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AMCHAM DENMARK YEARBOOK & MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
AmCham’s 2012 Annual General Meeting.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (AmCham Denmark) is a non-profit, non-governmental business
association representing companies actively investing in Denmark and the United States. 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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Mark N. Clark, Vice President,
European Region, Raytheon
poses a question to Defense
Minister Nick Hækkerup.
CONTENTS
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Message from the U.S. Embassy
06
Board of Directors
08
Message from the Executive Director
10
AmCham Denmark Year in Review
12
AmCham Highlights 2012
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Special Section
36
AmCham Denmark Membership
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AmCham Denmark Members
48
Members by Industry
54
Membership Directory
58
AmCham Network
76
Other Key Contacts
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Stephen A. Cristina
Chargé d’Affaires, a.i.
U.S. Embassy, Copenhagen
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On behalf of the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen,
I would like to congratulate AmCham on an
extraordinarily successful year. The Embassy is
extremely proud of our strong partnership with
AmCham in support of the efforts of American
businesses operating in Denmark.
During the past year, we have jointly hosted
many successful events, bringing together leaders
from business and politics. We have showcased
U.S. companies and their contributions to Danish
prosperity and productivity. We applaud AmCham’s
mission of working with Danish partners to ensure
that Denmark remains among the best and most
inviting countries for American companies and for
being a driving force in ensuring that American
businesses have an equal opportunity to succeed
here. Recognizing that the success of those firms
contributes to growth and prosperity in Denmark,
this year AmCham named McDonald’s the Foreign
Company of the Year for its innovation, corporate
social responsibility, and investment in employee
education. This is but one acknowledgment of the
contributions all AmCham’s members make to
growth, productivity, and employment in Denmark.
AmCham has established itself here as “The Voice
of International Business,” committed to promoting
a business-friendly environment in Denmark. This
includes efforts to improve Denmark’s ability to
attract and retain foreign companies, such as
AmCham’s Foreign Investor
Summit, which has focused on just
this.
Another highlight this year
was our partnership with the
Confederation of Danish Industry
to launch Green Partnerships for
Growth with Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton and Prime Minister
Helle Thorning-Schmidt. We also
convened for a follow-up event
hosted by DONG Energy. Events
like these demonstrate our
strong commitment to working
together to facilitate public-private
partnerships.
In his State of the Union
address in January 2013,
President Obama announced
the launch of negotiations
towards a Transatlantic Trade
and Investment Partnership with
the European Union. Our two
economies already represent the
world’s largest trade relationship,
accounting for one third of all
global goods and services trade
and one half of global output. The
United States is Denmark’s fourth
STEPHEN A. CRISTINA
Stephen A. Cristina, an officer in
the U.S. Senior Foreign Service,
became Deputy Chief of Mission at
the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen on
September 1, 2010. He is an economic
officer who has specialized in the
EU for many years, including having
held additional positions at the
U.S. Mission to the EU, Finland, The
Netherlands and Brazil.
largest trade partner - the largest
outside the EU. That relationship was
$20 billion in 2011 and is still growing.
We are looking forward to expanding
trade with both Denmark and the
European Union in the coming years.
The U.S. Embassy in Denmark will
remain a strong partner of AmCham
as we work together to promote U.S.
business and to create jobs, growth
and prosperity.
Stephen A. Cristina
William E. Kennard
U.S. Ambassador to the EU
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Trade talks will strengthen our transatlantic partnership
In February, President Obama joined European Commission President
Barroso and European Council President Van Rompuy in announcing
their intention to launch talks on a comprehensive Transatlantic Trade
and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the United States and the
European Union. The transatlantic economy, which already is the world’s
largest, is a success story with potential for significant further growth.
The main goals of the TTIP are to boost economic growth in the United
States and Europe by further opening goods and services markets,
strengthening rules-based investment, addressing non-tariff barriers
and promoting greater regulatory compatibility and transparency.
Additional goals are to enhance cooperation on the development of rules
and principles of global concern, such as standards for State-Owned
Enterprises, and enhancing the competitiveness of small- and mediumsized enterprises. In light of its membership in the EU and its successful
trade-oriented and advanced economy, Denmark stands to benefit
considerably from the conclusion of these negotiations.
As we engage in negotiations, our high ambitions must be
accompanied by political decisiveness and constructive engagement with
stakeholders. We must not let this opportunity pass. Having had the
opportunity to engage with AmCham Denmark’s membership on several
occasions recently, I applaud your efforts to bring together Danish and
American business and political leaders. I encourage your membership
to continue to provide sound advice and constructive support at this
historic time.
William Kennard
WILLIAM E. KENNARD
Ambassador Kennard has
worked actively to promote
transatlantic trade and investment and to eliminate
regulatory barriers to commerce
since assuming his current
position in 2009. Prior to his
appointment as U.S. Ambassador to the EU, Ambassador
Kennard was Managing Director
of The Carlyle Group, where he
specialized in investments in the
telecommunications and media
sectors. Ambassador Kennard
also served as chairman of the
U.S. Federal Communications
Commission from November
1997 to January 2001.
“There has never been a more important time
to have a strong collective voice speaking on
behalf of international business”
Chairman
Stephen Shillington,
Managing Director,
McDonald’s Danmark
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Message from the Board of Directors
facing our members and to be the voice for
these companies in working to influence key
decision makers and legislation impacting
international companies in Denmark.
With a strong policy agenda, wellfunctioning committees and an experienced
staff, AmCham is well positioned to be an
even more effective voice for international
companies in Denmark.
The Chamber’s 2013 policy agenda
will continue to have “international
competitiveness” as the central theme,
focusing on the important role played by
multinational companies’ investments into
Denmark. Additionally, we must continue to
make it our priority to understand the issues
There has never been a more important
time to have a strong collective voice
speaking on behalf of international business
and there has never been a more important
time for the Chamber to deliver events,
knowledge exchange opportunities and
policy work that assists you, our members,
to secure and to grow your business.
Thanks
We are pleased to acknowledge
the valuable relationships we
share with our key partners
and colleagues. Also, special
thanks to the U.S. Embassy
and Ambassador Fulton for
their invaluable contributions
throughout 2012. Finally, we
extend our sincere thanks to
you, our members, for your
continuing participation and
support.
Board Meetings
Board roundtable discussion with Margrethe
Vestager, focusing on competitive and
international investments.
AmCham’s Board met with Claus Hjort
Frederiksen (V) for a roundtable discussion
surrounding the current political climate in
Denmark as well as Venstre’s agenda for the
next Parliamentary session.
U.S. Ambassador to the European Union,
William E. Kennard met with the AmCham
Board of Directors in March to discuss the
importance of the Transatlantic Relationship.
AmCham Denmark BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Chairman
Stephen Shillington,
Managing Director,
McDonald’s
Danmark
Co-Vice-Chair,
Torsten Moe,
Partner, PwC
Co-Vice-Chair,
Dorthe Mikkelsen,
Senior Vice
President,
Mid-Europe 2,
MSD Scandinavia
Treasurer
Allan Agerholm,
CEO & Managing
Director,
Crowne Plaza
Copenhagen Towers
Nicola Gordon,
Managing Director,
SOGU,
Shell Denmark
Matthew C. Koenings,
Nutrition & Health
Supply Chain Leader,
DuPont Denmark
Janet Makepeace,
General Manager,
Roche
Charlotte Mark,
Managing Director,
Microsoft
Development Center
Copenhagen
Finn L. Meyer,
Partner,
KPMG
Peter Müller,
Managing Director,
Bayer
Thomas Nagy,
Executive Vice
President and
COS,
Novozymes
Martin Rahbek,
CEO,
Konica Minolta
Denmark
Lene Skole,
Executive Vice
President & CFO,
Coloplast
David Horn
Solomon,
President and CEO ,
Zealand Pharma
John Walsh III,
President & COO
Nordic Region,
CSC Denmark
Anders Würtzen,
Senior Vice President,
Head of Group
Public Affairs,
A.P. Møller –
Maersk
Ex-officio Liaison
Kirsten Selinger,
Economic Officer,
U.S. Embassy
Observer
Bjarke Frederiksen,
Head of Commercial
Section,
U.S. Embassy
Message from the eXECutive Director
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This past year, AmCham delivered
one of the strongest programs of
value-added events in its history,
and made significant progress
in the development of our Voice
For International Business. No
other non-governmental business
organization in Denmark has
this niche focus, which makes
us unique and relevant for key
decision makers. This publication
is rich with examples of the access
and accomplishments that took
place during 2012.
2012 provided us with several
opportunities to engage key
ministers, including Margrethe
Vestager, Nick Hækkerup, Astrid
Krag and Holger K. Nielsen. In
May, AmCham partnered with
Dansk Industri for the launch of
‘Green Partnerships for Growth’
with Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton and Prime Minister Helle
Thorning-Schmidt. A follow-up
event in October featured Minister
Martin Lidegaard.
Our policy agenda continued to set
focus on the important role played
by multinational enterprises,
the need for a national talent
strategy and the importance of
creating a competitive, stable and
predictable investment climate in
Denmark.
I hope you find this 2013 Yearbook
& Membership Directory to be a
relevant and informative resource for
your business. My personal thanks to
our sponsors for making this annual
publication a reality.
In the fall, our policy platform
was further enhanced with the
release of AmCham’s ‘2012
Business Barometer’ and our
Healthcare Committee’s report
on ‘The Benefits of a Healthy
Workforce.’ These reports formed
the framework for a successful
Foreign Investor Summit with
Minister Pia Olsen Dyhr.
We rounded out a highly
successful year during the
the much anticipated U.S.
Presidential Election, partnering
with TV2 for an Election Night
Party and participating in the U.S.
Embassy’s Election Breakfast.
Stephen Brugger
Executive Director
AmCham
Denmark’s
office by the
Copenhagen
Harbor
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“No other non-governmental business organization
in Denmark has this niche focus, which makes us
unique and relevant for key decision makers.”
Mary Sandberg
Communications
Assistant
Therese Oliver
Events and Member
Services Manager
Ole Schmidt
Policy and
Communications
Manager
Lisbeth Metasch
Administrative
Assistant
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2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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AmCham’s mission is to provide
a business, social and policy
forum for its members, while
advocating for a competitive
business climate in Denmark.
2012
YEAR IN REVIEW | Events & Milestones
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January
Health Care Ministry Briefing
with Per Okkels
AmCham’s Healthcare
Committee met with the
Healthcare Ministry’s
Permanent Secretary,
Per Okkels, in a dialogue
surrounding future
cooperation.
New York Giants in a classic
east-coast rivalry.
challenges and his priorities
for the Danish military.
Global Business Conference
in Washington DC.
Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton hosts AmCham
representatives for a
discussion on global business
initiatives.
Board Roundtable and
Patron Member Reception
AmCham Denmark Patron
Members gathered at
Rydhave with guest of
honor, Margrethe Vestager.
Ahead of the reception,
Minister Vestager joined the
AmCham board of directors
for a roundtable discussion
focusing on competitiveness
and international
investments.
Executive Forum: Heritage
Foundation Shares Economic
Freedom Index Findings
In a partnership with DABF
and the British Chamber,
AmCham hosted an event
at the Marriott featuring
Heritage Foundation’s James
Roberts, who shared the 2012
Index of Economic Freedom.
Business After Hours:
‘The Case for Investing in
Denmark’
AmCham and Copenhagen
Capacity joined forces to
discuss how some companies
have found ways to beat
out India and China and
retain operations and jobs in
Denmark.
February
Super Bowl XLVI
American Football fans
gathered at Crowne Plaza
Copenhagen Towers for
the live broadcast of Super
Bowl XLVI to watch the New
England Patriots take on the
March
Meet the Leaders with
Danish Defense Minister
Nick Hækkerup
Danish Minister of Defense
Nick Hækkerup met with
more than 75 AmCham
Denmark members
and defense industry
representatives to share his
views on today’s security
Annual General Meeting
and Transatlantic Business
Roundtable.
AmCham Denmark reviewed
its business plan to pave the
way for a successful 2012 at
the AGM, which preceded
the Transatlantic Business
Roundtable with special
guest, the U.S. Ambassador
to the EU, William Kennard.
Novozymes was recognized
as 2012 Transatlantic
Company of the Year.
April
Executive Forum: How to
Increase Competitiveness in
a Global Marketplace
AmCham Denmark members
gathered at the Radisson Blu
Royal Hotel for an executive
leadership session with Dale
Carnegie Training’s CEO, Peter
Handal.
