro-rating of subsidies to help with operations costs (capital flow)
d. Provide advantageous long-term leasing on state-owned properties for expansions or new schools
ATTRACTING AND
RETAINING TALENT
Denmark continues to be challenged to produce sufficient quantities of the highly qualified labor to meet growing
demand. Furthermore, this trend is expected to continue as the aging workforce retires and the number of advanced
degree graduates remains stagnant. Figures from the Confederation of Danish Industries (DI) show that Denmark lost
orders equivalent to 32 billion DKK in the period 2005-2007, mainly due to the shortage of highly qualified labor in the
workforce.
AmCham Denmark believes that in the short term, highly qualified foreign workers are the answer. But in order for
Denmark to be successful in attracting and retaining highly qualified foreign workers, it is essential that they are met
with a system and structure that make it attractive to work and live in the country. Specifically, the highly qualified
workers that companies are employing and recruiting need to see economic and social gains of residing and working in
Denmark and at the same time, barriers and bureaucracy in connection to moving to Denmark need to be minimized.
In the long term, however, Denmark must not underestimate the importance of developing a long term talent strategy that includes increasing the size and quality of a “home grown” supply of talent as well as being a highly attractive destination for foreign labor. AmCham encourages political cooperation in developing a comprehensive strategy
that will place Denmark firmly in a leading position to grow, attract and retain highly qualified talent in the years to
come.
“…this is in fact what Denmark
needs – just like any corporation – a carefully crafted [talent]
strategy around which the key
stakeholders are fully aligned.”
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DANISH TAX POLICY
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Globalization is forcing nations to play a greater role in enhancing their global attractiveness. Incentive policies designed to attract foreign investment, skilled labor and research experts, as well as rewarding higher education degree
completion, are crucial to strengthening competitive advantage.
In this regard, Denmark’s high tax rate has contributed to the reduction in the supply of highly skilled and educated
human capital. In a Confederation of Danish Industries’ publication – “Global Benchmark Report 2009” – from April
2009, Denmark ranked 24th when compared against 29 OECD countries as an attractive destination for foreign highly
skilled labor.
At a time when companies are having difficulties filling essential positions and the war for talent has gone global,
Denmark does not offer a competitive environment. Looking inward, Denmark’s tax policy hinders the incentive to
work, acquire skills and complete a higher education.
AmCham Denmark believes that to ensure the supply of needed human capital in the long term, Denmark must set
down a plan with clear steps to reduce the marginal tax rate, value added tax and other taxes on goods and services.
“Operating in the highest
taxed country in the world
just doesn’t make good
business sense.”
TRANS-ATLANTIC TRADE
The relationship between the European Union and the United States has frequently
been compared to that of an old married couple; deeply united, occasionally quarrelsome,
but steadfastly committed because we are constantly reminded of how much we have
in common. This 60-year “marriage”, like any successful marriage, has figured out each
other’s idiosyncrasies, upon more than one occasion accommodated the wishes of their
partner, and figured out how to pick their battles when it comes time to squabble. And
because of this experience the relationship has grown stronger over the years. Today, EU
and U.S. economies are so intertwined that combined they make up 60% of global GDP,
and constitute a $4 trillion trans-Atlantic economy that provides approximately 14 million
jobs.
So far, political leaders have pledged to strengthen transatlantic economic ties. The
Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC) has been created and empowered to resolve regulatory differences on a wide range of issues. Currently, through the TEC, both sides have
identified a work plan to resolve a number of key regulatory barriers, which over the years
have driven up consumer costs and made companies less competitive. AmCham Denmark believes it is critically important to continue the momentum,
champion the progress, and redouble trans-Atlantic efforts. U.S. and Danish companies
alike should pay attention, be supportive, and push both governments to deliver on the
promise that regulatory cooperation holds to our combined economic future.
“We need a barrier free
trans-Atlantic market.”
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MEMBERSHIP | Levels & Benefits
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Membership
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Membership
AmCham Denmark membership is open to both major corporations and small
businesses that share a common interest in the mission of the Chamber. It is a
company membership open to the entire management team.
WHY JOIN?
Access
AmCham works to facilitate regular and personal dialogue between our members
and key decision makers, voice members’ concerns and contribute to developing
sustainable solutions.
Connections
AmCham offers extensive and credible connections in the political and business
arenas – globally. You can use this network to connect, communicate and stay on
top of issues that impact your business.
Service
From exclusive, targeted marketing opportunities to special events organization
and company promotions, AmCham makes our members’ needs a priority.
It’s a good business decision that will add value to your business.
Membership Categories
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AmCham offers three levels of membership:
PATRON
CORPORATE
ASSOCIATE
Voting Membership
Voting Membership
American companies or companies
incorporated in the U.S.
All companies
Eligible for election to the
Board of Directors
Eligible for election to
the Board of Directors
Eligible to chair committees
Eligible to chair committees
Participation in Executive Forums
Participation in Executive
Forums (by invitation)
Invitations to all regular events
(5 persons) and special Patron member only events (case by case basis)
Invitations to all regular events
for 2 persons
Invitations to all regular
events for 1 person
Company logo and listing
in annual Yearbook & Membership
Directory and on the website
Company listing in annual Yearbook
& Membership Directory and on the
website
Company listing in annual
Yearbook & Membership
Directory and on the website
AmCham assistance in organizing
corporate events (company promotions/high level visits)
Limited AmCham assistance in
organizing corporate events (company promotions/high level visits)
Corporate profile and
relevant news features in Chamber
newsletters & publications
Non-voting Membership
All companies with fewer than
15 employees, associations,
NGOs, and travel & tourism sector
Eligible to participate on committees
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PATRON MEMBERS
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Amcham Denmark is proud to recognize our Patron members
and thank them for their vital and continuing support
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AmCham Members |
269 Companies
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3M a/s
A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S
A.T. Kearney
Abbott Laboratories A/S
ABS Europe Limited
Accenture A/S
Accura Law Firm
ACS International School
AdPeople | PeopleGroup
ADRA Business
ADT A/S
Afatek A/S
Affecto Denmark A/S
Agilent Technologies Denmark A/S
Agility A/S
AidaCom
Air France - KLM Group
Alfa Quality Moving Denmark A/S
Alice M. Gruber, Attorney at Law
All Denmark Relocation A/S
Alpine Biomed A/S
American Aviation Data, Inc.
American Express Business Travel A/S
American-Danish Business Council
Ametek Denmark A/S
Amgen AB
Amrop
Amway Denmark ApS
Andersen & Martini A/S
AON Denmark A/S
AB SCIEX
AS Solution
AstraZeneca A/S
Atlantic Link
Atlantic Services ApS
Avis Biludlejning A/S
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
Bavarian Nordic A/S
Baxter A/S
BearingPoint Denmark ApS
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Ben & Jerry’s Danmark
Bentley Scandinavia A/S
Berlitz Language
Services Scandinavia
Best Western International Danmark
Better Place Denmark
Biogen Idec Manufacturing ApS
B-K Medical A/S
Blockbuster Video
Blue Nordic ApS
Bondo & Schultz ApS
Booz & Company ApS
Boyden International
Bristol-Myers Squibb – Denmark
British Airways
Bruker Daltonics AB
BSP Pharma A/S
Burson-Marsteller A/S
CA Software A/S
Camilla Jacobs Marketing Aps
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Chartis Europe
Chevron Denmark Inc.
CHUBB Insurance
Company of Europe S.A.