2012 Executive Seminars in
Analytical Chemistry (ESAC)
More than 250 researchers,
chemists, suppliers and industry
experts gathered at the Scandic
Copenhagen Hotel for the 12th
annual Executive Seminars in
Analytical Chemistry (ESAC 2012).
AmCham Membership 101
Seminar and TGIF Reception
New AmCham members met at
AmCham’s offices to get a crash
course on how to capitalize on
AmCham membership benefits.
May
Meet the Leaders with
Healthcare Minister Astrid Krag
Danish Healthcare Minister
Astrid Krag met with AmCham
members to discuss her vision
for the future of the Danish
healthcare system.
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Meet the Leaders with
Kaiser Permanente CEO,
George Halvorson
In connection with e-Health
Week, Kaiser Permanente’s
Chairman and CEO, George
Halvorson, discussed IT and
Connected Healthcare.
Executive Forum:
The Future of Data Privacy
AmCham Denmark teamed
up with the U.S. Embassy’s
Commercial Service for an
informational seminar on
the future of data privacy in
Europe.
Launch of Green Partnerships
for Growth (GPG)
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton and Danish Prime
Minister Helle ThorningSchmidt launch new publicprivate cooperation in the
area of green technology.
June
Roundtable with Director
of Danish Agency for Labor
Retention & International
Recruitment
AmCham’s HR Committee
met with Jakob Jensen to
discuss opportunities for
cooperation.
from the worlds of politics,
diplomacy, business, culture
and education joined the
celebration.
sector leaders who share
their thoughts and concerns
about the future of foreign
investment in Denmark.
Business After Hours:
Innovation into the Future
with Better Place
AmCham Patron member
Better Place Denmark hosted
a Business After Hours event
on the topic of innovation.
Participants gathered
at Better Place’s stylish
showroom in Hellerup.
August
Team UPS Wins 2012
AmCham Cup
The annual AmCham Cup Golf
Tournament was held at the
exclusive Simon’s Golf Club
in Humlebæk, with Crowne
Plaza Copenhagen Towers as
the event’s main sponsor.
AmCham Board Meeting
with guest speaker Claus
Hjort Frederiksen
California Wine Institute
Delivers on Summer Promise
The California Wine Institute
and AmCham teamed up to
deliver a fantastic afternoon
of networking and wonderful
California wines at the U.S.
Embassy.
2012 Independence Day
Celebration at Rydhave
Ambassador Laurie S.
Fulton graciously opened
her home in celebration of
American Independence.
More than 1,600 guests
The Practicalities of
University Studies in the
U.S.A.
AmCham and Fulbright
partnered to deliver a U.S.
Study Seminar hosted by the
U.S. Embassy.
September
Foreign Investor Summit
with Minister of Trade and
Investment Pia Olsen Dyhr
AmCham partnered with
Invest in Denmark on its
2012 Foreign Investor
Summit, which is an annual
forum of private and public
October
AmCham’s Fall Member
Reception and Foreign
Company of the Year
An independent jury
recognized McDonald’s
Denmark for demonstrating
innovation and growth in a
mature market while actively
investing in its employees.
The reception, which was
held at Copenhagen’s Town
Hall (Rådhuset), was hosted
by Lord Mayor Frank Jensen.
Green Partnerships for
Growth Event with Minister
Martin Lidegaard
In an event co-organized
by Dansk Industri, the U.S.
Embassy and AmCham, more
than 100 business leaders
and stakeholders gathered at
YEAR IN REVIEW | Events & Milestones
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Dong Energy’s headquarters
in Gentofte to share ideas
and best practices on energy
efficiency.
AmCham’s Healthcare
Committee meets with
Growth Team Chairman
AmCham Denmark’s
Healthcare Committee
conducted a roundtable
meeting with Allan
Søgaard Larsen , CEO of
Falck and Chairman of the
Government’s Growth Team.
November
U.S. Election Event in
Partnership with TV2
Danish and American
political enthusiasts,
politicians, business leaders
and students gathered at
TV2’s Studios in Sydhavn to
celebrate the U.S. election
and follow the results.
U.S. Embassy Election
Breakfast Reception
The U.S. Embassy hosted
a post-election breakfast
reception at the Copenhagen
Marriott, which was attended
by more than 500 diplomats,
politicians and executives.
Expat Leadership Forum
Launch
AmCham’s newest forum
for executives featured
presentations on Danish
culture and discussions about
best practices for leadership
in Denmark (Host: Weber’s
Grilleriet).
Family Thanksgiving Dinner
AmCham’s 11th Annual
Thanksgiving Dinner was held
at the Marriott Copenhagen
and featured authentic
American Thanksgiving
food and games for the
kids, courtesy of sponsor
Microsoft.
December
Finance Committee
Roundtable with Tax Minister
Holger K. Nielsen
The Roundtable was an
opportunity for AmCham
to present its tax agenda
and hear the minister’s
assessment of the
government’s tax policies.
Post-Election Wrap Up and
Holiday Reception
AmCham members and
partners gathered at the
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
to hear perspectives on the
U.S. Election from experts
including Søren Pind (V).
The holiday reception
featured an American wine
tasting.
High
Lights
✪
ACCESS AmCham Denmark makes it a priority to provide members access to key business and political
leaders. Whether speaking out on behalf of its members, facilitating face-to-face contact, or highlighting the
important contributions international companies make to Denmark, its economy and its ability to compete,
AmCham remains a key voice of our membership.
CONNECTIONS AmCham continues to offer fantastic networking opportunities for our members. Whether
sharing relevant knowledge or gaining relevant experience, members have ample opportunity to network and
connect with other high level executives, diplomats and politicians, in a variety of interesting settings.
SERVICE Servicing our member companies has always been a key priority for AmCham. We continue to offer
great opportunities for members to broadcast their message out to the extensive AmCham network with
targeted marketing opportunities, events and company promotions.
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1
2
1 AmCham’s Meet the Leaders
event with Danish Defense
Minister, Nick Hækkerup
2 New Year’s Reception with
Minister Vestager (from
left): Kim Østrup (AmCham
Chairman); U.S. Ambassador
Laurie S. Fulton; Minister for
the Economy and the Interior,
Margrethe Vestager; Stephen
Brugger (AmCham)
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3
3 AmCham’s 2012
Foreign Investor Summit with Minister for
Trade and Investment,
Pia Olsen Dyhr
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4 Defense Minister
Hækkerup and Ambassador Fulton enjoy the
program at the Meet
the Leaders event
5 2012 Foreign Investor
Summit (from left):
Joe Quinlan (Johns
Hopkins University);
Ambassador Fulton;
Minister Pia Olsen
Dyhr; Stephen Brugger
(AmCham)
5
6
6 AmCham’s Meet
the Leaders with
Danish Healthcare
Minister, Astrid
Krag
Meet the Leaders
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AmCham boasted a strong lineup
of Meet the Leaders sessions,
where our voice was heard across
the political spectrum.
On January 26, AmCham
Denmark’s Patron Members
gathered at Rydhave, the home
of U.S. Ambassador Laurie S.
Fulton, for AmCham’s annual New
Year’s Reception. This year’s guest
of honor was Danish Minister
for Economics and the Interior
Margrethe Vestager, a key player
in the SRSF government. The
more than 90 business leaders
attending this annual New year’s
event were treated to an array of
creative hors d’oeuvres, courtesy
of Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers.
On March 5, Danish Minister of
Defense Nick Hækkerup met with
more than 75 AmCham Denmark
members and defense industry
representatives to share his views
on today’s security challenges
and his priorities for the Danish
military. The meeting was hosted
by the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.
In her brief opening remarks,
U.S. Ambassador Laurie S.
Fulton welcomed the Minister
and underscored the strong
U.S. commitment to Denmark,
saying, “We face global challenges
together. Be assured in these
times of demanding fiscal
restraint, we count on Denmark to
continue to be there as a valuable
ally and partner.”
Minister Hækkerup then took
the podium. The focus of his
speech was the important role
of NATO and global cooperation
on defense. “NATO remains the
cornerstone of Danish security
and defense policy…and continues
to play an important role as a
regional organization with global
responsibilities.”
On May 2, Danish Healthcare
Minister Astrid Krag met
with AmCham members to
discuss her vision for the Danish
healthcare system. Healthcare
industry leaders gathered at the
Copenhagen Marriott for the
session, which was the Minister’s
first opportunity to meet with the
international business community.
AmCham’s Healthcare Committee Chair, Dorthe
Mikkelsen (MSD) set the scene for the Minister
by outlining the healthcare committee’s
priorities. Minister Astrid Krag then took
the podium to explain the priorities of her
ministry, including the Ministerial Committee
for New Business and Growth, which will work
across ministries and focus on areas of Danish
excellence, from healthcare and shipping to
environmental/sustainable solutions and
design.
Finally, at AmCham’s 6th annual Foreign
Investor Summit, AmCham joined forces
with Invest in Denmark, and invited Danish
Minister for Trade and Investment Pia Olsen
Dyhr to participate for the 2nd year in a row.
Minister Dyhr emphasized the government’s
commitment to the business community:
“Denmark is open for business, and we are
working intensively on improving the conditions
for foreign investors.”
Adding to the voice of this event was top U.S.
economist Joseph Quinlan (Senior Fellow at the
Center for Transatlantic Relations/Johns Hopkins
and Chief Market Strategist for Bank of America
Global Wealth Management), who spoke on the
importance of the transatlantic relationship
and encouraged EU and Denmark to focus their
attention away from BRIC and instead on the
true top trading partner, the United States.
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1 ‘The Business Case for Investing
in Denmark’ with partner
Copenhagen Capacity (from left):
Stephen Brugger (AmCham); Hans
Rysgaard (YXLON); Claus Lønborg
(Copenhagen Capacity); Niels
Hermanson (DNP Denmark)
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2 Kaiser Permanente CEO George
Halvorson discusses IT/Connected
Care in connection with e-Health
Week
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3 Innovation into
the Future with
Better Place (from
right): Johnny
Hansen (CEO Better
Place Denmark);
U.S. Ambassador
Laurie S. Fulton
4 Facebook’s
Thomas Myrup
Kristensen (Head
of Public Policy,
Facebook Nordic)
on Data Privacy
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5 Dale Carnegie
Training CEO discusses
‘How to Increase Competitiveness in a Global
Marketplace’ (from
left): Stephen Brugger
(AmCham); Thomas
Dybvad (Dale Carnegie
Denmark); Peter Handal
(Dale Carnegie CEO);
Paula Larrain (Larrain
PR + Communications)
6 Data Privacy Event
speakers (from left):
Penny Naas (UPS); Jens
Teilberg Søndergaard
(Ministry of Justice);
Beryl Blecher (U.S. Mission to the EU); Janni
Christoffersen (Danish
DPA); Nina Nørregaard
(IBM),; Stephen Brugger
(AmCham); Thomas
Myrup Kristensen
(Facebook)
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Knowledge Exchange
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One of AmCham’s goals is to
provide its members with relevant
information directly from the
experts, which is why we conduct
knowledge exchange events on an
ongoing basis throughout the year.
In March, AmCham teamed
up with Copenhagen Capacity on
The Business Case for Investing
in Denmark event. Participants
gathered at Sølyst to discuss
some good news in these less
than ideal economic times. While
many companies are considering
downsizing and outsourcing,
case studies by DNP Denmark
and YXLON found ways to beat
out India and China and retain
operations and jobs here in
Denmark.
In February, The Heritage
Foundation’s James Roberts
shared the 2012 Index of
Economic Freedom at the
Marriott Copenhagen.
In April, AmCham Denmark
members gathered at the
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel for an
executive leadership session on
How to Increase Competitiveness
in a Global Marketplace, with
Dale Carnegie Training’s CEO,
Peter Handal, who talked about
the importance of being able to
adapt to change: “Change drives
innovation, and innovation is what
makes us competitive.”
In connection with e-Health
Week at the Bella Center,
AmCham Denmark, alongside
HIMSS Europe, organized an
exclusive session featuring Kaiser
Permanente’s Chairman and CEO,
George Halvorson. The discussion
focused on the success of
Kaiser’s IT/connected care model
– something from which many
believe the Danish healthcare
system could benefit.
In the Spring, AmCham teamed
up with the U.S. Embassy’s
Commercial Service for an
informational seminar on The
Future of Data Privacy in the
European Union. Nearly 60
participants convened at the U.S.
Embassy to hear several data
privacy experts discuss the new
proposals and their potential
challenges to businesses.
Better Place CEO Johnny Hansen shows U.S.
Ambassador Fulton the features of their Renault EV
“Data privacy is one of the most critical issues in
the U.S./EU trade relationship,” says speaker Beryl
Blecher, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs,
U.S. Mission to the EU, “and it’s important to know
that data privacy impacts businesses in all sectors.”
Stakeholders in Denmark present at the event
included Janni Christoffersen, Director of the
Danish Data Protection Agency and Jens Teilberg
Søndergaard, Head of Constitutional Law at the
Ministry of Justice and Chairman of the EU Council’s
Data Protection Working Group. Business cases were
presented by Facebook, IBM and UPS.
In June, AmCham Patron member Better Place
Denmark hosted a Business After Hours event on
the topic of Innovation into the Future. Participants
gathered at Better Place’s stylish showroom in
Hellerup to hear remarks from U.S. Ambassador
Laurie S. Fulton and Better Place CEO, Johnny Hansen:
“Sustainable transportation for the mass market is
inevitable; it is not ‘if’ but ‘when’.”
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1 Lord Mayor of
Copenhagen, Frank
Jensen, hosts the 2012
Fall Member Reception
and Foreign Company of
the Year at Rådhuset
2 McDonald’s is
recognized as Foreign
Company of the Year.
From left: Stephen A.
Cristina (U.S. Embassy);
Stephen Shillington
(McDonald’s); Sten
Scheibye (DTU Chairman)
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3 Novozymes’ CEO,
Steen Riisgaard makes
his acceptance speech
4 Stephen Shillington,
Managing Director for
McDonald’s Denmark
accepts Foreign
Company of the Year
Award
Novozymes is named as AmCham’s Transatlantic
Company of the Year (from left): Stephen Brugger
(AmCham), Kim Østrup (AmCham Chairman/
IBM), Sten Scheibye (Chairman DTU), Steen
Riisgaard (Novozymes), U.S. Ambassador Fulton
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2012 Business Awards
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Each year, AmCham recognizes business
excellence through two special awards:
Transatlantic Company
of the Year
Foreign Company
of the Year
The Transatlantic Company of the Year
highlights the importance, contributions
and positive impact of Danish companies
actively investing in the United States.
In March, the Danish bio-solution
provider, Novozymes, was named
as AmCham’s Transatlantic
Company of the Year, in
recognition of its strong strategic
partnerships in the U.S.
Finalists included Maersk, Ambu,
Bavarian Nordic, Coloplast, Lego
and Santaris Pharma.
In October, McDonald’s Denmark
was named as AmCham’s 2012
Foreign Company of the Year
for demonstrating innovation
and growth in a mature market,
while actively investing in its
employees. Finalists included
Better Place, Biogen Idec, MSD,
UL International Demko and
Verizon Enterprise Solutions.
The Foreign Company of the Year
recognizes the importance and positive
impact of foreign companies investing
in Denmark.
Prior to the award ceremony,
AmCham conducted a
Transatlantic Business
Roundtable, which featured a
keynote by U.S. Ambassador to
the European Union, William E.
Kennard, who spoke about the
importance of removing trade
barriers to the transatlantic
relationship, which dwarfs every
other economic relationship in
the world.
U.S. Ambasador to the EU William Kennard talks
about the importance of the transatlantic relationship
The award ceremony took place
during AmCham’s Fall Member
Reception, hosted by Lord Mayor
Frank Jensen at Copenhagen
Town Hall’s beautiful “Festsal.”
Stephen A. Cristina, the U.S.
Embassy’s Chargé d’Affaires,
announced the winner before
more than 100 expectant
reception guests.
Opening session at ESAC 2012 (Executive Seminars in Analytical Chemistry)
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ESAC attendee reviews program
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3
One of AmCham’s most
important services to its member
companies is the opportunity
to work together in special
Committees and Task-forces
to address common issues that
directly or indirectly affect their
operations. AmCham committees
drive policy and advocacy,
developing positions that
AmCham can communicate to
key decision makers. Committees
also foster cooperation between
companies, giving members
access to their peers and creating
a forum for developing new
ideas, sharing experiences and,
ultimately, achieving common
goals.
In January, AmCham’s
Healthcare Committee met with
the Healthcare Ministry’s newly
appointed Permanent Secretary,
Per Okkels to discuss the
committee’s healthcare priorities,
including the importance of
utilizing innovative healthcare
solutions and ways to strengthen
Denmark’s unique niche within
clinical trials. The meeting was a
successful dialogue promising a
solutions-oriented cooperation in
the future.
1 AmCham’s Healthcare Committee meets with Allan Søgaard
Jensen, Chairman of Government’s Growth Team on ‘Health and
Welfare Solutions’
2 AmCham’s Healthcare Committee meets with the Healthcare
Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Per Okkels
3 AmCham’s HR Committee meets with Jakob Jensen, Director of the
Danish Agency for Labor Retention and International Recruitment
AmCham Committees
AmCham Finance Committee meets with Tax Minister Holger K. Nielsen
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4 AmCham’s Expat Leadership Forum kicks off at Weber’s Grilleriet
In April, AmCham’s Analytical
Instrument Committee held
their 12th annual Executive
Seminars in Analytical Chemistry
(ESAC 2012). More than 200
researchers, chemists, suppliers
and industry experts gathered
at the Scandic Copenhagen Hotel
to hear the latest developments
within Life Science/Biotech,
Pharmaceutical, Food/
Environment and Clinical/
Forensic applications.
In May, AmCham’s Human
Resources Committee met
with Jakob Jensen, Director of
the Danish Agency for Labor
Retention and International
Recruitment. The meeting
focused on the challenges that
companies face when recruiting
foreign talent into Denmark and
on areas for future cooperation.
In October, AmCham’s
Healthcare Committee met
with Allan Søgaard Larsen,
CEO of Falck and Chair of the
Government’s Growth Team
on ‘Health and Welfare Solutions.’ The
session took place just as the Growth
Team was preparing its recommendations
to the Danish Government.
In late November, AmCham’s newly
created Expat Leadership Forum held
its first meeting at Weber’s Grilleriet
in Frihavn. The forum consists of top
level executives and managers across all
sectors, who come together to share their
perspectives and best practices in order
to find ways to lead efficiently. This initial
session was focused on understanding
the Danish culture and sharing ideas
for becoming a more effective leader in
Denmark.
In December, AmCham’s Finance
Committee and Board met with newly
Appointed Danish Tax Minister Holger K.
Nielsen to discuss its overall policy agenda
as well as the government’s recent tax
initiatives. Top on AmCham’s agenda was
the growing investment gap, the key role
of multinational companies to the Danish
economy and the importance of ensuring
a stable and predictable corporate tax
environment for companies investing in
Denmark.
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1 Danish Minister
for Climate, Energy
and Building, Martin
Lidegaard
2 Green Partnerships for
Growth at host Dong
Energy’s facilities(from
left): U.S. Ambassador
Laurie S. Fulton; Minister Martin Lidegaard,
Tine Roed (DI); Henrik
Poulsen (DONG Energy);
and AmCham Treasurer,
Allan Agerholm (Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers)
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3 Panel discussion (from left): Brian
Moran (Boeing); Peter Randow (SolarDrive); Bjarke Ingels (BIG); Peter C. Brun
(Vestas Wind Systems)
4 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton greets Chairman of the
Parliament, Mogens Lykketoft (Photo
by Hasse Ferrold)
5 Green Partnerships for Growth Launch (from left): Environment Minister
Ida Auken; Climate Minister Martin Lidegaard; Stephen Brugger (AmCham);
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton;
Danish Prime Minister Helle ThorningSchmidt; Karsten Dybvad (DI); Business
and Growth Minister Ole Sohn; Mogens
Lykketoft (Chairman of the Parliament) (Photo by Hasse Ferrold)
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Green Partnerships for Growth
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In May, more than 220 politicians
and business leaders gathered at
the Danish Parliament for the launch
of Green Partnerships for Growth
(GPG) by U.S. Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton and Danish Prime
Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
This bilateral initiative builds
on the success of previous Green
Partnership events in 2010 and
2011, but takes the initiative
further to the two nations’ public
sectors as well as private sectors.
GPG includes the U.S. Embassy,
The Confederation of Danish
Industry (DI) and AmCham, along
with other partners, to facilitate a
series of structured events aimed
at connecting the public sectors in
the U.S. and Denmark - with the
experience, knowledge, products
and services of green growth
companies in both countries.
Already in October, more than 100
business leaders and stakeholders
gathered at Dong Energy’s headquarters in Gentofte for a second
GPG event, which focused on sharing
ideas and best practices for energy
efficiency and how companies and
governments can work together to
meet the goals of the future.
In introductory remarks, U.S.
Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton spoke
about the background for Green
Partnerships, as well as President
Obama’s “Blueprint for a Secure
Energy Future” and the many
green initiatives led by the U.S.
government.
In a keynote address, Danish
Minister for Climate, Energy
and Building Martin Lidegaard
explained how energy efficiency
is at the core of the government’s
energy and climate policy.
A second session featured
business leaders from GE, Mærsk,
3M, United Technologies and
Danfoss, who shared their
successful experiences in the
business of going green.
The conference was rounded out
by Graham Pugh, from the U.S.
Department of Energy, and David
Gilford, from the New York City
Economic Development Corp., who
talked in depth about many of the
initiatives that are underway in the
U.S.
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2
1 Marie Mønsted,
Executive Director of
Fulbright Denmark,
on how to study at
University in the U.S.
2 Fulbright’s Ander’s
Folkemann explains
the University system
in the U.S.
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U.S. Study Seminar at the U.S. Embassy
(from left): Colleen Traughberg (U.S.
Embassy Consular Officer); Stephen Brugger
(AmCham); Marie Mønsted (Fulbright/
DAF); Anders Folkemann (Fulbright/DAF);
Vibeke Musgrave (U.S. Embassy Public
Affairs); Anne Berg Villumsen (AmChamFulbright student at U.C. Berkeley)
U.S. Study Seminar
In August, AmCham, the U.S. Embassy and the Fulbright Commission partnered on an event about the practicalities of choosing
and applying for university study in the U.S. With more than 4,500 colleges and universities in the United States, people need to
know where to turn for answers.
Marie Mønsted, Executive Director for the Fulbright Commission in Denmark, shared information about the services they offer.
“Our motto is, ‘We Make it Happen,’ and we do. We send kids off to the U.S. every day,” said Mønsted.
Colleen Traughber, from the U.S. Embassy’s Consular Division, and head of the non-immigrant visa department, shed some
light on the student visa process, and AmCham-Fulbright student, Anne Berg Villumsen, who is just starting her second year of
graduate school at U.C. Berkeley, shared insights on studying and living in the U.S., based on her own personal experiences.
www.wemakeithappen.dk
AmCham’s Education and Integration Fund
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As the leading representative of international business in Denmark, AmCham bears the responsibility of not only speaking out on
issues that affect its members, but also contributing to effective, long term solutions to these issues. It is our belief that two of
the biggest challenges facing Denmark lie within the areas of Education and Integration. Therefore, on the occasion of AmCham
Denmark’s 10th Anniversary Celebration (May 2009), the Board of Directors established an Education and Integration Fund for
initiatives enhancing Denmark’s competitiveness in terms of attaining foreign investments and a sustainable, quality workforce.
The fund has resulted in a cooperation between AmCham Denmark and the Fulbright Commission, which AmCham continued in
2012 by selecting two beneficiaries: Renee Cooper and Vincent Rosenbaum Appel.
Renee Cooper
Renee Cooper is a Professor at the
Fashion Institute of Technology
in the Fashion Merchandising
Management Department. She is
also Assistant Chairperson of the
department and has been a member
of the faculty since 2000. She holds
a Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Administration, as well as a degree
in Global Fashion Management.
While teaching at KEA
Copenhagen in Spring 2013,
her objective is to deliver her
students best practice business
trends regarding technology
implementation, the impact of
social media, strategic management
techniques, customer relationship
management and preparation for
entrepreneurial ventures.
Vincent Rosenbaum Appel
Vincent Appel is a student at
Copenhagen University, working on
a Master’s degree in Bioinformatics
in the Department of Biology. He
currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in
Nano Science. Vincent has dreamed of
studying abroad since high school, and
is thrilled to have been accepted into
UC Berkeley as a graduate student as a
part of the University of Copenhagen’s
exchange program. He was attracted to
Bioinformatics because of his fascination
with cell and evolutionary biology.