Cisco Systems Denmark ApS
Citco (Denmark) ApS
Citi
CNA Insurance Company Limited
Coca-Cola Nordic Services A/S
Cohn & Wolfe A/S
Colgate-Palmolive A/S
Coloplast A/S
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)
Continental Airlines
Cook Medical
Copenhagen Business Center
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Capacity
Copenhagen Group A/S
Copenhagen International School
Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
CorpNordic Denmark
CPI - Culture Perception & Integration
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
CSC Denmark A/S
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen A/S
Danisco A/S
Danish Basketball Association
Dansk Erhverv – Danish Chamber
of Commerce
Danske Bank A/S
Dell Denmark A/S
Deloitte
Det Tysk-Danske Handelskammer
Dionex Denmark A/S
Diplomat Restaurant - U.S. Embassy
Direct Selling Association of Denmark
DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad
Discovery Networks Nordic A/S
DPA Microphones A/S
DuPont Danmark ApS
Eli Lilly Danmark A/S
EMC
Emerson Process Management
Ernst & Young
Eversheds Law Firm
Eye for Image
FLSmidth A/S
Ford Motor Company A/S
FranklinCovey – nordic approach
FUHU
G4S Security Services A/S
GE Healthcare, GmbH
GE Money Bank
General Reinsurance Scandinavia
Genmab A/S
Genzyme A/S
GHDsign ApS
Gilead Sciences Denmark Aps
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma A/S
Global Refund Denmark A/S
Global-Eyes a/s
Google Denmark ApS
Gorrissen Federspiel
Grontmij | Carl Bro A/S
Grundfos A/S
H. Lundbeck A/S
Haldor Topsøe A/S
Hard Rock Cafe
Heidrick & Struggles
Helnan International A/S
Hertz Biludlejning
Hess Denmark ApS
Hewlett-Packard ApS
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Hobart Foster Scandinavia ApS
Honeywell A/S
Horten Law Firm
Horton International A/S
hpc.danmark ApS
Huset Mandag Morgen A/S
Patron · Corporate · Associate
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IBM Danmark A/S
Icelandair
IDG Danmark A/S
IHS A/S Northern Europe
& the CIS Countries
iMotions - Emotion Technology A/S
Informationsgruppen Aps
Intel Denmark ApS
Interverbum Translations
Invest in Denmark
Iron Mountain A/S
ISS A/S
J. Lauritzen A/S
Janssen-Cilag
Johnson Controls Denmark
JohnsonDiversey Danmark
Jyske Bank A/S
Jyske Global Asset Management
Koppers Denmark A/S
Korn/Ferry International A/S
KPMG
Kromann Reumert
Lexmark Danmark
Lionbridge Denmark A/S
LitePoint Europe ApS
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Company
Manpower A/S
MAQS Law Firm
Mars Danmark A/S
Marsh Danmark A/S
Martensen Wright Law Firm ApS
Martensen Wright PC
McDonald’s Danmark A/S
McKinsey & Company Denmark
Medicon Valley Alliance
Microsoft Denmark
Monsanto Crop
Sciences Denmark A/S
Motorola A/S
MSD
Møbeltransport Danmark House of Relocation
National Instruments Danmark
NCF - Nordic Corporate Finance
Netop A/S
NLP World
NNIT A/S
Nordea Bank Denmark A/S
Nordic Cryobank ApS
Norrbom Vinding
Novartis Healthcare A/S
Novell Denmark A/S
Novo A/S
Novo Nordisk A/S
Novozymes A/S
Nykredit A/S
Nypro Denmark ApS
Ogilvy & Mather Copenhagen A/S
Oracle Danmark ApS
Orbicon | Leif Hansen A/S
PepsiCo Nordic, Danish Branch
PerkinElmer
PFA Pension
Pfizer ApS
Prent Denmark ApS
PricewaterhouseCoopers
PrimeTime Communication
Promoters ApS
Radiometer A/S
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
RAE Systems Europe ApS
Rambøll Danmark A/S
Raytheon International Inc.
Recall A/S
REPUTATION
Resources Global Professionals A/S
ResQ A/S
Right Management
RiskPoint A/S
Roche A/S
Rockwell Automation A/S
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
SalesForce 1 A/S
sanofi-aventis Denmark A/S
SAS - Scandinavian Airlines
Denmark A/S
SAS Institute A/S
Scan Global Logistics A/S
Scandic Copenhagen
Scandinavian Cruise Center A/S
Sealed Air Denmark A/S
Settwell Relocation
Shell Denmark
Site Architects
SmartPanel Technologies Aps
Smartshare Systems A/S
Spa Supply A/S
Spamfighter ApS
SprintLink Denmark ApS
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Struers A/S
Stryker Nordic
Sun Chemical A/S
SvendHjort Agencies
T. Rowe Price Global Investment
Services Limited
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
TDC A/S
Terma A/S
The Boeing Company
The Boston Consulting Group
The International Institute of
Written Oxford English ApS
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Toft ApS
Toms Gruppen A/S
Tvilum-Scanbirk A/S
UL International Demko A/S
Understanding Culture
Unisys A/S
UPS Danmark A/S
Varian Medical Systems
Scandinavia A/S
Velux A/S
Verizon Denmark A/S
Virksomhedsskolen A/S
Warner Music Denmark A/S
Waters A/S
Weibel Scientific A/S
WMAN
Woer + Gregorius
Wonderful Copenhagen
World Jet Trading A/S
X2M Denmark
Zealand Pharma
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MEMBERS BY INDUSTRY
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AmCham Membership
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Automotive
Andersen & Martini A/S
Avis Biludlejning A/S
Better Place Denmark
Ford Motor Company A/S
Hertz Biludlejning
Banking/Finance/Insurance
AON Denmark A/S
Chartis Europe
CHUBB Insurance
Company of Europe S.A.
Citi
Industry Sector
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CNA Insurance Company
Limited
Cunningham Lindsey
Leif Hansen A/S
Danske Bank A/S
GE Money Bank
General Reinsurance
Scandinavia
Jyske Bank A/S
Jyske Global Asset
Management
Marsh A/S
NCF – Nordic Corporate
Finance
Nordea Bank Denmark A/S
Novo A/S
Nykredit A/S
PFA Pension
RiskPoint A/S
T. Rowe Price Global
Investment Services Limited
World Jet Trading A/S
Biotechnology
Amgen AB
Biogen Idec
Manufacturing ApS
Danisco A/S
Genmab A/S
Genzyme A/S
Monsanto Crop Sciences
Denmark A/S
Novozymes A/S
Building & Construction
Afatek A/S
FLSmidth A/S
Grontmij | Carl Bro A/S
hpc.danmark ApS
Orbicon | Leif Hansen A/S
Rambøll Danmark A/S
Velux A/S
Business Services:
Accounting & Financial
Blue Nordic ApS
Citco (Denmark) ApS
CorpNordic Denmark
Deloitte
Ernst & Young
KPMG
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Business Services:
Advertising/PR/Event
Planning
AdPeople | PeopleGroup
Burson-Marsteller A/S
Cohn & Wolfe A/S
Ogilvy & Mather
Copenhagen A/S
PrimeTime Communication
Promoters ApS
REPUTATION
X2M Denmark
Business Services:
Employment/Executive
Search
Amrop
Bondo & Schultz ApS
Boyden International
Heidrick & Struggles
Horton International A/S
Korn/Ferry International A/S
Manpower A/S
SalesForce 1 A/S
Business Services:
Legal
Accura Law Firm
Alice M. Gruber,
Attorney at Law
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Eversheds Law Firm
Gorrissen Federspiel
Horten Law Firm
Kromann Reumert
MAQS Law Firm
Martensen Wright
Law Firm ApS
Martensen Wright PC
Norrbom Vinding
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Business Services:
Management Consultants
A.T. Kearney
Accenture A/S
ADRA Business
BearingPoint Denmark ApS
Booz & Company ApS
Copenhagen Group A/S
Eye for Image
FranklinCovey
– nordic approach
Global-Eyes a/s
Interverbum Translations
Lionbridge Denmark A/S
McKinsey & Company
Denmark
Resources Global
Professionals A/S
Right Management
SAS Institute A/S
SmartPanel
Technologies Aps
The Boston Consulting Group
Toft ApS
Consumer Goods & Services
3M a/s
Amway Denmark ApS
Coca-Cola Nordic
Services A/S
Colgate-Palmolive A/S
JohnsonDiversey Danmark
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AmCham Membership
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Mars Danmark A/S
Nordic Cryobank ApS
PepsiCo Nordic,
Danish Branch
Spa Supply A/S
Toms Gruppen A/S
Warner Music Denmark A/S
WMAN
Defense
Atlantic Services ApS
Lockheed Martin
Aeronautics Company
RAE Systems Europe ApS
Raytheon International Inc.
SvendHjort Agencies
Terma A/S
The Boeing Company
Distribution/Logistics
A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S
ABS Europe Limited
Agility A/S
Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
J. Lauritzen A/S
Scan Global Logistics A/S
UPS Danmark A/S
Education/Training
ACS International School
AidaCom
Berlitz Language Services
Scandinavia A/S
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen International
School
CPI – Culture Perception
& Integration
DIS – Danish Institute
for Study Abroad
FUHU
NLP World
The International Institute of
Written Oxford English ApS
Understanding Culture
Virksomhedsskolen A/S
Energy/Oil & Gas
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
Chevron Denmark Inc.
Hess Denmark ApS
Shell Denmark
Facility Management/
Security & Safety
ADT
AS Solution
Copenhagen Business Center
G4S Security Services A/S
ISS A/S
ResQ A/S
Healthcare: Medical
Equipment & Instruments
AB SCIEX
Agilent Technologies
Denmark A/S
Alpine Biomed A/S
Baxter A/S
B-K Medical A/S
Bruker Daltonics AB
Coloplast A/S
Cook Medical
Dionex Denmark A/S
GE Healthcare
PerkinElmer
Radiometer A/S
Stryker Nordic
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Varian Medical Systems
Scandinavia A/S
Waters A/S
Healthcare: Pharmaceuticals
Abbott Laboratories A/S
AstraZeneca A/S
Bavarian Nordic A/S
Bristol-Myers Squibb
– Denmark
BSP-Pharma
Eli Lilly Danmark A/S
Gilead Sciences Denmark Aps
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma A/S
H. Lundbeck A/S
Janssen-cilag
MSD
Novartis Healthcare A/S
Novo Nordisk A/S
Pfizer ApS
Roche A/S
sanofi-aventis Denmark A/S
Zealand Pharma
Hospitality/Restaurant/
Food Service
Ben & Jerry’s Danmark
Best Western International
Danmark
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers
Diplomat Restaurant
- U.S. Embassy
Hard Rock Cafe
Helnan International A/S
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Hobart Foster
Scandinavia ApS
McDonald’s Danmark A/S
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Scandic Copenhagen
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IT/Computers: Hardware,
Software & Consulting
Affecto Denmark A/S
American Aviation Data, Inc.