The course in Bioinformatics at
Berkeley is structured around medium
sized projects in which students apply
their knowledge to genuine issues in
collaboration with a team of scientists.
The U.S. Embassy’s Election Breakfast (from left): Mogens Lykketoft
(Chairman of the Parliament); U.S. Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton; Henning
Dyrmose (Former Minister of Finance); Villy Sovndal (Foreign Minister)
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Maersk’s Anders Würtzen gets in the spirit of the U.S. election
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2
1 Lykke Friis (Former
Climate Minister)
and Stephen Brugger
(AmCham) enjoy the
festivities
2 (From left): Martin
Krasnik (journalist) with Mogens
Lykketoft and Uffe
Ellemann- Jensen
3 A happy U.S.
Ambassador takes
to the podium at the
election breakfast
2012 featured the highly
anticipated U.S. Presidential
Election. AmCham partnered
on several events in
Copenhagen to ensure that
expectant members could
get an up-close and personal
experience of American
politics from afar.
Election Night Party
A sell-out crowd of Danish-American
political enthusiasts, politicians, business
leaders and students gathered at TV2’s
Studios in Sydhavn to celebrate the U.S.
election and follow the results in real-time.
To accommodate this all-night event,
TV2 had transformed their Copenhagen
headquarters into an election central,
where they broadcast live election coverage
and interviews throughout the night.
Participants were treated to a variety of
classic American food and drink favorites
provided by Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers, including Budweiser, Jack Daniels and
Ben & Jerry’s. The California Wine Institute
provided a wine tasting, where guests could
sample some of the region’s finest wines.
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U.S. Presidential Election
Singer Caroline Henderson entertains the crowd at the TV2 Election Party
Post-Election Breakfast Reception
The following morning, the U.S.
Embassy hosted a post-election
breakfast reception at the
Copenhagen Marriott. More than
500 diplomats, executives, Danish
government officials, and a large
cross-section of Danish political party
leaders and members of parliament
were in attendance.
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4 AmCham’s
Post Election
Wrap-Up speakers
(from left):
Stephen Brugger
(AmCham), Poul
Erik Skammelsen
(TV2); R. Spencer
Oliver (OSCE
Parliamentary
Assembly); Søren
Eltorp (Iron
Mountain); Søren
Pind (MP)
5 U.S.
Ambassador
Laurie Fulton
speaks with
former Danish
Prime Minister
Lars Løkke
Rasmussen
Post-Election Wrap-Up
AmCham Denmark and the U.S.
Embassy’s Commercial Service
teamed up for this annual holiday
reception at the Hilton Copenhagen
Airport, sponsored by Iron
Mountain. This event enlightened
guests with fascinating insight
into the recent U.S. Election and its
potential implications.
The event featured U.S. Political
Experts Poul Erik Skammelsen
(TV2 Reporter), Søren Pind (MP for
Venstre), Torsten Jansen (Public
Affairs Executive) and Spencer
Oliver (OSCE Parliamentary
Assembly).
Following the session, members
and partners enjoyed a festive
holiday reception featuring
delicacies from The Hilton
Copenhagen Airport, as well as an
American wine tasting, courtesy
of Copenhagen Wine (Tom
Henriksen) and American Wine
(Keld Johnsen and the Diplomat).
This event was proof positive
that the U.S. is a diverse and
dynamic country, both in terms of
its politics - and its wine.
Ronald McDonald and Friends
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Presentation of the Turkey with Microsoft sponsors and U.S. Ambassador Fulton
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2
3
1 Participants at the
2012 AmCham Cup Golf
Tournament
2 Super Bowl festivities at
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers (from left): Claus
Elming; Allan Agerholm
(Crowne Plaza); Jesper Elming;
Stephen Brugger (AmCham)
3 A beautiful day at Simon’s
Golf in Kvistgård
Iceland Air’s Sigga
Svensdottir entices
golf participants to
enter a contest to win
two airline tickets to
the U.S. courtesy of
Iceland Air
Keld Johnsen (American Wine) pours California wine
samples at AmCham’s Summer Wine Tasting event
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Networking at AmCham Flagship Events
Super Bowl
American Football fans gathered at Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers for the live broadcast of
Super Bowl 46, the championship game of the National Football League (NFL). This Super Bowl
match-up featured the New England Patriots vs. the New York Giants in a classic east-coast rivalry.
Display of the colors on 2012 U.S.
Independence Day at Rydhave
Wine tasting
In June, the California Wine Institute and AmCham teamed up to host a fantastic afternoon of
networking and extraordinary California Wines at the U.S. Embassy.
Independence day 2012 (note: all Independence Day photos are courtesy of Omar Ingerslev)
On June 29, Ambassador Fulton hosted more than 1500 friends from the worlds of politics,
diplomacy, business, education and culture at her residence, Rydhave, to celebrate America’s
Independence. Guests enjoyed a wonderful afternoon reception, featuring food and beverages from
generous sponsors.
Ambassador Fulton speaks at the
U.S. Independence Day celebration
Golf
AmCham’s Annual Golf Tournament is held every year in August at Simon’s Golf Club in Humlebæk,
with Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers as the event sponsor. This year, approximately 120 players
from Denmark’s international business community came together to compete for the AmCham Cup
and some fantastic prizes, including round trip tickets to the U.S., courtesy of Iceland Air.
Thanksgiving
AmCham’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner is a consistent sellout, hosting a cross-section of the
international business community and their families. This year, the authentic Thanksgiving Dinner
was prepared to perfection by the Copenhagen Marriott’s chef, and event sponsors Microsoft and
Microsoft Development Center provided hours of entertainment for the kids with the Xbox360 Kinect.
Independence Day event at
the Ambassador’s beautiful
residence, Rydhave
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Microsoft sponsors AmCham’s 2012 Family Thanksgiving at the Marriott Copenhagen
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
is the annual sponsor of the
AmCham Cup Golf Tournament
Lucky winner of round trip tickets to the US, courtesy of Air France - KLM.
Event
Sponsors:
Sponsor Budweiser contributes to many AmCham events each year
Advertising & Sponsorship
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2013 package sponsors:
Advertising with AmCham
AmCham Denmark offers a range of
targeted and cost-effective advertising
solutions to ensure that our member
companies stay visible.
Bundled Advertising Packages are
available to those members who want
to take full advantage of AmCham’s
great network by utilizing advertising
on our website, in our newsletters or in
our yearbook – or a combination of these
options – to get their message out.
One of the best opportunities for high
quality profiling is with Event Sponsorship.
AmCham is pleased to highlight some
of its most steadfast sponsors, whose
commitment and creativity continue to
inspire us.
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Special
✪
Section
Denmark – The Perfect Choice for Business
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Rønne & Lundgren is one of Denmark’s leading law firms. Assisting foreign enterprises in
expanding or acquiring business in Denmark is one of our core competencies. rl.dk
Copenhagen Capacity is the Danish Capital City region’s organization for investment
promotion, business development and cluster growth. copcap.com
Invest in Denmark is part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and provides your
company with a tailor-made solution for locating your business in Denmark. investindk.com
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Why choose Denmark as your business location?
You will benefit from Scandinavia’s largest
recruitment base of highly skilled employees,
competitive salaries, and Europe’s most flexible
labor market, allowing companies to scale up and
down to specific business needs. We also offer the
cheapest office rental prices of all major cities in
Scandinavia as well as a number of highly specialized
industries within various sectors.
Benefit from ideal framework conditions on top of
persuasive commercial arguments.
The Wall Street Journal
...has ranked Denmark as the number one country
in the world to start a new business.
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Easy to establish
– easy to do business
Flexible labor law
– easy to scale headcounts
A company can be incorporated online within
a few hours. No Danish residence requirement
applies for registered management, allowing
foreign management to maintain complete
control, and no local shareholder requirement
applies.
Denmark offers the most flexible hiring and
firing in Europe. Accordingly, scaling up and down
is very cost-efficient and easy. Generally, no
restrictions apply in relation to firing approvals
from unions, ‘last in, first out’, or other obstacles
in case a company has to scale down.
A unique tax rule
– perfect for a European expansion
Social security payment
– virtually none
In most other countries, expansion through
branches leads to double taxation. However,
according to a unique Danish tax rule, income
deriving from foreign branches of a Danish
company is generally not taxed in Denmark.
Saving costs and administration by avoiding
double tax challenges makes Denmark an
attractive location for regional headquarters.
Competitive corporate tax
– proposed reduction to 22%
The Danish government has presented
an ambitious reform to improve Danish
competiveness even further. Reducing the
corporate tax rate over a 3-year period is part
hereof. Structuring the Danish company as
a profit centre will often result in global tax
savings.
As part of the world-famous Danish flexicurity
model, the employer only pays social security
corresponding to EUR 1,350 per employee per
year. The employer in Denmark, as opposed
to most other European countries, pays no
additional social security payment on top of
the salary.
Even more benefits
– unlimited talent
Denmark offers a number of other advantages
such as fasttrack work permits for non-EU
employees, expat taxation of only 26% for five
years, and a number of other benefits that may
be advantageous for your business.
GSK Danmark
“Despite the economic turmoil and financial crisis, we sustained our level of clinical
trial investments in Denmark - a decision different from elsewhere in the world. To
GlaxoSmithKline, it’s evident that Denmark holds a significant position – we acknowledge
your high standards on pharma and biotech science.”
Birgit-Yvonne Reimann, General Manager
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Life science:
Turning academic knowledge
into business
Medicon Valley is one of Europe’s most important
life science clusters. It is an international
example of how to successfully turn academic
knowledge into commercial business. Medicon
Valley consists of a dense network of universities,
hospitals and companies working within medical
technology, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals,
with a large focus on research and development.
Strongholds include: neuroscience, cancer,
diabetes and metabolic diseases, inflammation,
infectious diseases, and allergy and autoimmune
diseases.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)
...has ranked Denmark as the most advantageous country to invest in.
Microsoft Development Center Denmark
“A key advantage of being based in Denmark is the easy access to really strong talent in the
engineering area. Talents, who think about customer needs and how to build applications
that meet those needs. We have 600 employees working on site and about one third of our
employees has another nationality than Danish and represents 40 different nationalities.”
Charlotte Mark, CEO
This quote is an excerpt from a case video with Microsoft, available at www.investindk.com
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ICT:
A country with a world-class
IT infrastructure
Denmark is a frontrunner within Information and
Communications Technology (ICT) and a prime
location for international companies looking
to expand their business. Not only is Denmark
praised as the best test market in the world, it
also has world-class IT infrastructure with some
of the world’s highest ICT penetration rates for
mobiles, broadband and PCs. Danish research
institutions are among the most well-renowned
in the world when it comes to areas related
to wireless and mobile technology, software
development and acoustics.
The World Bank
. ..has ranked Denmark top among all European
countries in their Ease of Doing Business Index.
Siemens Wind Power
“One important reason why Siemens will continue to stay in Denmark is that we see the
advantages of the Danes’ high level of productivity and talent. In Denmark we are always
able to recruit resourceful people with extensive knowledge and a high education level.”
Jens-Peter Saul, CEO
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Cleantech:
Denmark is a frontrunner
Despite being a small country, Denmark is a world
leader in cleantech. Denmark has gone from being
99 per cent dependent on foreign fossil fuel to a
completely energy self-sufficient country.
Almost 40 years of ambitious energy policy
targets have catapulted Denmark ahead of most
other nations in the use of renewable energy
technology. Denmark has taken the lead position
in sustainable energies, including wind, wave,
solar, bioenergy, and geothermal energy.
Protection of the environment is a major industry
and focus area in Denmark. Knowledge and
opportunities are vast within water, wastewater,
air purification, sustainable building materials,
waste incineration and recycling.
EIU’s Global Talent Index
...considers Denmark Europe’s biggest talent hotspot.
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Regional
Headquarters
An increasing number of companies are saving costs
by covering the Nordic, Baltic or European region from
Denmark. With Scandinavia’s airport hub located in
Copenhagen, and excellent port, railway and road
connections, Denmark offers the best infrastructure for
your regional headquarters.
3,400 international companies
– including Shell, Biogen Idec, Intel, Microsoft, Siemens
Windpower and IBM – have all placed their regional
headquarters, research and development, shared services
centres or distribution activities in Denmark.
This presentation of Danish strongholds is brought to you by Rønne & Lundgren
in cooperation with Invest In Denmark and Copenhagen Capacity:
investindk.com
copcap.com
rl.dk
Ulrik Fleischer-Michaelsen, [email protected], direct +45 3525 2937
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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 event organization
and company promotions, AmCham makes our members’ needs a priority.
It’s a good business decision that will add value to your organization.
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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
Not eligible to serve on
Board of Directors
Eligible to chair committees
Eligible to chair committees
Eligible to participate on 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)
Non-voting Membership
All companies with fewer than
15 employees, associations,
NGOs, and travel & tourism sector
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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 |
260 Companies
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3M
A.P. Møller - Maersk
AB Sciex
AbbVie
ABS Europe Limited
Accenture
AdvanDx
Afatek
AG5 Architects
Agilent Technologies
AIG Europe
Air France - KLM Group
Alfa Quality Moving
Alumni
American Aviation Data, Inc.
American Express Business Travel
American-Danish Business Council
Ametek Denmark
Amgen AB
Amrop
Amway
Andersen & Martini
AON
Aspire Mobility
AT&T Global Network Services
Atlantic Services
AVT Business School
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund
Bain & Company
Bavarian Nordic
Baxter
Bayer
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Ben & Jerry’s
Bentley Scandinavia
Berlitz Language Services
Best Western International
Better Place
Biogen Idec Manufacturing
BK Medical
Blockbuster Video
Blue Nordic
Bondo & Schultz
Booz & Company
Brinch & Partners
Brink Serviced Offices
Bristol-Myers Squibb
British Airways
Bruker Daltonics Scandinavia AB
Brødrene Hartmann
Burson-Marsteller
Camilla Jacobs Marketing
Cardiac Science
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Chevron
CHUBB Insurance Company
Cisco
Citco
Citi
CNA
Coca-Cola Nordic Service
Colgate-Palmolive
Coloplast
Confederation of
Danish Industry (DI)
Cook Medical
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Capacity
Copenhagen Film Company
Copenhagen Group
Copenhagen Institute for
Futures Studies
Copenhagen International School
Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Copenhagen Wine
CorpNordic
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
CSC
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen
D.J. Shields
Dale Carnegie Training
Danfoss
Danish American Football
Federation (DAFF)
Danish Society for Education and
Business (DSEB)
Dansk Erhverv
Danske Bank
Dansk-Tysk Handelskammer
DEA
Delacour Dania
Dell
Deloitte
Diplomat Restaurant
Direct Selling Association of Denmark
DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad
Dong Energy
DPA Microphones
DuPont
EDU Danmark
Eli Lilly
Ernst & Young
Facebook
Falck Schmidt Defence Systems
FLSmidth
FranklinCovey - Nordic Approach
GE Healthcare Europe GmbH
GE Money Bank
General Reinsurance
Genzyme
Getty Images
GHDsign
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma
Google
Gorrissen Federspiel
Graduateland
Grontmij
Grundfos
H. Lundbeck
Haldor Topsøe
Hard Rock Cafe, Copenhagen
Hartmanns Outsourcing
Heidrick & Struggles
Hess
Hewlett-Packard
Hill + Knowlton Strategies
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Hjort & Frøik
Hobart Scandinavia
Honeywell
HORESTA
Horten Law Firm
Hotel Maritime
hpc.danmark
Huset Mandag Morgen
IBM
Icelandair
IDG
IHS
Institute For People & Culture
Intel Corporation
International Herald Tribune
Invest in Denmark
Patron · Corporate · Associate
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Iron Mountain
J. Lauritzen
J. P. Morgan Europe
Janssen-Cilag
JMJ Associates
Johnson Controls
Jyske Bank
Jyske Global Asset Management
Kelly Services
Konica Minolta
Korn/Ferry International
KPMG
Kraft and Partners
KristiansenUlveman
Kromann Reumert
LETT Law Firm
Lion & Dolphin
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Mannov
Manpower
MAQS Law Firm
Mars
Marsh
Martensen Wright Law Firm
Martensen Wright PC
McDonald’s
McKinsey & Company
Medicon Valley Alliance
Medtronic
Microsoft
Microsoft Development Center
Moltkes Palæ
Monster Worldwide Scandinavia AB
Motorola Solutions
MSD
National Instruments
NCF - Nordic Corporate Finance
Netop
NLP World
NNE Pharmaplan
NNIT
Nordea Bank Denmark
Norrbom Vinding
Novartis Healthcare
Novasol
Novo
Novo Nordisk
Novozymes
Nykredit
Nypro
Oracle
PensionDanmark
PerkinElmer Inc
Personale-Service
PFA Pension
Pfizer
Philips
Premiere Global Services
PrimeTime Communication
Procter & Gamble
Profiles International
PwC
Radiometer
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
RAE Systems Europe
Rambøll
Raytheon International Inc.
Recall
Regus Business Centre
Riis Cycling
RiskPoint
Roche
Roger Moore Consult
Rud Pedersen
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
Sanofi-aventis
Santaris Pharma
SAS - Scandinavian Airlines
SAS Institute
Scandic Copenhagen
Sealed Air (Cryovac/Diversey)
SEB - Skandinaviska Enskilda
Banken AB
Settwell Relocation
Shell
Shipco Transport Holding
Spamfighter
Stakemann Law Firm
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Struers
Sun Chemical
SvendHjort Agencies
Sypris Europe
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
T. Rowe Price
TDC
TEAM Relocations
Terma
The Boeing Company
The Copenhagen Post
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Todd Verwers Architects
Toms Gruppen
Topdanmark Forsikring
UL International Demko
UPS
Varian Medical Systems
Velux
Verizon
Vestas Wind Systems
Vinge KB
Virksomhedsskolen
Warner Music
Waters
Weibel Scientific
WMAN
Woer | Gregorius
Wonderful Copenhagen
World Jet Trading
Xerox
Zealand Pharma
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Automotive
Andersen & Martini
Better Place
Banking/Finance/Insurance
AIG Europe
AON
CHUBB Insurance Company
Citi
CNA Insurance
Company Limited
Cunningham Lindsey
Leif Hansen
Danske Bank
GE Money Bank
General Reinsurance
J. P. Morgan Europe
Jyske Bank
Jyske Global Asset
Management
Marsh
NCF - Nordic Corporate
Finance
Nordea Bank Denmark
Novo
Nykredit
PensionDanmark
PFA Pension
RiskPoint
SEB - Skandinaviska
Enskilda Banken AB
T. Rowe Price
Topdanmark Forsikring
World Jet Trading
Biotechnology
Amgen AB
Biogen Idec
Manufacturing
Genzyme
Novozymes
Santaris Pharma
Building & Construction
Afatek
AG5 Architects
FLSmidth
Grontmij
hpc.danmark
Rambøll
Todd Verwers Architects
Velux
Business Services:
Accounting & Financial
Blue Nordic
Citco
CorpNordic Denmark
Deloitte
Ernst & Young
Hartmanns Outsourcing
KPMG
PwC
Business Services:
Advertising/PR/
Communication
Burson-Marsteller
D.J. Shields
Hill + Knowlton Strategies
Mannov
PrimeTime Communication
KristiansenUlveman
Rud Pedersen
Business Services:
Employment/Executive
Search
Alumni
Amrop
Bondo & Schultz
Brinch & Partners
Heidrick & Struggles
Kelly Services
Korn/Ferry International
Manpower
Monster Worldwide
Scandinavia AB
Personale-Service
Profiles International
Business Services: Legal
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Delacour Dania
Gorrissen Federspiel
Horten Law Firm
Kromann Reumert
LETT Law Firm
MAQS Law Firm
Martensen Wright
Law Firm
Martensen Wright PC
Norrbom Vinding
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
Stakemann Law Firm
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Vinge KB
Business Services:
Management Consultants
Accenture
Bain & Company
Booz & Company
Copenhagen Institute
For Future Studies
Copenhagen Group
FranklinCovey
- Nordic Approach
Hjort & Frøik
JMJ Associates
Kraft and Partners
McKinsey & Company
Roger Moore Consult
SAS Institute
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Business Services: Office
Systems/Management
Iron Mountain
Konica Minolta
Recall
Xerox
Consumer Goods & Services
3M
Amway
Coca-Cola Nordic
Services
Colgate-Palmolive
Lion & Dolphin
Mars
Procter & Gamble
Toms Gruppen
Warner Music
WMAN
Defense
Atlantic Services
Falck Schmidt Defence
Systems
Lockheed Martin
Aeronautics Company
RAE Systems Europe
Raytheon International Inc.
SvendHjort Agencies
Sypris Europe
Terma
The Boeing Company
Distribution/Logistics
A.P. Møller - Maersk
ABS Europe Limited
Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
J. Lauritzen
Shipco Transport Holding
UPS
Energy/Oil & Gas
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund
Chevron
Dong Energy
Hess
Shell
Vestas Wind Systems
Education/Training
AVT Business School
Berlitz Language Services
Scandinavia
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen International
School
Dale Carnegie Training
Denmark – Masterclass
Danish Society For Education
and Business (DSEB)
DEA
DIS - Danish Institute
for Study Abroad
EDU Danmark
Graduateland
Institute For People &
Culture
NLP World
Premiere Global Services
Virksomhedsskolen
Facility Management/
Security & Safety
Brink Serviced Offices
Regus Business Centre
Healthcare: Medical
Equipment & Instruments
AB Sciex
AdvanDx
Agilent Technologies
Baxter
BK Medical
Bruker Daltonics
Scandinavia AB
Cardiac Science
Coloplast
Cook Medical
GE Healthcare Europe GmbH
Medtronic
NNE Pharmaplan
PerkinElmer Inc.
Philips
Radiometer
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Varian Medical Systems
Waters
Healthcare: Pharmaceuticals
AbbVie
Bavarian Nordic
Bayer
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Eli Lilly
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma
H. Lundbeck
Janssen-Cilag
MSD
Novartis Healthcare
Novo Nordisk
Pfizer
Roche
Sanofi-aventis
Zealand Pharma
Hospitality/Restaurant/
Food Service
Ben & Jerry’s
Best Western International
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Copenhagen Wine
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen
Towers
Diplomat Restaurant
Hard Rock Cafe, Copenhagen
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
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Hobart Scandinavia
Hotel Maritime
McDonald’s
Moltkes Palæ
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Scandic Copenhagen
IT/Computers: Hardware,
Software & Consulting
American Aviation Data, Inc.
Bentley Scandinavia
Cisco
CSC
Dell
Facebook
GHDsign
Google
Hewlett-Packard
IBM
IHS
Intel
Microsoft
Netop
NNIT
Oracle
Spamfighter
Tata Consultancy
Services (TCS)
Manufacturing/Industrial
Automation
Ametek
Brødrene Hartmann
Danfoss
DuPont
Grundfos
Haldor Topsøe
Honeywell
Johnson Controls
National Instruments
Nypro
Sealed Air
(Cryovac/Diversey)
Struers
Sun Chemical
Weibel Scientific
Media/Entertainment/
Publishing
Blockbuster Video
Camilla Jacobs Marketing
Copenhagen Film Company
DPA Microphones
Getty Images
IDG Danmark
International Herald Tribune
Riis Cycling
The Copenhagen Post
Woer | Gregorius
Moving/Relocation
Alfa Quality Moving
Aspire Mobility
Settwell Relocation
TEAM Relocations
Organizations/Government
Agency
American-Danish
Business Council
Confederation
of Danish Industry (DI)
Copenhagen Capacity
Danish American Football
Federation (DAFF)
Dansk Erhverv
Dansk-Tysk Handelskammer
Direct Selling Association of
Denmark
HORESTA
Huset Mandag Morgen
Invest in Denmark
Medicon Valley Alliance
UL International Demko
Telecommunications
AT&T Global Network
Services
Motorola Solutions
TDC
Verizon
Travel & Tourism
Air France - KLM Group
American Express
Business Travel
British Airways
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Icelandair
Novasol
SAS - Scandinavian
Airlines Denmark
Wonderful Copenhagen
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3M A/S
Website: www.3M.com/dk
Main Contact: Lone Laurberg,
IT, Marketing & Communications
Manager, HR
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A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S
Website: www.maersk.com
Main Contact: Anders Würtzen, Senior
Vice President, Head of Group Public
Affairs
Accenture A/S
Website: www.accenture.dk
Main Contact: Bent Dalager, Managing
Partner for Financial Services, Nordic
Alfa Quality Moving Denmark A/S
Website: www.alfamoving.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Bille Larsen,
Director of Sales
AdvanDx A/S
Website: www.advandx.com
Main Contact: Steen Hestehave, Sales
Director, Denmark
Alumni
Website: www.alumniglobal.com
Main Contact: Chandre Torpet, Senior
Consultant
Afatek A/S
Website: www.afatek.dk
Main Contact: Jens Kallesøe, CEO
American Aviation Data, Inc.