Bentley Scandinavia A/S
CA Software A/S
Cisco Systems Denmark ApS
CSC Denmark A/S
Dell Denmark A/S
EMC
GHDsign ApS
Google Denmark ApS
Hewlett-Packard ApS
IBM Danmark A/S
IHS A/S Northern Europe
& the CIS Countries
iMotions Emotion Technology A/S
Intel Denmark ApS
Iron Mountain A/S
Lexmark Danmark
LitePoint Europe ApS
Microsoft Denmark
NetOp A/S
NNIT A/S
Novell Denmark A/S
Oracle Danmark ApS
Recall A/S
Smartshare Systems A/S
Spamfighter ApS
Tata Consultancy Services
(TCS)
Unisys A/S
Manufacturing/Industrial
Automation
Ametek Denmark A/S
DuPont Danmark ApS
Emerson Process
Management
Grundfos A/S
Haldor Topsøe A/S
Honeywell A/S
Johnson Controls Denmark
Koppers Denmark A/S
National Instruments
Danmark
Nypro Denmark ApS
Prent Denmark ApS
Rockwell Automation A/S
Sealed Air Denmark A/S
Struers A/S
Sun Chemical A/S
Tvilum-Scanbirk A/S
Weibel Scientific A/S
Media/Entertainment/
Publishing
Blockbuster Video
Camilla Jacobs Marketing Aps
Discovery Networks
Nordic A/S
DPA Microphones A/S
IDG Danmark A/S
Informationsgruppen Aps
Woer + Gregorius
Moving/Relocation
Alfa Quality Moving
Denmark A/S
All Denmark Relocation A/S
Møbeltransport Danmark
– House of Relocation
Settwell Relocation
Organizations/
Government Agency
American-Danish Business
Council
Confederation of Danish
Industry (DI)
Copenhagen Capacity
Danish Basketball
Association
Dansk Erhverv – Danish
Chamber of Commerce
Det Tysk-Danske
Handelskammer
Direct Selling Association
of Denmark
Huset Mandag Morgen A/S
Invest in Denmark
Medicon Valley Alliance
UL International Demko A/S
Telecommunications
Motorola A/S
SprintLink Denmark ApS
TDC A/S
Verizon Denmark A/S
Travel & Tourism
Air France - KLM Group
American Express Business
Travel A/S
Atlantic Link
British Airways
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Continental Airlines
Global Refund Denmark A/S
Icelandair
SAS – Scandinavian Airlines
Denmark A/S
Scandinavian Cruise
Center A/S
Wonderful Copenhagen
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3M a/s
Website: www.3M.com/dk
Main Contact: Lars Hanseid,
Managing Director
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A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S
Website: www.maersk.com
Main Contact: Bill Allen,
Group Senior Vice President HR
A.T. Kearney
Website: www.atkearney.com
Main Contact: Peter Allan Andersen,
Partner, Vice President
Abbott Laboratories A/S
Website: www.abbott.dk
Main Contact: Christina Horan,
General Manager
ABS Europe Limited
Website: www.eagle.org
Main Contact: Brad Achorn,
Country Manager Denmark
Accenture A/S
Website: www.accenture.dk
Main Contact: Philip Wiig,
Country Managing Director
Affecto Denmark A/S
Website: www.affecto.dk
Main Contact: Philip Mørch,
Sales Director
Accura Law Firm
Website: www.accura.dk
Main Contact: Anne Kathrine Schøn,
Partner
Agilent Technologies Denmark A/S
Website: www.agilent.com
Main Contact: Richard Larsen,
Managing Director
ACS International School
Website: www.acs-england.co.uk
Main Contact: Fergus J. Rose,
Head of Marketing Communications
Agility A/S
Website: www.agilitylogistics.com
Main Contact: Søren Madsen,
CEO / Managing Director
AdPeople | PeopleGroup
Website: www.adpeople.com
Main Contact: Emre G. Jørgensen,
Managing Director
AidaCom
Website: www.aidacom.dk
Main Contact: Aïda Vestergaard
Andersen, Director
ADRA Business
Website: www.adrabusiness.dk
Main Contact: Hans E. Mayland, Director
Air France - KLM Group
Website: www.airfrance.fr
Main Contact: Jens Vestergaard,
Sales Manager Denmark and Iceland
ADT A/S
Website: www.adt-nordic.com
Main Contact: Henrik Kryger,
Interim Managing Director
Afatek A/S
Website: www.afatek.dk
Main Contact: Jens Kallesøe, CEO
Alfa Quality Moving Denmark A/S
Website: www.alfamoving.dk
Main Contact: Bille Larsen,
Director of Sales
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Alice M. Gruber, Attorney at Law
Website: www.alicegruber.com
Main Contact: Alice M. Gruber,
Attorney at Law
Ametek Denmark A/S
Website: www.jofra.com
Main Contact: Preben Carøe,
Vice President & General Manager
AS Solution
Website: www.assolution.com
Main Contact: Martin Kelö,
Vice President
All Denmark Relocation A/S
Website: www.alldenmark.dk
Main Contact: Annemette Krogh,
Destination Services Director
Amgen AB
Website: www.amgen.dk
Main Contact: Jytte Kræmmer,
Country Director
AstraZeneca A/S
Website: www.astrazeneca.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Asmussen,
Country Manager
Alpine Biomed A/S
Website: www.alpinebiomed.com
Main Contact: Erik Jensen, Vice
President, Commercial Operations
Amrop
Website: www.amrophever.com
Main Contact: Eskil A. Westh, Partner
Atlantic Link
Website: www.atlanticlink.net
Main Contact: Karin Gert Nielsen,
Managing Director, Nordic Region
American Aviation Data, Inc.
Website: www.globalog.com
Main Contact: Peer Wollenberg,
President
American Express Business Travel A/S
Website: www.americanexpress.dk/
businesstravel
Main Contact: Per Markussen,
Head of Sales and Client Management
American-Danish Business Council
Website: www.usadk.org
Main Contact: Ulrik Eversbusch,
Executive Secretary
Amway Denmark ApS
Website: www.amway.dk
Main Contact: Lars Nøies,
Area Manager, Amway
Andersen & Martini A/S
Website: www.a-m.dk
Main Contact: Peter Hansen, CEO
AON Denmark A/S
Website: www.aon.dk
Main Contact: Søren Lindbo,
Country Manager
Applied Biosystems Europe B.V.,
Danmark Filial
Website: www.appliedbiosystems.com
Main Contact: Eric Norbart,
Country Leader Nordic
Atlantic Services ApS
Main Contact: Aage Madsen, President
Avis Biludlejning A/S
Website: www.avis.dk
Main Contact: Phillip Schack,
Country Manager
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Ben & Jerry’s Danmark
Website: www.benjerry.dk
Main Contact: Jakob Slaatorn Knudsen,
General Manager, Nordic
Blockbuster Video
Website: www.blockbuster.dk
Main Contact: Søren Heilmann,
Managing Director / VP
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
Website: www.volund.dk
Main Contact: John Veje Olesen,
Managing Director
Bentley Scandinavia A/S
Website: www.bentley.com
Main Contact: Steen Læssøe,
Senior Sales Specialist
Blue Nordic ApS
Website: www.bluenordic.dk
Main Contact: Martin T. Bruun,
Managing Director
Bavarian Nordic A/S
Website: www.bavarian-nordic.com
Main Contact: Steen Vangsgaard,
Executive Vice President,
Commercial Affairs
Berlitz Language Services Scandinavia
Website: www.berlitz.dk
Main Contact: Anna Regeur,
General Manager, Nordic
Bondo & Schultz ApS
Website: www.bondo-schultz.dk
Main Contact: Connie Tode,
Managing Director
Best Western International Danmark
Website: www.bestwestern.dk
Main Contact: Peter L. Jensen, CEO
Booz & Company ApS
Website: www.booz.com
Main Contact: Torsten Moe,
Vice President, CEO of Booz & Co. Nordic
Baxter A/S
Website: www.baxter.com
Main Contact: Jan Ulrik Stevnsborg,
Managing Director
BearingPoint Denmark ApS
Website: www.bearingpoint.com
Main Contact: Søren Ohm,
Managing Director
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Website: www.bechbruun.com
Main Contact: Jes Anker Mikkelsen,
Partner
Better Place Denmark
Website: www.betterplace.com
Main Contact: Marianne Wier,
Public Affairs Director
Boyden International
Website: www.boyden.dk
Main Contact: Olav Kieler, Director, Partner
Biogen Idec Manufacturing ApS
Website: www.biogenidec.dk
Main Contact: Craig Beasley,
Vice President & General Manager
Bristol-Myers Squibb - Denmark
Website: www.bmsdanmark.dk
Main Contact: Gülizar Aybasti,
Country Manager
B-K Medical A/S
Website: www.bkmed.com
Main Contact: Michael Brock,
President & CEO
British Airways
Website: www.ba.com
Main Contact: Peter Rasmussen,
Commercial Manager Scandinavia & Iceland
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Bruker Daltonics AB
Website: www.bdal.de
Main Contact: Morten Thorslund,
Sales Manager, Scandinavia & Baltic
Chartis Europe
Website: www.chartisinsurance.com/dk
Main Contact: Tine Antvorskov,
Country Manager
Coca-Cola Nordic Services A/S
Website: www.coca-cola.com
Main Contact: Laurie McAllister,
Nordic Business Unit President
BSP Pharma A/S
Website: www.bsp-pharma.com
Main Contact: Christian Buur, CEO
Chevron Denmark Inc.
Website: www.chevron.com
Main Contact: Angly Johansen,
Finance Manager
Cohn & Wolfe A/S
Website: www.cohnwolfe.dk
Main Contact: Søren Berzant,
CEO and Partner
CHUBB Insurance Company
of Europe S.A.
Website: www.chubb.dk
Main Contact: Bjørn Petersen, Country
Manager (Denmark and Norway)
Colgate-Palmolive A/S
Website: www.colgate.com
Main Contact: Massimo Poli,
Vice President and General Manager,
Nordic Group
Cisco Systems Denmark ApS
Website: www.cisco.dk
Main Contact: Niels Münster-Hansen,
General Manager
Coloplast A/S
Website: www.coloplast.com
Main Contact: Lene Skole, Executive
Vice President, CFO
Citco (Denmark) ApS
Website: www.citco.com
Main Contact: Ole Meier Sørensen,
Account Manager
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)
Website: www.di.dk
Main Contact: Marit Hvithamar,
Senior Advisor
Citi
Website: www.citigroup.com
Main Contact: Mark Luscombe,
Citi Country Officer
Continental Airlines
Website: www.continental.com
Main Contact: Siv Massey, Scandinavian
Marketing Manager
Burson-Marsteller A/S
Website: www.bm.com
Main Contact: Maria Sennels,
Managing Director
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CA Software A/S
Website: www.ca.com/dk
Main Contact: Henrik Nilsson,
Managing Director
Camilla Jacobs Marketing Aps
Website: www.cjmarketing.dk
Main Contact: Camilla Jacobs, Owner
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Website: www.carlsonwagonlit.com
Main Contact: Torben Rodenberg,
Director Program Management
CNA Insurance Company Limited
Website: www.cna-insurance.dk
Main Contact: Sven Rytter, Director
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Cook Medical
Website: www.cookmedical.com
Main Contact: Lars Milling,
Managing Director
Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
Website: www.cmport.com
Main Contact: Arnt Moller Pedersen,
General Manager, Cruise Ships
Copenhagen Business Center
Website: www.copenhagen-office.com
Main Contact: Troels Edelmann
Christensen, President
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Website: www.marriott.com/cphdk
Main Contact: Elmar Derkitsch,
General Manager
Danisco A/S
Website: www.danisco.com
Main Contact: Jeff Hogue, Vice
President, Corporate Sustainable
Development
Copenhagen Business School
Website: www.cbs.dk
Main Contact: Torben Juul Andersen,
Professor
CorpNordic Denmark
Website: www.corpnordic.com
Main Contact: Poul Lund Christensen,
Director
Danish Basketball Association
Website: www.dbbf.dk
Main Contact: Rasmus Winkel,
Managing Director
Copenhagen Capacity
Website: www.copcap.dk
Main Contact: Steen Donner,
Managing Director
CPI - Culture Perception & Integration
Website: www.cpidk.com
Main Contact: Bente Nielsen,
Managing Director
Dansk Erhverv – Danish Chamber
of Commerce
Website: www.danskerhverv.dk
Main Contact: Jens Klarskov,
Managing Director
Copenhagen Group A/S
Website: www.cphgroup.com
Main Contact: Brad Hester, Director,
Communications and Administration
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Website: www.cpcopenhagen.dk
Main Contact: Allan L. Agerholm, CEO,
Managing Director
Copenhagen International School
Website: www.cis-edu.dk
Main Contact: Pamela Winthrop,
Development Director
CSC Denmark A/S
Website: www.csc.com
Main Contact: Ivor Canavan,
Senior Vice President & COO
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen A/S
Website: www.cllh.dk
Main Contact: Christian Leif Hansen,
Managing Director
Danske Bank A/S
Website: www.danskebank.dk
Main Contact: Anne Louise Eberhard,
Senior Vice President
Dell Denmark A/S
Website: www.dell.dk
Main Contact: Stig Jørgensen,
General Manager
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Deloitte
Website: www.deloitte.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Holm Andersen,
Managing Director
Det Tysk-Danske Handelskammer
Website: www.ahk-daenemark.dk
Main Contact: Reiner Perau,
Managing Director
Dionex Denmark A/S
Website: www.dionex.com
Main Contact: Tina Linders,
Country Manager
Diplomat Restaurant - U.S. Embassy
Website: www.restaurantdiplomat.dk
Main Contact: Keld Johnsen, Owner,
Chef and Sommelier
Direct Selling Association of Denmark
Website: www.disafo.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Vestergaard,
Chairman
DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad
Website: www.dis.dk
Main Contact: Anders Uhrskov, Director
Discovery Networks Nordic A/S
Website: www.discovery.dk
Main Contact: Jan Winther Andreassen,
Senior Vice President, Country Manager
Nordic
DPA Microphones A/S
Website: www.dpamicrophones.com
Main Contact: Morten Støve,
Co-Founder, Director of Business
Development
DuPont Danmark ApS
Website: www.dupontagro.dk
Main Contact: Flemming Jorgensen,
Global Corporate Account Manager
Emerson Process Management
Website: www.emersonprocess.dk
Main Contact: Lena Lundgren,
Inside Sales Manager NEE
Ernst & Young
Website: www.ey.com/dk
Main Contact: Leif Shermer, Partner,
State Authorised Public Accountant
Eversheds Law Firm
Website: www.eversheds.dk
Main Contact: Troels Askerud,
Managing Partner
Eye for Image
Website: www.eye-for-image.com
Main Contact: David Hoskin,
Managing Partner
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Eli Lilly Danmark A/S
Website: www.eli-lilly.com
Main Contact: Patrik Larsson, Pharma
Operations Director
EMC
Website: www.emc2.dk
Main Contact: Carsten Højerup,
Country Manager
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FLSmidth A/S
Website: www.flsmidth.com
Main Contact: Jakob Lyngsø Andersen,
Vice President, Global Human Resources
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Ford Motor Company A/S
Website: www.ford.dk
Main Contact: James Read,
Managing Director
GE Money Bank
Website: www.gemoneybank.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Fich,
General Manager
Global Refund Denmark A/S
Website: www.globalrefund.com
Main Contact: Henrik Thomsen,
Country Manager
FranklinCovey – nordic approach
Website: www.franklincovey.dk
Main Contact: Jannick B. Pedersen,
Chief Executive Officer
General Reinsurance Scandinavia
Website: www.genre.com
Main Contact: Jan Højgaard,
Managing Director
Global-Eyes a/s
Website: www.global-eyes.dk
Main Contact: Lars Wittig,
Managing Director
FUHU
Website: www.fuhu.dk
Main Contact: Stina Vrang Elias,
Managing Director
Genmab A/S
Website: www.genmab.com
Main Contact: Helle Thalund Husted,
Sr. Director, Investor Relations
Google Denmark ApS
Website: www.google.dk
Main Contact: Peter Friis,
Country Sales Manager
Genzyme A/S
Website: www.genzyme.com
Main Contact: Johnny Krogh Hansen,
Country Manager Denmark
Gorrissen Federspiel
Website: www.gorrissenfederspiel.com
Main Contact: Søren Stæhr, Partner
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G4S Security Services A/S
Website: www.g4s.dk
Main Contact: Kristian Durhuus,
Managing Director
GE Healthcare, GmbH
Website: www.gehealthcare.dk
Main Contact: Vibeke Holmer, Regional
Sales Manager, BioProcess, Nordic
GHDsign ApS
Website: www.ghd.dk
Main Contact: Gert Hansen, CEO
Grontmij | Carl Bro A/S
Website: www.carlbro.dk
Main Contact: Lars Bork Hansen,
Department Director
Gilead Sciences Denmark Aps
Website: www.gilead.com
Main Contact: Kennet Brysting,
General Manager Nordic
Grundfos A/S
Website: www.grundfos.com
Main Contact: Søren Ø. Sørensen,
Group Executive Vice President
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma A/S
Website: www.glaxosmithkline.dk
Main Contact: Anne-Marie Levy
Rasmussen, Director, Corporate Affairs
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H. Lundbeck A/S
Website: www.lundbeck.com
Main Contact: Ulf Wiinberg,
President & CEO
Haldor Topsøe A/S
Website: www.topsoe.dk
Main Contact: Jesper Lemmich,
HR Director
Hard Rock Cafe
Website: www.hardrock.com
Main Contact: Jannie D. Thaysen,
Sales & Marketing Manager
Heidrick & Struggles
Website: www.heidrick.com
Main Contact: Tobias Petri,
Managing Partner
Helnan International A/S
Website: www.helnan.info
Main Contact: Enan Galaly,
President & Founder
Hertz Biludlejning
Website: www.hertzDK.dk
Main Contact: Vasant Mistry, CEO
Hess Denmark ApS
Website: www.hess.com