Website: www.globalog.com
Main Contact: Peer Wollenberg, CEO
AG5 Architects
Website: www.ag5.dk
Main Contact: Brian Sheldon, Partner
American Express Business Travel A/S
Website: www.americanexpress.dk/
businesstravel
Main Contact: Christian Bendtsen, Sales
Manager
AB Sciex ApS
Website: www.absciex.com
Main Contact: Kasper Øland, Sales
Representative, Denmark
Agilent Technologies Denmark A/S
Website: www.agilent.dk
Main Contact: Richard Larsen,
Managing Director
AbbVie A/S
Website: www.abbvie.dk
Main Contact: Christina Dyreborg,
General Manager
AIG Europe
Website: www.aig.dk
Main Contact: Tine Antvorskov, General
Manager Scandinavia
ABS Europe Limited
Website: www.eagle.org
Main Contact: Mark Corsetti, Country
Manager
Air France - KLM Group
Website: www.airfrance.fr
Main Contact: Jens Vestergaard, Sales
Manager Denmark & Iceland
American-Danish Business Council
Website: www.usadk.org
Main Contact: Lina Gandløse Hansen,
Deputy Director
Ametek Denmark A/S
Website: www.jofra.com
Main Contact: Preben Carøe, Vice
President & General Manager
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Amgen AB
Website: www.amgen.dk
Main Contact: Mads Tang Dalsgaard,
Country Director
Amrop
Website: www.amrophever.com
Main Contact: Eskil A. Westh, Partner
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
Aspire Mobility
Website: www.aspiremobility.com
Main Contact: Gunnar Moeskjær,
International Director
AT&T Gobal Network Services ApS
Website: www.att.com
Main Contact: Eric Gall, Country
Manager
Atlantic Services ApS
Main Contact: Aage Madsen, President
AVT Business School
Website: www.avt.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Lindegaard,
Chairman of the Board
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Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
Website: www.volund.dk
Main Contact: John Veje Olesen,
Managing Director
Bain & Company
Website: www.bain.com
Main Contact: Niels Peder Nielsen,
Partner
Bavarian Nordic A/S
Website: www.bavarian-nordic.com
Main Contact: Lars Staal Wegner, Vice
President, Head of Commercial Affairs
Baxter A/S
Website: www.baxter.com
Main Contact: Jan Ulrik Stevnsborg,
Managing Director
Bayer A/S
Website: www.bayer.dk
Main Contact: Peter R. Müller, Managing
Director
Bech-Bruun Law Firm
Website: www.bechbruun.com
Main Contact: Jes Anker Mikkelsen,
Partner
Ben & Jerry’s Danmark
Website: www.benjerry.dk
Main Contact: Jakob Slaatorn Knudsen,
General Manager, Nordic
Bentley Scandinavia A/S
Website: www.bentley.com
Main Contact: Steen Læssøe, Senior
Sales Specialist
Berlitz Language Services
Scandinavia A/S
Website: www.berlitz.dk
Main Contact: Dorrit Johnsen, Key
Account Manager
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Best Western International Danmark
Website: www.bestwestern.dk
Main Contact: Peter Laigaard Jensen,
CEO
Bondo & Schultz ApS
Website: www.bondo-schultz.dk
Main Contact: Connie Tode, Managing
Director
Bruker Daltonics Scandinavia AB
Website: www.bruker.com/nordic
Main Contact: Morten Thorslund,
Regional Manager
Better Place Denmark
Website: www.betterplace.com
Main Contact: Morten Leth, CFO
Booz & Company ApS
Website: www.booz.com
Main Contact: Per Hannover, Director
Biogen Idec Manufacturing ApS
Website: www.biogenidec.dk
Main Contact: Birgitte Thygesen,
Director, Administration and
Governmental Relations
Brinch & Partners
Website: www.brinchpartners.dk
Main Contact: Jens Christian Jensen,
Partner
Brødrene Hartmann A/S
Website:
www.hartmann-packaging.com
Main Contact: Michael Rohde Pedersen,
President & CEO
BK Medical A/S
Website: www.bkmed.com
Main Contact: Jesper Manigoff,
Managing Director
Blockbuster Video
Website: www.blockbuster.dk
Main Contact: Søren Heilmann,
Managing Director / VP
Blue Nordic ApS
Website: www.bluenordic.dk
Main Contact: Martin T. Bruun,
Managing Director
Burson-Marsteller A/S
Website: www.bm.com
Main Contact: Kim Larsen, CEO
Brink Serviced Offices
Website: www.brinkoffices.dk
Main Contact: Michael Frederiksen, CEO
Bristol-Myers Squibb - Denmark
Website: www.bmsdanmark.dk
Main Contact: Morten Hjulsager, Market
Access Lead, Denmark & Norway
British Airways
Website: www.ba.com
Main Contact: Peter Rasmussen,
Regional Commercial Manager Northern
Europe at British Airways
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Camilla Jacobs Marketing Aps
Website: www.cjmarketing.dk
Main Contact: Camilla Jacobs, Owner
Cardiac Science
Website: www.cardiacscience.com
Main Contact: Carsten Roth Stenberg,
Sales Director
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Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Website: www.carlsonwagonlit.com
Main Contact: Sophie Hulgaard, General
Manager
CNA Insurance Company Limited
Website: www.cna-insurance.dk
Main Contact: Klaus Ravn, Regional
Director
Copenhagen Business School
Website: www.cbs.dk
Main Contact: Per Holten-Andersen,
President
Chevron Denmark Inc.
Website: www.chevron.com
Main Contact: Kirk Purdy, Country
Manager
Coca-Cola Nordic Services A/S
Website: www.coca-cola.com
Main Contact: Kees-Jan de Vries, Nordic
Business Unit President
Copenhagen Capacity
Website: www.copcap.com
Main Contact: Claus Lønborg, Managing
Director
CHUBB Insurance Company
of Europe S.A.
Website: www.chubb.dk
Main Contact: Bjørn Petersen, Country
Manager, Denmark & Norway
Colgate-Palmolive A/S
Website: www.colgate.com
Main Contact: Riccardo Ricci, General
Manager, Nordic Group
Copenhagen Film Company
Website: www.cphfilmcompany.dk
Main Contact: Deborah Bayer Marlow,
Producer
Coloplast A/S
Website: www.coloplast.com
Main Contact: Lene Skole, Executive
Vice President, CFO
Copenhagen Group A/S
Website: www.cphgroup.com
Main Contact: Brad Hester, Director,
Communications and Administration
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)
Website: www.di.dk
Main Contact: Marit Hvithamar, Senior
Advisor
Copenhagen Institute
for Futures Studies
Website: www.cifs.dk
Main Contact: Jeffrey Saunders,
Futurist
Cisco Systems Denmark ApS
Website: www.cisco.dk
Main Contact: Niels Münster-Hansen,
General Manager
Citco (Denmark) ApS
Website: www.citco.com
Main Contact: Ole Meier Sørensen,
Managing Director
Citi Denmark
Website: www.citigroup.com
Main Contact: Mikkel Grønlykke,
Managing Director
Cook Medical
Website: www.cookmedical.com
Main Contact: Lars Milling, Managing
Director
Copenhagen International School
Website: www.cis-edu.dk
Main Contact: Walter Plotkin, Director
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Copenhagen Malmö Port AB
Website: www.cmport.com
Main Contact: Arnt Moller Pedersen,
General Manager, Cruise Ships
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Website: www.marriott.com/cphdk
Main Contact: Elmar Derkitsch, General
Manager
Copenhagen Wine A/S
Website: www.cphwine.dk
Main Contact: Tom Henriksen, General
Manager
CorpNordic Denmark
Website: www.corpnordic.com
Main Contact: Henrik Damm Krogh,
Country Manager
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers A/S
Website: www.cpcopenhagen.dk
Main Contact: Allan Agerholm,
Managing Director
CSC Denmark A/S
Website: www.csc.com
Main Contact: John Walsh III, President
& COO, Nordic Region
Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen A/S
Website: www.cllh.dk
Main Contact: Christian Leif Hansen,
Executive Director
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D.J. Shields
Main Contact: Dee Shields, Owner
Dale Carnegie Traning Denmark –
Masterclass A/S
Website: www.dalecarnegie.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Dybvad, CEO
Danfoss A/S
Website: www.danfoss.com
Main Contact: Niels B. Christiansen, CEO
Danish American Football
Federation (DAFF)
Website: www.daff.dk
Main Contact: Peter Friss, President
Danish Society for Education and
Business (DSEB)
Website: www.dseb.dk
Main Contact: Stina Vrang Elias,
Managing Director
Dansk Erhverv
– Danish Chamber of Commerce
Website: www.danskerhverv.dk
Main Contact: Jens Klarskov, Managing
Director
Danske Bank A/S
Website: www.danskebank.dk
Main Contact: Carsten Brøchner Thing,
Senior Client Executive
Dansk-Tysk Handelskammer
Website: www.handelskammer.dk
Main Contact: Reiner Perau, Managing
Director
DEA
Website: www.dea.nu
Main Contact: Stina Vrang Elias,
Managing Director
Delacour Dania
Website: www.delacourdania.dk
Main Contact: Asger Heine Jensen,
Partner, LL.M
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Dell Denmark A/S
Website: www.dell.dk
Main Contact: Nicolai Moresco,
Managing Director
Deloitte
Website: www.deloitte.dk
Main Contact: Jørgen Holm Andersen,
Managing Director
DPA Microphones A/S
Website: www.dpamicrophones.com
Main Contact: Christian Poulsen, CEO
DuPont Danmark ApS
Website: www.dupont.dk
Main Contact: Flemming Jørgensen,
Country Leader
Diplomat Restaurant
Website: www.restaurantdiplomat.dk
Main Contact: Keld Johnsen, Owner,
Chef and Sommelier
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Direct Selling Association of Denmark
Website: www.disafo.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Vestergaard,
Chairman
EDU Danmark
Website: www.edu-danmark.dk
Main Contact: Palle Steen Jensen,
General Manager
DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad
Website: www.dis.dk
Main Contact: Anders Uhrskov, Director
Eli Lilly Danmark A/S
Website: www.eli-lilly.com
Main Contact: Hans Lynggaard
Jørgensen, Corporate Affairs Manager
Dong Energy
Website: www.dongenergy.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Poulsen,