Main Contact: Paul Schofield,
General Manager
hpc.danmark ApS
Website: www.arcito.com
Main Contact: Scott Hollingsworth,
Director, Architect MAA
Hewlett-Packard ApS
Website: www.hp.com
Main Contact: Keld Jersild Olsen,
Managing Director
Huset Mandag Morgen A/S
Website: www.mm.dk
Main Contact: Asger Daugbjerg,
Business Director
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Website: www.hilton.com
Main Contact: Claus Steiner,
General Manager
Hobart Foster Scandinavia ApS
Website: www.hobart-foster.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Pedersen,
General Manager
Honeywell A/S
Website: www.honeywell.dk
Main Contact: Torben Qvist,
Managing Director
Horten Law Firm
Website: www.hortenlaw.dk
Main Contact: Carina Johansen, Business Development Manager
Horton International A/S
Website: www.horton.dk
Main Contact: Jens Christian Andersen,
President
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IBM Danmark A/S
Website: www.dk.ibm.com
Main Contact: Kim Østrup,
Vice President
Icelandair
Website: www.icelandair.dk
Main Contact: Sigga Sveinsdóttir,
Sales Executive
IDG Danmark A/S
Website: www.idg.dk
Main Contact: Søren Queitsch,
Managing Director
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IHS A/S Northern Europe
& the CIS Countries
Website: www.ihs.com
Main Contact: Kristian I. Sørensen,
Regional Sales Director, EMEA
iMotions - Emotion Technology A/S
Website: www.imotionsglobal.com
Main Contact: Peter Hartzbech,
CEO & Co-Founder
Informationsgruppen Aps
Website: www.informationsgruppen.dk
Main Contact: Nils Rasmus Hansen,
Managing Director & Partner
Intel Denmark ApS
Website: www.intel.com
Main Contact: Steven Christensen,
Managing Director
Interverbum Translations
Website: www.interverbum.dk
Main Contact: Steen Chr. Nielsen,
General Manager
Invest in Denmark
Website: www.investindk.com
Main Contact: Ole Frijs-Madsen,
Director
Iron Mountain A/S
Website: www.ironmountain.com
Main Contact: Søren Kjeldsen Eltorp,
Managing Director, Partner
Jyske Bank A/S
Website: www.jyskebank.dk
Main Contact: Niels Erik Jakobsen,
Managing Director, Group Management
ISS A/S
Website: www.issworld.com
Main Contact: Henrik Sandbjerg Nielsen,
Financial Director
Jyske Global Asset Management
Website: www.jgam.com
Main Contact: Lars Stouge, President
J
K
J. Lauritzen A/S
Website: www.j-l.com
Main Contact: Jens Søndergaard,
Senior Vice President
Koppers Denmark A/S
Website: www.koppers.com
Main Contact: Sven Kaas Hansen,
Managing Director
Janssen-Cilag
Website: www.jnj.com
Main Contact: Lone Brinckmeyer,
Administrative Coordinator-HR
Korn/Ferry International A/S
Website: www.kornferry.com
Main Contact: Steen Ernland,
Senior Partner & Managing Director
Johnson Controls Denmark
Website: www.johnsoncontrols.dk
Main Contact: Tim Pindstofte, Regional
Executive Director / MD, Nordic
KPMG
Website: www.kpmg.dk
Main Contact: Finn L. Meyer, Partner
JohnsonDiversey Danmark
Website: www.johnsondiversey.dk
Main Contact: Morten Rønager,
International Accounts Director
Kromann Reumert
Website: www.kromannreumert.com
Main Contact: Thomas Kaas,
Lawyer / Partner
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Lexmark Danmark
Website: www.lexmark.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Frydensbjerg,
LA Manager
Manpower A/S
Website: www.manpower.dk
Main Contact: Christer Hammar,
Managing Director
Lionbridge Denmark A/S
Website: www.lionbridge.dk
Main Contact: Angélique Espensen,
Managing Director
MAQS Law Firm
Website: www.maqs.com
Main Contact: Philip Graff, Partner
LitePoint Europe ApS
Website: www.litepoint.com
Main Contact: Karsten Vandrup,
Managing Director
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Website: www.lmco.com
Main Contact: James D. Latham,
Director, International Business
Development
Mars Danmark A/S
Website: www.masterfoods.com
Main Contact: Christian Linde,
Country Director, Denmark
Marsh Danmark A/S
Website: www.marsh.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Larsen,
Sales Director
Martensen Wright Law Firm ApS
Website: www.usa-eurolaw.com
Main Contact: Finn Martensen,
Attorney
Martensen Wright PC
Website: www.usa-eurolaw.com
Main Contact: Edward J. Wright, Jr.,
Managing Shareholder
McDonald’s Danmark A/S
Website: www.mcdonalds.dk
Main Contact: Kristian Scheef Madsen,
Managing Director
McKinsey & Company Denmark
Website: www.mckinsey.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Schmidt,
Location Manager, Partner
Medicon Valley Alliance
Website: www.mva.org
Main Contact: Stig Jørgensen,
Managing Director
Microsoft Denmark
Website: www.microsoft.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Bardenfleth,
Country General Manager
Monsanto Crop Sciences Denmark A/S
Website: www.monsanto.dk
Main Contact: Mattias Zetterstrand,
GA/PA/RA Manager
Motorola A/S
Website: www.motorola.dk
Main Contact: Steffen Ring, Senior
Director of Global Government Affairs
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Website: www.merck.com
Main Contact: Dorthe Mikkelsen,
Vice President, Europe
Møbeltransport Danmark
– House of Relocation
Website: www.mobel.dk
Main Contact: Gunnar Moeskjær,
International Director
N
National Instruments Danmark
Website: www.ni.com/denmark
Main Contact: Gert Nilsson,
Managing Director
NCF - Nordic Corporate Finance
Website: www.ncf-corporate.dk
Main Contact: Peter Søgaard, Partner
Netop A/S
Website: www.netop.com
Main Contact: Kurt Groth Bager, CEO
NLP World
Website: www.arthurbuchman.com
Main Contact: Arthur Buchman,
Psychologist
NNIT A/S
Website: www.nnit.com
Main Contact: Per Kogut, CEO
Nordea Bank Denmark A/S
Website: www.nordea.com
Main Contact: Niels E. Rasmussen,
Senior Director
Nordic Cryobank ApS
Website: www.nordiccryobank.com
Main Contact: Peter Bower, Director
Norrbom Vinding
Website: www.norrbomvinding.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Vinding, Partner
Novartis Healthcare A/S
Website: www.novartis.dk
Main Contact: Peter Drøidal,
Regional Director Denmark
Novell Denmark A/S
Website: www.novell.dk
Main Contact: Ken Tomassen,
Managing Director
Novo A/S
Website: www.novo.dk
Main Contact: Thorkil Kastberg
Christensen, Chief Financial Officer
Novo Nordisk A/S
Website: www.novonordisk.com
Main Contact: Lars Rebien Sørensen,
President and CEO
Novozymes A/S
Website: www.novozymes.com
Main Contact: Thomas Nagy,
Executive Vice President
Nykredit A/S
Website: www.nykredit.dk
Main Contact: Peter Engberg Jensen,
Group Chief Executive
Nypro Denmark ApS
Website: www.nypro.com
Main Contact: Fredrik Carlsson,
Managing Director
O
Ogilvy & Mather Copenhagen A/S
Website: www.ogilvy.dk
Main Contact: Christian Bjerrum, CEO
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Oracle Danmark ApS
Website: www.oracle.com
Main Contact: Thomas Gregers Honoré,
Managing Director
Pfizer ApS
Website: www.pfizer.dk
Main Contact: Jens Holmstrup,
Managing Director
Orbicon | Leif Hansen A/S
Website: www.leifhansen.dk
Main Contact: Lars Kragh, CEO
Prent Denmark ApS
Website: www.prent.com
Main Contact: Peter Bay,
Managing Director
P
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Website: www.pwc.dk
Main Contact: Allan Vestergaard
Andersen, Assurance Partner
PepsiCo Nordic, Danish Branch
Website: www.pepsico.com
Main Contact: Henrik Pasgaard,
Marketing Manager, Quaker Brands
PrimeTime Communication
Website: www.ptime.dk
Main Contact: Peter Sterup,
Managing Director
PerkinElmer
Website: www.perkinelmer.com
Main Contact: Annegrete Pedersen,
Site Leader
Promoters ApS
Website: www.promoters.dk
Main Contact: Danny Fogel,
CEO and owner
PFA Pension
Website: www.pfa.dk
Main Contact: Lotte Elsborg,
Global Network Manager
R
Radiometer A/S
Website: www.radiometer.com
Main Contact: Peter Kürstein,
President, CEO
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Website: www.radissonsas.com
Main Contact: Roy A. Kappenberger,
General Manager
RAE Systems Europe ApS
Website: www.raesystems.eu
Main Contact: Torben Kristensen,
Operations Manager
Rambøll Danmark A/S
Website: www.ramboll.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Rand,
Managing Director
Raytheon International Inc.
Website: www.raytheon.com
Main Contact: Mark N. Clark,
Vice President, European Region
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Recall A/S
Website: www.recall.dk
Main Contact: Kenneth Norre,
General Manager
Roche A/S
Website: www.roche.dk
Main Contact: Robin Turner,
General Manager
REPUTATION
Website: www.reputationcph.com
Main Contact: Alexander Peitersen,
Managing Director
Rockwell Automation A/S
Website: www.rockwellautomation.dk
Main Contact: John Mathiesen,
Scandinavian Country Manager
Resources Global Professionals A/S
Website: www.resourcesglobal.com
Main Contact: Christian Dyrby Pedersen,
Client Service Director
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
Website: www.ronnelundgren.com
Main Contact: Ulrik Fleischer-Michaelsen, Partner - Corporate & Commercial
ResQ A/S
Website: www.resq.dk
Main Contact: Erik Rau Jacobsen,
Manager Scandinavia
SAS – Scandinavian Airlines
Denmark A/S
Website: www.scandinavian.net
Main Contact: Per Møller Jensen, Vice
President Marketing & Sales Denmark
SAS Institute A/S
Website: www.sas.com/dk
Main Contact: Lars Sander Matjeka,
Marketing & Communications Director
Scan Global Logistics A/S
Website: www.scangl.com
Main Contact: Ivo Hribar,
Finance Manager
S
Scandic Copenhagen
Website: www.scandic-hotels.dk
Main Contact: Kirsten Glente,
Managing Director
Right Management
Website: www.rightmanagement.dk
Main Contact: Jesper Harrishøj, Vice
President, Marketing & Sales
SalesForce 1 A/S
Website: www.salesforce1.dk
Main Contact: Peter Hindkjær, Director
Scandinavian Cruise Center A/S
Website: www.cruise.dk
Main Contact: Henning Vinter, Salgschef
RiskPoint A/S
Website: www.riskpoint.eu
Main Contact: Kenneth Nielsen,
Director & Partner
sanofi-aventis Denmark A/S
Website: www.sanofi-aventis.dk
Main Contact: Lasse Petersen,
General Manager
Sealed Air Denmark A/S
Website: www.sealedair.com
Main Contact: Jan Wieth, Sales Director
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Settwell Relocation
Website: www.settwell.dk
Main Contact: Mads Chr. Wikke,
General Manager
Spamfighter ApS
Website: www.spamfighter.com
Main Contact: Henrik Sørensen,
Managing Director
Shell Denmark
Website: www.shell.com
Main Contact: Simon Daman Willems,
Managing Director, SOGU
SprintLink Denmark ApS
Website: www.sprintworldwide.com/
danish
Main Contact: Martin Murmann,
Senior Sales Manager
Site Architects
Website: www.siteas.dk
Main Contact: Brian Sheldon, Partner
SmartPanel Technologies Aps
Main Contact: Michael Dølpher,
Managing Director
Smartshare Systems A/S
Website: www.smartsharesystems.com
Main Contact: Christian Nejstgaard,
Chairman of the Board
Spa Supply A/S
Website: www.spasupply.dk
Main Contact: Flemming Pagaard,
Owner, Board Chairman
T
T. Rowe Price Global Investment
Services Limited
Website: www.trowepriceglobal.com
Main Contact: Peter Preisler, Director,
Head of EMEA
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Website: www.cphlaw.eu
Main Contact: Terry A. Selzer, Attorney
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
Website: www.tcs.com
Main Contact: Ragnar G. Norddahl,
Business Relationship Advisor
Struers A/S
Website: www.struers.com
Main Contact: Steen Jensen,
Managing Director
TDC A/S
Website: www.tdc.dk
Main Contact: Anja M. Antonsen,
Director, Group Risk Management
Stryker Nordic
Website: www.strykernordic.com
Main Contact: Laurence Hipkin,
General Manager
Terma A/S
Website: www.terma.com
Main Contact: Jørn Henrik
Levy Rasmussen, Vice President
Sun Chemical A/S
Website: www.sunchemical.com
Main Contact: Henning Meyer,
Managing Director
The Boeing Company
Website: www.boeing.com
Main Contact: Jan Närlinge, President,
Boeing Northern Europe
SvendHjort Agencies
Website: www.agencies.dk
Main Contact: Svend Hjort, President
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The Boston Consulting Group
Website: www.bcg.dk
Main Contact: Jens A. Harsaae,
Partner & Managing Director
The International Institute of Written
Oxford English ApS
Website: www.oxfordenglish.biz
Main Contact: Mariano A. Davies,
Managing Director
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Website: www.thermodanmark.dk;
www.thermo.com
Main Contact: Jan B. Petersen,
Managing Director
Toft ApS
Website: www.toft.com
Main Contact: Jesper Toft, Owner
Toms Gruppen A/S
Website: www.tomsgroup.com
Main Contact: Jesper Møller,
CEO/Managing Director
Tvilum-Scanbirk A/S
Website: www.tvilum-scanbirk.com
Main Contact: Lau Frandsen,
President & CEO ad interim
U
V
UL International Demko A/S
Website: www.ul-europe.com
Main Contact: Mette Winther Pedersen,
Branch Manager
Varian Medical Systems
Scandinavia A/S
Website: www.varian.com
Main Contact: Sten Hornsleth,
Managing Director
Understanding Culture
Website: www.understandingculture.dk
Main Contact: Rikke Haugegaard,
Director
Velux A/S
Website: www.velux.com
Main Contact: Jørgen Tang-Jensen, CEO
Unisys A/S
Website: www.unisys.com
Main Contact: Palle Hansen,
Managing Director
Verizon Denmark A/S
Website: www.verizonbusiness.com
Main Contact: Flemming Dehn
Jespersen, Legal Director, EMEA
UPS Danmark A/S
Website: www.ups.com
Main Contact: Frank Buchmann,
Sales Manager, Business Development
Virksomhedsskolen A/S
Website: www.virksomhedsskolen.dk
Main Contact: Christian Planck,
Managing Director
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Warner Music Denmark A/S
Website: www.warnermusic.dk
Main Contact: Mickey Lund,
Finance Controller
World Jet Trading A/S
Website: www.worldjettrading.com
Main Contact: Kristian Hougaard,
President
Waters A/S
Website: www.waters.com
Main Contact: Mogens Hallas,
General Manager
X
Weibel Scientific A/S
Website: www.weibel.dk
Main Contact: Peder R. Pedersen,
President
X2M Denmark
Website: www.x2m.dk
Main Contact: Søren Bjerregaard,
Account Director
WMAN
Website: www.wman.dk
Main Contact: Bo Røen Hansen, Director
Woer + Gregorius
Website: www.woer.gregorius.dk
Main Contact: Mulle Gregorius,
Managing Director
Wonderful Copenhagen
Website: www.visitcopenhagen.dk
Main Contact: Lars Bernhard Jørgensen,
Managing Director
Z
Zealand Pharma
Website: www.zp.dk
Main Contact: Mogens Vang
Rasmussen, CFO
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AMCHAM NETWORK
Connections across the Globe
AmCham Denmark is a member of the AmCham Network – a global network of
AmChams in more than 100 countries worldwide.
AmCham Denmark’s network is an important asset. To us, to our members and to
our key stakeholders. This is why we keep our relationships strong within our network,
particularly with the Nordic AmChams, the European Council of AmChams (ECACC)
and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
AmCham is keen to leverage its extensive executive network to help our members get connected. Whenever. Wherever. Just ask us.
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FINLAND
AmCham Finland
Kriistina Helenius, Managing Director Annankatu 32
FI-00100 Helsinki
Tel: (+358) 45 122 6051
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.fi
NORWAY
AmCham Norway
Jason Turflinger, Managing Director
Lille Grensen 5
N-0159 Oslo
Tel: (+47) 22 41 50 10
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.no
SWEDEN
AmCham Sweden
Berit Salheim, Managing Director
Jakobs Torg 3, P.O. Box 16050
SE-103 21 Stockholm
Tel: (+46) 8 506 126 10
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamswe.se
U.S. Commercial Service
Nicholas Kuchova, Regional
Senior Commercial Officer
Itäinen Puistotie 14 B
FI-00140 Helsinki
Tel: (+358) 9 616 25342
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.buyusa.gov/finland/en
U.S. Commercial Service
Vidar Keyn, Head of Commercial Section
Henrik Ibsens gate 48
N-0244 Oslo
Tel: (+47) 21 30 88 66
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.buyusa.gov/norway/en
U.S. Commercial Service
Frank Carrico, Regional Senior
Commercial Officer
Dag Hammarskjölds Väg 31
SE-115 89 Stockholm
Tel: (+46) 8 783 5348
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.buyusa.gov/sweden/en
Population: 5.25 million
Life expectancy: 78.97
GDP (PPP): $ 183.1 billion
GDP Growth: - 6.7 %
GDP per capita (PPP): $ 34,900
Unemployment: 8.6 %
Inflation: 0%
Source: CIA Factbook (2009 Estimate)
Population: 4.66 million
Life expectancy: 79.95
GDP (PPP): $ 276.5 billion
GDP Growth: - 1.1 %
GDP per capita (PPP): $ 59,300
Unemployment: 3.2 %
Inflation: 2.3 %
Source: CIA Factbook (2009 Estimate)
Population: 9.06 million
Life expectancy: 80.86
GDP (PPP): $ 333.2 billion
GDP Growth: - 4.6 %
GDP per capita (PPP): $ 36,800
Unemployment: 3.2 %
Inflation: -9.3 %
Source: CIA Factbook (2009 Estimate)
The Region
Population: 24.6 million
Total Area: 1,155,554 square km / 446,177 sq. miles
Government Types: Constitutional monarchy (Denmark, Norway, Sweden); Parliamentary republic (Finland)
Main Languages: Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish. English is the first foreign language and very widely spoken and understood.
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DENMARK
AmCham Denmark
Stephen Brugger, Executive Director
Christians Brygge 26
DK-1559 Copenhagen V
Tel: (+45) 33 93 29 32
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.dk
U.S. Commercial Service
Bjarke Frederiksen, Head of Commercial Section
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 33 41 73 15
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.buyusa.gov/denmark/en
Population: 5.50 million
Life expectancy: 78.3
GDP (PPP): $ 199.1 billion
GDP Growth: - 3.6 %
GDP per capita (PPP): $ 36,200
Unemployment: 3.6 %
Inflation: 1.3 %
Source: CIA Factbook (2009 Estimate)
Trans-Atlantic Connections
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United States
Chamber of Commerce
AmCham Denmark is a fully accredited
member of the United States Chamber
of Commerce, which is consistently
ranked among the top 10 most influential lobbying and trade organizations.