Executive President, CEO
Ernst & Young
Website: www.ey.com/dk
Main Contact: Peter Haugaard, HR
Director Nordics
F
Facebook
Website: www.facebook.com
Main Contact: Thomas Myrup
Kristensen, Head of Public Policy,
Facebook Nordic
Falck Schmidt Defence Systemes
Website: www.f-sds.com
Main Contact: Jan Falck-Schmidt, CEO
FLSmidth A/S
Website: www.flsmidth.com
Main Contact: Jakob Lyngsø Andersen,
Vice President, Global Human Resources
FranklinCovey - Nordic Approach
Website: www.franklincovey.dk
Main Contact: Jannick B. Pedersen,
Chief Executive Officer
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GE Healthcare
Website: www.gehealthcare.dk
Main Contact: Vibeke Holmer, Regional
Sales Manager, Bioprocess, Nordic
GE Money Bank
Website: www.gemoneybank.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Fich, General
Manager
GHDsign ApS
Website: www.ghd.dk
Main Contact: Gert Hansen, CEO
GlaxoSmithKline Pharma A/S
Website: www.glaxosmithkline.dk
Main Contact: Birgit-Yvonne Reimann,
General Manager
Google Denmark ApS
Website: www.google.dk
Main Contact: Peter Friis, Country Sales
Manager
General Reinsurance Scandinavia
Website: www.genre.com
Main Contact: Jan Højgaard, Managing
Director
Gorrissen Federspiel
Website: www.gorrissenfederspiel.com
Main Contact: Søren Stæhr, Partner
Genzyme A/S
Website: www.genzyme.com
Main Contact: Lis Callesen, Country
Manager
Graduateland ApS
Website: www.graduateland.com
Main Contact: Patrick Lund, COO & CoFounder
Getty Images
Website: www.gettyimages.dk
Main Contact: David Levy, Country
Manager
Grontmij A/S
Website: www.grontmij.dk
Main Contact: Lars Bork Hansen,
Department Director
Grundfos A/S
Website: www.grundfos.com
Main Contact: Jes Munk Hansen,
Regional Managing Director
H
H. Lundbeck A/S
Website: www.lundbeck.com
Main Contact: Teddy Hebo Larsen,
Senior VP Human Resources
Haldor Topsøe A/S
Website: www.topsoe.dk
Main Contact: Jesper Lemmich, Vice
President Human Resources
Hard Rock Cafe, Copenhagen
Website: www.hardrock.com
Main Contact: Jannie Thaysen, Sales &
Marketing Manager
Hartmanns Outsourcing A/S
Website: www.hartmanns.dk
Main Contact: Carsten Madsen, Sales
Manager
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Heidrick & Struggles
Website: www.heidrick.com
Main Contact: Christen Dalum, Partner
Hess Denmark ApS
Website: www.hess.com
Main Contact: Anders Nymann, Country
Manager
Hewlett-Packard ApS
Website: www.hp.com
Main Contact: Jakob Schou Meding,
Managing Director
Hill + Knowlton Strategies
Website: www.hillandknowlton.dk
Main Contact: Bo Øksnebjerg, CEO
Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Website: www.hilton.com
Main Contact: Jukka Turku, General
Manager
Hjort & Frøik
Website: www.hjort-froik.dk
Main Contact: Susanne Hjort, Owner
Hobart Scandinavia ApS
Website: www.hobart.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Lysemose, General
Manager
Honeywell A/S
Website: www.honeywell.dk
Main Contact: Torben Qvist, Managing
Director
HORESTA
Website: www.horesta.dk
Main Contact: Katia K. Østergaard,
Director
Horten Law Firm
Website: www.horten.dk
Main Contact: Claus Bennetsen, Partner
Hotel Maritime
Website: www.hotel-maritime.dk
Main Contact: Jens Zimmer Christensen,
Managing Director
hpc.danmark ApS
Website: www.holl-pack.com
Main Contact: Scott Hollingsworth,
Director, Architect MAA
Huset Mandag Morgen A/S
Website: www.mm.dk
Main Contact: Christopher Sveen,
Director of Business Development,
Sustainia
I
IBM Danmark ApS
Website: www.dk.ibm.com
Main Contact: Ole Vrangbæk Olsen, CFO
Icelandair
Website: www.icelandair.dk
Main Contact: Sigga Sveinsdóttir, Sales
Manager Denmark
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
Institute For People & Culture
Website: www.ipcdk.com
Main Contact: Bente Nielsen, Partner
Intel Denmark ApS
Website: www.intel.com
Main Contact: Anders Aarsø, Senior
Business & Market Director
International Herald Tribune
Website: www.iht.com
Main Contact: Jörg Müller, Regional
Circulation Director
Invest in Denmark
Website: www.investindk.com
Main Contact: Susanne Hyldelund,
Director
Iron Mountain A/S
Website: www.ironmountain.com
Main Contact: Søren Kjeldsen Eltorp,
CEO, Partner
J
J. Lauritzen A/S
Website: www.j-l.com
Main Contact: Jens Søndergaard, Senior
Vice President
J. P. Morgan Europe Limited
Copenhagen Branch
Website: www.jpmorgan.com
Main Contact: Allan Nedergaard,
Executive Director
Janssen-Cilag A/S
Website: www.jnj.com
Main Contact: Siân Overton, Nordic HR
Director
Jyske Bank A/S
Website: www.jyskebank.dk
Main Contact: Niels Erik Jakobsen,
Managing Director, Group Management
Jyske Global Asset Management
Website: www.jgam.com
Main Contact: Lars Stouge, President
K
Kelly Services
Website: www.kellyservices.dk
Main Contact: Pernille Pedersen, Branch
Manager
JMJ Associates
Website: www.jmj.com
Main Contact: Michael Levin, Senior
Consultant
Konica Minolta Denmark A/S
Website: www.konicaminolta.dk
Main Contact: Martin Rahbek, CEO
Johnson Controls Denmark GWS
Website: www.johnsoncontrols.dk
Main Contact: Palle Martin, Vice
President
Korn/Ferry International A/S
Website: www.kornferry.com
Main Contact: Stephen Bruyant-Langer,
Partner
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KPMG
Website: www.kpmg.dk
Main Contact: Finn L. Meyer, Partner
Kraft and Partners A/S
Website: www.kraft-partners.dk
Main Contact: Markus Bjørn Kraft, CEO
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Website: www.lmco. com
Main Contact: James D. Latham,
Director, International Business
Development
Kristiansen Ulveman
Website: www.kristiansenulveman.dk
Main Contact: Michael Kristiansen, CEO
M
Kromann Reumert
Website: www.kromannreumert.com
Main Contact: Thomas Kaas, Lawyer /
Partner
Mannov A/S
Website: www.mannov.dk
Main Contact: Steffen Lüders, CEO,
Partner
L
LETT Law Firm
Website: www.lett.dk
Main Contact: Søren Brinkmann,
Partner
Lion & Dolphin A/S
Website: www.vidis.com
Main Contact: Jørgen du Plessis de
Richelieu, Chairman
Manpower A/S
Website: www.manpower.dk
Main Contact: Kristian Nærø, Head of
Manpower Denmark
MAQS Law Firm
Website: www.maqs.com
Main Contact: Philip Graff, Partner
Mars Danmark A/S
Website: www.mars.dk
Main Contact: Jonas Schauman,
National Customer Manager
Marsh A/S
Website: www.marsh.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Larsen, Managing
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 ApS
Website: www.mcdonalds.dk
Main Contact: Steve Shillington,
Managing Director
McKinsey & Company Denmark
Website: www.mckinsey.dk
Main Contact: Søren Fritzen, Managing
Partner
Medicon Valley Alliance
Website: www.mva.org
Main Contact: Stig Jørgensen, Managing
Director
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Medtronic Danmark A/S
Website: www.medtronic.dk
Main Contact: Mette-Marie Harild,
Regional Director Nordic
Microsoft
Website: www.microsoft.dk
Contact: Niels Sølberg, Country General
Manager
Microsoft Development Center
Copenhagen
Website: www.mdcc.dk
Contact: Charlotte Mark, Managing
Director
Moltkes Palæ
Website: www.moltkes.com
Main Contact: René Bolvig, CEO
Monster Worldwide Scandinavia AB
Website: www.monster.dk
Main Contact: Tao Lundsgaard, Sales
Director, Denmark
Motorola Solutions A/S
Website: www.motorolasolutions.com
Main Contact: Steffen Ring, Senior
Director of Global Government Affairs
MSD
Website: www.msd.dk
Main Contact: Dorthe Mikkelsen, Senior
Vice President mid-Europe 2
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, Managing
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
NNE Pharmaplan
Website: www.nnepharmaplan.com
Main Contact: Kim Rasmussen, General
Manager, Nordic
NNIT A/S
Website: www.nnit.com
Main Contact: Per Kogut, CEO
Nordea Bank Denmark A/S
Website: www.nordea.com
Main Contact: Flemming Nielsen,
Section Leader
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
Novasol A/S
Website: www.novasol.dk
Main Contact: Jan Haapanen, Deputy
Managing Director
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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, Stakeholder Relations
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
Oracle Danmark ApS
Website: www.oracle.com
Main Contact: Kenneth Johansen,
Country Leader
P
PFA Pension
Website: www.pfa.dk
Main Contact: Henrik Heideby, CEO
Pfizer ApS
Website: www.pfizer.dk
Main Contact: Jens Holmstrup,
Managing Director
PGi - Premiere Global Services
Denmark ApS
Website: www.pgi.com
Main Contact: Jørgen Broberg, Sales
Manager, Nordics
PensionDanmark
Website: www.pension.dk
Main Contact: Torben Möger Pedersen,
CEO
Philips Denmark A/S
Website: www.philips.dk
Main Contact: Karen Sørensen, CEO
PerkinElmer Inc.
Website: www.perkinelmer.dk
Main Contact: Annegrete Pedersen, Site
Leader
PrimeTime Communication
Website: www.primetime.dk
Main Contact: Peter Sterup, Managing
Director
Personale-Service A/S
Website: www.personale-service.dk
Main Contact: Mette Hoffmeyer Boas,
Director
Procter & Gamble Danmark ApS
Website: www.dk.pg.com
Main Contact: Jesper Michaels, Group
Tax Manager, Nordics & Luxembourg
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Profiles International Denmark ApS
Website: www.profilesinternational.dk
Main Contact: Jens Pheiffer, Country
Manager
Rambøll Danmark A/S
Website: www.ramboll.dk
Main Contact: Thomas Rand, Managing
Director Energy
Roche A/S
Website: www.roche.dk
Main Contact: Janet Makepeace, General
Manager
PwC
Website: www.pwc.dk
Main Contact: Torsten Moe, Partner
Raytheon International Inc.