AmCham Denmark works closely with
the U.S. Chamber on matters of importance to our members doing business
in the United States.
Contact:
United States Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20062-2000
Tel: (+001) 202 463 5460
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.uschamber.com
Contact:
ECACC Secretariat
c/o AmCham EU
Avenue des Arts 53
B-1000 Brussels
Tel: (+32) 2 289 10 14
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamseurope.com
European Council of American Chambers of Commerce (ECACC)
AmCham Denmark is one of the 43 members of ECACC, which represents the corporate interests of more than 17,000 American
and European companies, based in 41 countries and employing more than 20 million people. ECACC’s member companies account for more than $1.1 trillion in trans-Atlantic investment. ECACC has developed a program of Mutual Benefits & Services for
AmCham members seeking to expand their businesses across borders. Contact your local AmCham for further details. AmCham
Denmark’s Executive Director, Stephen Brugger, is the current Chairman of ECACC.
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Albania
AmCham Albania
Rr. Deshmoret 4 Shkurtit,
Sky Tower, Room 11-3
1001 Tirana
Albania
Tel: (+355) 4 2259779
Fax: (+355) 4 235350
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.com.al
Floreta Luli-Faber,
Executive Director
Philip Bay, President
Armenia
AmCham Armenia
Marriott Armenia, 9 Vazgen
Sargsyan Street, 7th floor,
room 629, 0010 Yerevan
Armenia
Tel: (+347) 599 187
Fax: (+347) 599 265
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.am
Elen Ghazarian, Executive Director
David Atanessian, Chairman
Austria
AmCham Austria
Porzellangasse 35
A-1090 Vienna
Austria
Tel: (+43) 1 319 57 51
Fax: (+43) 1 319 51 51
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.at
Patricia A. Helletzgruber,
Executive Director
Felix Thun-Hohenstein, Chairman
Azerbaijan
AmCham Azerbaijan
The Landmark, 96 Nizami Street
AZ-1010 Baku
Azerbaijan
Tel: (+99) 412 4 971 333
Fax: (+99) 412 4 971 091
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamaz.org
Nargiz Nasrullayeva-Muduroglu,
Executive Director
Daniel Matthews, President
Belgium
AmCham Belgium
Rue du Commerce 41,
Handelsstraat
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Tel: (+32) 25 13 67 70
Fax: (+32) 25 13 35 90
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.be
Marcel Claes, Chief Executive
Scott Beardsley, President
Bosnia & Herzegovina
AmCham Bosnia & Herzegovina
Zmaja Od Bosne 4 St
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tel: (+387) 33 269 230
Fax: (+387) 33 269 232
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ba
Violeta Cibukcic, Executive Director
Mrs. Lejla Zukic-Krivdic, Chairman
Bulgaria
AmCham Bulgaria
Business Park Sofia,
Mladost 4 Area,
Building 2, fl 6
BG-1715 Sofia
Bulgaria
Tel: (+359) 2 9-742-743/4/5/7,
Fax: (+359) 2 9-742-741769 569
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.bg
Valentin Georgiev,
Executive Director
Anthony Hassiotis, President
Croatia
AmCham Croatia
Radnicka cesta 47
HR-10000 Zagreb
Croatia
Tel: (+385) 1 48 36 777
Fax: (+385) 1 48 36 776
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.hr
Damir Vucic,
 Executive Director
Don Markušic, President

Cyprus
Cyprus-American Business
Association
P.O. Box 21455
CY-1509 Nicosia
Cyprus
Tel: (+357) 22 889 830
Fax: (+357) 22 668 630
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ccci.org.cy
Andreas Papadouris,
Executive Secretary
Chris Christodoulou, President
Czech Republic
AmCham Czech Republic
Dusni 10
CZ-110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Tel: (+420) 2 2232 9430
Fax: (+420) 2 2232 9433
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.cz
Weston Stacey, Executive Director
Aleš Bartunek,
�  President
Denmark
AmChamDenmark
Christians Brygge 26
1559 Copenhagen V
Denmark
Tel: (+45) 33 932 932
Fax: (+45) 33 932 938
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www. amcham.dk
Stephen Brugger,
Executive Director
Mark Luscombe, Interim Chairman
EU
AmCham EU
Kunstlaan 53 Avenue des Arts
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Tel: (+32) 2 513 68 92
Fax: (+32) 2 513 79 28
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchameu.eu
Susan Danger, Managing Director
John Vassallo, Chairman
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Finland
AmCham Finland
Annankatu 32, 7th floor
SF-00100 Helsinki
Finland
Tel: (+358) 45 122 6051
Fax: (+358) 9 675 387
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.fi
Kristiina Helenius,
Managing Director
Petteri Kilpinen, Chairman
France
AmCham France
156 boulevard Haussmann
F-75008 Paris
France
Tel: (+33) 1 56 43 45 67
Fax: (+33) 1 56 43 45 60
E-mail: [email protected]
amchamfrance.org
Website: www.amchamfrance.org
Jean-Claude Gruffat, President
Georgia
AmCham Georgia
10 Melikishvili Ave.
0179 Tbilisi
Georgia
Tel: +(995 32) 226 907
Fax: +(995 32) 226 792
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ge
Amy Denman, Executive Director
David Lee, President
Germany
AmCham Germany
Börsenplatz 7-11
D-60313 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Tel: (+49) 69 92 91 04 - 10
Fax: (+49) 69 92 91 04 - 11
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.de
Dr. Dierk Mueller, General Manager
Fred B. Irwin, President
Ireland
AmCham Ireland
6 Wilton Place
Dublin 2
Ireland
Tel: (+353) 1 661 6201
Fax: (+353) 1 661 6217
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ie
Joanne Richardson, Chief Executive
Lionel Alexander, President
Greece
American-Hellenic
Chamber of Commerce
109-111 Messoghion Avenue
GR-115 26 Athens
Greece
Tel: (+30) 210 699 3559
Fax: (+30) 201 698 5687
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.gr
Elias J. Spirtounias,
Executive Director
Yanos Gramatidis, Chairman
Israel
Israel-America
Chamber of Commers
35 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.
IL Tel Aviv 61333
Israel
Tel: (+972) 3 695 23 41
Fax: (+972) 3 695 12 71
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.co.il
Tamar Guy, Executive Director
Chemi Peres, Chairman
Hungary
AmCham Hungary
Szent István tér 11, 6th floor
H-1051 Budapest
Hungary
Tel: (+36) 1 266 9880
Fax: (+36) 1 266 9888
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.hu
Peter Dávid,
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Gusztáv Bienerth, Chairman
Italy
AmCham Italy
Via Cantù, 1
I-20123 Milano
Italy
Tel: (+39) 02 869 0661
Fax: (+39) 02 805 7737
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.it
Simone Crolla, Managing Director
Umberto Paolucci, President
Kosovo
AmCham Kosovo
Gustav Majer #6
10000 Prishtina
Kosovo
Tel: (+381) 38 246 012
Fax: (+381) 38 248 012
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamksv.org
Lekë Musa, Executive Director
Christopher Hall, Chariman
Latvia
AmCham Latvia
Torna iela4, IIA,301
LV-1050 Riga
Latvia
Tel: (+371) 6721-2204
Fax: (+371) 6721-2204
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.lv
Liga Bertulsone,
Executive Director
Jerry Wirth, Chairman
Luxembourg
AmCham Luxembourg
6, rue Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
L-1432 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Tel: (+352) 43 17 56
Fax: (+352) 26 09 47 04
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.lu
Margot Parra, Marketing Director
Paul-Michael Schonenberg,
Chairman
Macedonia
AmCham Macedonia
MT Gologanov 42, Floor III
MK-1000 Skopje
Macedonia
Tel: (+389) 2 3216 714
Fax: (+389) 2 3246 950
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.com.mk
Sonja McGurk, Executive Director
Ilijaco Gagovski, Chairman
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Malta
Maltese-American
Chamber of Commerce
Exchange Buildings,
Republiv Street
VLT 1117 Valletta
Malta
Tel: (+356) 21 24 7233
Fax: (+356) 2124 5223
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham-malta.org
Kevin J. Borg, Executive Director
Dr. Anton Tabone, President
Poland
AmCham Poland
Warsaw Financial Center,
ul. Emilii Plater 53, 14th floor
PL-00-113 Warsaw
Poland
Tel: (+48) 22 520 5999
Fax: (+48) 22 520 5998
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.com.pl
Dorothy Dabrowski,
Executive Director
Roman Rewald, Chairman
Moldova
AmCham Moldova
Kentford Building
Ground Floor, 202,
Stefan cel Mare str.
MD-2004 Chisinau
Republic of Moldova
Tel: (+373) 22 211 781
Fax: (+373) 22 211 782
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.md
Emilia Dodon-Malairau,

Executive Director
John Maxemchuk, President
Portugal
AmCham Portugal
Rua D. Estefania 155, 5 Esq.
P-1000-154 Lisboa
Portugal
Tel: (+351) 213 572 561
Fax: (+351) 213 572 580
E-mail: [email protected]
mail.telepac.pt
Website: www.amcham.org.pt
Graça Didier, Executive Director
José Joaquim Oliveira, Chairman
Norway
AmCham Norway
Lille Grensen 5
N-0159 Oslo
Norway
Tel: (+47) 22 41 50 10
Fax: (+47) 22 41 50 11
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.no
Jason Turflinger,
Managing Director
Gunnar Rødal, Chairman
Romania
AmCham Romania
Union International Center,
11 Ion Campineanu , 5.05-5.06
010031 Bucharest-1
Romania
Tel: (+40) 21 312 4834
Fax: (+40) 21 312 4851
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ro
Anca Harasim, Executive Director
Russia
AmCham Russia
Dolgorukovskaya Ul. 7
14th Floor
RU-127006 Moscow
Russian Federation
Tel: (+7) 495 961 2141
Fax: (+7) 495 961 2142
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ru
Andrew B. Somers, President
St. Petersburg Chapter
“Na Novo-Isaakievskoy” business
center, Ulitsa Yakubovicha 24,
left wing, 3rd floor
190000 St. Petersburg
Russian Federation
Tel: (+7) 812 4481646
Fax: (+7) 812 4481645
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ru/spb
Maria Chernobrovkina,
Executive Director
Maxim Kalinin, Chairman
Serbia
AmCham Serbia
Vlajkoviceva 30/III/10
YU-11000 Belgrade
Serbia
Tel: (+381) 11 334 5961
Fax: (+381) 11 324 7771
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.yu
Bojana Ristic, Executive Director
Skip Bornhuetter, President
Slovak Republic
AmCham Slovak Republic
Hotel Crowne Plaza Bratislava
Hodžovo námestie 2
811 06 Bratislava
Slovak Republic
Tel: (+421) 2 5464 0534
Fax: (+421) 2 5464 0535
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.sk
Jake C. Slegers, Executive Director
Robert Simoncic, President
Slovenia
AmCham Slovenia
Pod Hribom 55
SLO-1000 Ljubljana,
Slovenia
Tel: (+386) 8 205 13 50
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.si
Ajsa Vodnik, Executive Director
Tomáz Lovsé, Chairman
Spain
AmCham Spain
Tuset 10, 1º 2ª
E-08006 Barcelona
Spain
Tel: (+34) 93 415 99 63
Fax: (+34) 93 415 11 98
E-mail: [email protected]
amchamspain.com
Website: www.amchamspain.com
Susan Feitoza, Executive Director
Jaime Malet, Chairman
Sweden
AmCham Sweden
Jakobs torg 3, P.O. Box 16050
SE-103 21 Stockholm
Sweden
Tel: (+46) 8 506 126 10
Fax: (+46) 8 506 126 13
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamswe.se
Berit Salheim, Managing Director
Bengt B:son Sjögren, Chairman
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Switzerland
Swiss-American
Chamber of Commerce
talacker 41
CH-8001 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: (+41) 43 443 72 00
Fax: (+41) 43 497 22 70
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ch
Martin Naville,
Chief Executive Officer
Michael Mack, Chairman
The Netherlands
AmCham Netherlands
WTC D-Tower, 6th floor
Schiphol Boulevard 171
NL-1118 BG Schiphol
The Netherlands
Tel: (+31) (0) 20 795 18 40,
Fax: (+31) (0) 20 795 18 50
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.nl
Riëtte Blacquière-Schalen,
Executive Officer
Raoul F.M.L. Oberman, President
Turkey
AmCham Turkey /TABA
Büyükdere Caddesi 18,
Tankaya Apt.
Kat 7, D 20 Sisli
TR-34360 Istanbul
Turkey
Tel: (+90) 212 291 09 16-18
Fax: (+90) 212 291 06 45-47
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.org
Asude Yesilbas, Operations
Executive
American Business
Forum in Turkey /ABFT
Süzer Plaza Kat 15, Askeroca
Caddesi No. 15
34367 Elmada Istanbul
Turkey
Tel: (+90) 212 243 35 11
Fax: (+90) 212 243 35 17
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.abft.net
Sezer Koyun, Executive Director
Rahsan Cebe, Chairwoman
Ukraine
AmCham Ukraine
Horizon Park Business Center,
12 Amosova Vul., 15th Floor
03038 Kiev
Ukraine
Tel: (+380 44) 49 58 00
Fax: (+380 44) 490 58 01
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.chamber.ua
Jorge Zukoski, President
Boris Krasnyansky, Chairman
United Kingdom
British American Business
75 Brook Street
W1K 4AD London
United Kingdom
Tel: (+44) 207 290 9888
Fax: (+44) 207 491 9172
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.babinc.org
Peter Hunt, Managing Director
Other AmChams in Europe
Estonia
AmCham Estonia
Tallinn Business Center,
Harju 6
10130 Tallinn
Estonia
Tel: (+372) 6 310 522
Fax: (+372) 6 310 521
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.AmCham.ee
Daria Sivovol, Executive Director
Stefano Grace, President
Kazakhstan
AmCham Kazakhstan
Hyatt Hotel Office Tower,
10th Floor 29/6 Satpaev Street
050040 Almaty
Kazakhstan
Tel: (+7 )727 258 79 38/39/40,
Fax: +7 727 258 79 42
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.kz
Doris Bradbury, Executive Director
Kenneth Mack, President
Kyrgyz Republic
AmCham Kyrgyz Republic
191 Sovietskaya,
Office #123
720011 Bishkek
Kyrgyz Republic
Tel: 996 312 68 09 07
Fax: 996 312 68 11 72
E-mail: [email protected]
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Website: www.amcham.kg
Ainura Cholponkulova,
Executive Director
Lithuania
AmCham Lithuania
Lukiskiu 5-204
LT-01108 Vilnius
Lithuania
Tel: (+370) 5 261 11 81
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.acc.lt
Aiste Andziuleviciute,
Executive Director
Rimtautas Vizgirda, Chairman
Montenegro
AmCham Montenegro
Kralja Nikole 27a/IV PC “Celebic”
81000 Podgorica
Montenegro
Tel: (+382) 20 621 328
Fax: (+382) 20 621 328
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.me
Edin Seferovic, Executive Director
Oliver Obradovic, President
Uzbekistan
AmCham Uzbekistan
2 Afrosiab Street
100031 Tashkent
Uzbekistan
Tel: (+998) 71 140 0877
Fax: (+998) 71 140 0977
E-mail: [email protected]
amcham.uz
Website: www.amcham.uz
Tatyana Bystrushkina,
Executive Director
Donald Nicholson II, President
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KEY LINKS
Trade Council of Denmark: www.um.dk
The Danish Tax Service: www.skat.dk
Wonderful Copenhagen: www.woco.dk
Danish American Foundation & Fulbright Commission: www.daf-fulb.dk
American Club in Copenhagen: www.americanclub.dk
American Women’s Club in Copenhagen: www.awcdenmark.org
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Dansk Erhverv
– Danish Chamber of Commerce
Børsen, DK-1217 Copenhagen K
Tel: (+45) 70 13 12 00
Fax: (+45) 70 13 12 01
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.danskerhverv.dk
Confederation of Danish Industries
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18
DK-1787 Copenhagen V
Tel: (+45) 33 77 33 77
Fax: (+45) 33 77 33 00
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.di.dk
Copenhagen Capacity
Gammel Kongevej 1
1610 Copenhagen V
Tel: (+45) 33 22 02 33
Fax: (+45) 33 22 02 11
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.copcap.com
Invest in Denmark
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Asiatisk Plads 2
1448 Copenhagen K
Tel: (+45) 33 92 11 16
Fax: (+45) 33 92 07 17
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.investindk.com
American-Danish Business Council
Embassy of Denmark
3200 Whitehaven Street, NW
Washington, D. C. 20008 U.S.A.
Tel: (+001) 202 464 4190
Fax: (+001) 202 464 4189
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.usadk.org
Consular Section:
Robert Jachim, First Secretary and Consul
E-mail: [email protected]
Danish American Business Forum
Vedbæk Strandvej 350,P.O. Box 42
2950 Vedbæk
Tel: (+45) 45 65 17 76
Fax: (+45) 45 65 17 77
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.dabf.dk
Political/Economic Section:
Richard Bell
Counselor for Political & Economic Affairs
E-mail: [email protected]
Shawn Waddoups
First Secretary, Economic and
Commercial Affairs
E-mail: [email protected]
Danish Immigration Service
Ryesgade 53
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: 35 36 66 00
Fax: 35 36 19 16
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.nyidanmark.dk
U.S. Government in Denmark
Embassy of the United States of America
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 33 41 71 00
Fax: (+45) 35 43 02 23
Website: denmark.usembassy.gov
Laurie S. Fulton, U.S. Ambassador
Sara C. Hall, Management Officer
Public Relations:
Melissa Ford, Public Affairs Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Environment, Science & Technology:
Jan Erik Hall, Counselor
E-mail: [email protected]
Regional Security Office:
Jeff Howard, Regional Security Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
US Foreign Commercial Service (FCS)
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 33 41 73 15 Fax: (+45) 35 42 01 75
Website: www.buyusa.gov/denmark/en/
Bjarke Frederiksen, Head of Commercial Section
E-mail: [email protected]
Sabina Kroigaard, Commercial Specialist
E-mail: [email protected]
Peter Strandby, Commercial Specialist
E-mail: [email protected]
Maria Norsk, Commercial Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
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