Website: www.raytheon.com
Main Contact: Mark N. Clark, Vice
President, European Region
Roger Moore Consult
Website: www.rogermooreconsult.com
Main Contact: Roger Moore,
International Compliance Consultant
R
Recall A/S
Website: www.recall.dk
Main Contact: Kathryn Titterington,
General Manager
Rud Pedersen A/S
Website: www.rudpedersen.com
Main Contact: Sune Wæsel, Public
Affairs Director
Radiometer A/S
Website: www.radiometer.com
Main Contact: Peter Kürstein,
President, CEO
Regus Business Centre ApS
Website: www.regus.dk
Main Contact: Lauge Møller, Area Sales
Manager
Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm
Website: www.ronnelundgren.com
Main Contact: Ulrik FleischerMichaelsen, Partner - Corporate &
Commercial
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Website: www.radissonsas.com
Main Contact: Roy A. Kappenberger,
General Manager
Riis Cycling A/S
Website: www.riis-cycling.dk
Main Contact: Trey Greenwood,
Managing Director
RAE Systems Europe ApS
Website: www.raesystems.eu
Main Contact: Palle Berggreen, Service
Manager EMEA
RiskPoint A/S
Website: www.riskpoint.eu
Main Contact: Kenneth Nielsen, Director
& Partner
S
Sanofi-aventis Denmark A/S
Website: www.sanofi-aventis.dk
Main Contact: Lasse Petersen, General
Manager, Nordic & Baltic
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Santaris Pharma A/S
Website: www.santaris.com
Main Contact: Henrik Stage, President
& CEO
Settwell Relocation
Website: www.settwell.dk
Main Contact: Mads Chr. Wikke, General
Manager
Struers A/S
Website: www.struers.com
Main Contact: Steen Jensen, Managing
Director
SAS
– Scandinavian Airlines Denmark A/S
Website: www.scandinavian.net
Main Contact: Mette Krath, Director
Corporate Sales
Shell Denmark
Website: www.shell.com
Main Contact: Nicola Gordon, Managing
Director, SOGU
Sun Chemical A/S
Website: www.sunchemical.com
Main Contact: Henning Meyer,
Managing Director
Shipco Transport Holding A/S
Website: www.shipco.com
Main Contact: Morten Bach, Director,
Business Development
SvendHjort Agencies
Website: www.agencies.dk
Main Contact: Svend Hjort, President
SAS Institute A/S
Website: www.sas.com/dk
Main Contact: Bent Sørensen, Managing
Director
Scandic Copenhagen
Website: www.scandic-hotels.dk
Main Contact: Kirsten Glente, Managing
Director
Sealed Air Denmark A/S
Website: www.sealedair.com
Main Contact: Jan Wieth, Sales Director
SEB
– Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB
Website: www.seb.dk
Main Contact: Mark Luscombe, Deputy
Head of Merchant Banking
Spamfighter ApS
Website: www.spamfighter.com
Main Contact: Henrik Sørensen,
Managing Director
Stakemann Law Firm
Website: www.stakemannlaw.com
Main Contact: Peter Stakemann,
Attorney-at-law
Stampe, Haume & Hasselriis
Website: www.cphlaw.eu
Main Contact: Terry A. Selzer, Attorney
Sypris Europe
Website: www.sypris.com
Main Contact: Michael Stokes,
Managing Director
T
T. Rowe Price Global Investment
Services Limited
Website: www.trowepriceglobal.com
Main Contact: Peter Preisler, Director,
Head of EMEA
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
Website: www.tcs.com
Main Contact: Kathiravan Palaniappan,
Country Manager
TDC A/S
Website: www.tdc.dk
Main Contact: Jens Hjortflod, Senior
Vice President
TEAM Relocations
Website: www.adam.dk
Main Contact: Peter Mortensen, Sales
Manager
Terma A/S
Website: www.terma.com
Main Contact: Jørn Henrik Levy
Rasmussen, Vice President
The Boeing Company
Website: www.boeing.com
Main Contact: Cliff Puckett,
International Business Development
Manager – Northern Europe
The Copenhagen Post
Website: www.cphpost.dk
Main Contact: Jesper Nymark, CEO
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Website: www.thermodanmark.dk and
www.thermo.com
Main Contact: Tina Linders, Country
Commercial Manager
Todd Verwers Architects
Website: www.toddverwers.com
Main Contact: Todd Blake Verwers,
Architect
Toms Gruppen A/S
Website: www.tomsgroup.com
Main Contact: Jesper Møller, CEO/
Managing Director
Topdanmark Forsikring
Website: www.topdanmark.dk
Main Contact: Søren Pahl, Senior Vice
President, HR
U
UL International Demko A/S
Website: www.ul-europe.com
Main Contact: Mette Winther Pedersen,
Branch Manager
UPS Danmark A/S
Website: www.ups.com
Main Contact: Jonas D. Ditlefsen, Area
Sales Manager, Denmark
V
Varian Medical Systems
Scandinavia A/S
Website: www.varian.com
Main Contact: Sten Hornsleth,
Managing Director
Velux A/S
Website: www.velux.com
Main Contact: Jørgen Tang-Jensen, CEO
Verizon Denmark A/S
Website: www.verizonbusiness.com
Main Contact: Flemming Dehn
Jespersen, Director
Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Website: www.vestas.com
Main Contact: Karina Boldsen,
Managing Director
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Vinge KB
Website: www.vinge.se
Main Contact: John H. Daerr, Senior
Counsel
Virksomhedsskolen A/S
Website: www.virksomhedsskolen.dk
Main Contact: Christian Planck,
Managing Director
W
Warner Music Denmark A/S
Website: www.warnermusic.dk
Main Contact: Mickey Lund, Finance
Controller
Waters A/S
Website: www.waters.com
Main Contact: Mogens Hallas, General
Manager
Weibel Scientific A/S
Website: www.weibel.dk
Main Contact: Peder R. Pedersen,
President
WMAN
Website: www.wman.dk
Main Contact: Bo Røen Hansen, Director
Woer | Gregorius
Website: www.woer.gregorius.dk
Main Contact: Per Woer, Managing
Director
Wonderful Copenhagen
Website: www.visitcopenhagen.dk
Main Contact: Lars Bernhard Jørgensen,
Managing Director
World Jet Trading A/S
Website: www.worldjettrading.com
Main Contact: Kristian Hougaard,
President
X
Xerox A/S
Website: www.xerox.dk
Main Contact: Stéphane Jamoulle,
General Manager
Z
Zealand Pharma
Website: www.zp.dk
Main Contact: David H. Solomon, Chief
Executive Officer
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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, CEO
Eteläranta 6 A 8,
FI-00130 Helsinki
Tel: 358-40-466 4576
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
U.S. Commercial Service
Nicholas Randal Kuchova
Regional Senior Commercial Officer
Itainen Puistotie 14 B
FI-00140 Helsinki
Tel: +358-9-6162-5342
E-mail: [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
Population: 5,262,930
Life Expectancy: 79.41 years
GDP (PPP): $198.1 billion
GDP Growth: 0,3%
GDP per Capita (PPP): $36,500
Unemployment: 7.3%
Inflation: 3%
Source: Nordic CIA Factbook 2012
Population: 5.051.275
Life Expectancy: 81.3 years
GDP (PPP): $278.1
GDP Growth: 3.2%
GDP per Capita (PPP): $55,300
Unemployment: 3.5%
Inflation: 1.0%
Source: Nordic CIA Factbook 2012
SWEDEN
AmCham Sweden
Jakobs torg 3, 4 tr
SE-111 52 Stockholm
Tel: +46 8 506 126 10
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamswe.se
U.S. Commercial Service
Julie Snyder, Senior Commercial Officer
Dag Hammarskjölds Väg 31
SE -115 89, Stockholm
Tel: (+46) 8 783 5346
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.buyusa.gov/sweden/en
Population: 9,103,788
Life Expectancy: 81.18 years
GDP (PPP): $395.8 billion
GDP Growth: 1.2%
GDP per Capita (PPP): $41,700
Unemployment: 7.5%
Inflation: 1.4%
Source: Nordic CIA Factbook 2012
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: 5,543,453
Life Expectancy: 78.78 years
GDP (PPP): $208.5 billion
GDP Growth: -0.4%
GDP per Capita (PPP): $37,700
Unemployment: 6.4%
Inflation: 2.6%
Source: Nordic CIA Factbook 2012
TransAtlantic 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.
Tom Donohue, President and CEO, U. S. Chamber of Commerce.
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
In February, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton hosted a Global Business Conference
in Washington DC. Representatives from
AmChams around the world accepted the
Secretary’s invitation for two days of dialogue
and brainstorming on the U.S. government’s
role in supporting American competitiveness
and creating jobs.
Amchams in europe
European Council of American Chambers of Commerce
www.amchamsineurope.com
In September, AmCham executives gathered in Dubrovnik,
Croatia to share best practices.
AmCham Denmark is one of the 45 members of European Council of AmChams, which represents the corporate interests of
more than 17,000 American and European companies, based in 43 countries and employing more than 20 million people. ECACC’s
member companies account for more than $1.1 trillion in transatlantic 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.
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ALBANIA
AmCham Albania
Rr. Deshmoret 4 Shkurtit,Sky
Tower, Room 11-03
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
Robert Wood, President
AZERBAIJAN
AmCham Azerbaijan
The Landmark 11 Building
96 Nizami Street, 2nd Floor
Bahu, AZ-1010
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 R. Matthews, Chairman
ARMENIA
AmCham Armenia
Armenia Marriott Hotel, Room 315,
1 Amiryan Street
0010 Yerevan
Armenia
Tel.: (+347) 599 187
Fax: (+347) 599 265
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.am
Edward Mouradian, President
Diana Gaziyan, Executive Director
BELGIUM
AmCham Belgium
rue du Trône 60
Troonstraat
1050 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
AUSTRIA
AmCham Austria
Porzellangasse 35
A-1090 Vienna
Austria
Tel: (+43) 1 319 57 51
Fax: (+43) 1 319 57 51-15
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.at
Daniela Homan, Executive Director
Felix Thun-Hohenstein, Chairman
BULGARIA
AmCham Bulgaria
Business Park Sofia, Mladost 4
Area, Building 2, Floor 6
BG-1715 Sofia
Tel: (+359) 2 9-742-743/4/5
Fax: (+359) 2 9-742-741
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.bg
Valentin Georgiev, Executive
Director
Peter Lithgow, President
CROATIA
AmCham Croatia
Radnicka Cesta 47
HR-10000 Zagreb,
Croatia
Tel: (+385) 1 4836 777
Fax: (+385) 1 4836 776
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.hr
Andrea Doko Jelusic, Executive
Director
Ivan Vidakovic, President
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
Andrus Alber, President
CYPRUS
Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and
Industry
38, Grivas Dhigenis Ave. & 3,
Deligiorgis Str.,
P.O.Box 21455
1509 Nicosia
Tel: (+357) 22 889 800
Fax: (+357) 22 669 048
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ccci.org.cy
Phidias Pilides, President
EU
AmCham EU
Kunstlaan 53 Avenue des Arts 50,
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Tel: (+32) 2 513 68 92
Fax: (+32) 2 513 79 28
Website: www.amchameu.eu
Susan Danger, Managing Director
Hendrik Bourgeois, Chairman
CZECH REPUBLIC
AmCham Czech Republic
Dusni 10, CZ-11000 Prague 1
Tel: (+420) 2 22 329 430
Fax: (+420) 2 22 329 433
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.cz
Weston Stacey, Executive Director
František Dostálek, President
DENMARK
AmCham Denmark
Christians Brygge 26,
DK-1559 Copenhagen V
Tel: (+45) 33 932 932
Fax: (+45) 33 130 517
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.dk
Stephen Brugger, Executive
Director
FINLAND
AmCham Finland
Annankatu 32, 7th floor
SF-00100 Helsinki
Tel: (+358) 45 122 6051
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.fi
Kristiina Helenius, Managing
Director
Heikki Malinen, 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]
Website: www.amchamfrance.org
Marina Niforos, Managing Director
Jean-Claude Gruffat, President
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GEORGIA
AmCham Georgia
36a Lado Asatiani St.
0105, Tbilisi,
Georgia
Tel: + (995 32) 2 226 907
Fax: + (995 32) 2 226 792
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ge
Sarah Williamson, President
IRELAND
AmCham Ireland
6 Wilton Place,
Dublin 2
Tel: (+353) 1 661 6201
Fax: (+353) 1 661 6217
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ie
Joanne Richardson, Chief Executive
Peter Keegan, President
GERMANY
AmCham Germany
Börsenplatz 7-11
D-60311 Frankfurt/Main
Tel: (+49) 69 92 91 02 04 0
Fax: (+49) 69 92 91 04 - 11
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.de
Dierk Mueller, General Manager
Frederick B. Irwin, President
ISRAEL
ISRAEL-AMERICAN CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
35 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.
IL-Tel Aviv 61333
Tel: (+972) 3 695 23 41
Fax: (+972) 3 695 12 72
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.co.il
Ronit Benbasat Rom, Executive
Director
Ofra Strauss,Chairperson
GREECE
AMERICAN HELLENIC CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
109-111 Messoghion Avenue
GR 115 26, Athens
Greece
Tel: +30 210 6993559
Fax: +30 210 6985686-7
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.gr
Elias Spirtounias, Executive
Director
Gramatidis Yanos, President
HUNGARY
AmCham Hungary
Szent István tér 11, 6th floor
H-1051 Budapest
Tel: (+36) 1 266 9880
Fax: (+36) 1 266 9888
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.hu
Peter Dávid, Chief Executive Officer
William Benkő, President
ITALY
AmCham Italy
Via Cesare Cantù, 1
20123 Milan
Italy
Tel: (+39) 02 86 90 661
Fax: (+39) 02 80 57 737
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.it
Simone Crolla, Managing Director
Vittorio Terzi, President
KOSOVO
AmCham Kosovo
Fehmi Agani Street, No. 36/3
10000 Prishtina
Kosovo
Tel: (318) 38 246 012
Website: www.amchamksv.org
Arian Zeka, Executive Director
Erolld Belegu, President
LATVIA
AmCham Latvia
Torna iela 4,
II-A-301 Riga,
LV-1050
Latvia
Tel: (+371) 6721 2204
Fax: (+371) 6721-2204
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.lv
Liga Smildzina-Bertulsone,
Executive Director
Ivars Slokenbergs, President
LITHUANIA
AmCham Lithuania
Konstitucijos 7 (10th floor)
LT-09308 Vilnius
Tel: (+370) 5 261 11 81
Fax: (+371) 6721-2204
E-mail:
[email protected] or [email protected]
Website: www.acc.lt
Živilé Sabaliauskaité,
Executive Director
Tadas Vizgirda, Chairman
LUXEMBOURG
AmCham Luxembourg
6, rue Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
L-1432 Luxembourg
Tel: (+352) 43 17 56
Fax: (+352) 26 09 47 04
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.lu
Paul-Michael Schonenberg,
Chairman, CEO
MACEDONIA
AmCham Macedonia
Ivo Lola Ribar 59A-1/15
1000-Skopje
Macedonia
Tel: (+389) 2 3216 714
Fax: (+389) 2 3246 950
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.com.mk
Michelle Osmanli, Executive Director
Liza Popovska, President
MALTA
American Chamber of
Commerce in Malta
Exchange Buildings,
Republic Street
Valletta VLT 1117
Malta
Tel: (+356) 21 24 7233
Fax: (+356) 2124 5223
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
Website: www.amcham-malta.org
Pierre Attard, President & Chairman
MOLDOVA
AmCham Moldova
45 B, Puskin str., 3rd floor, MD-2005,
Chisinau,
Republic of Moldova
Tel: (373 22) 211 781
Fax: (373 22) 211 782
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.md
Emilia Malairau, Executive Director
John Maxemchuck, President
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MONTENEGRO
American Chamber of Commerce in
Montenegro
Džordža Vašingtona 83/V – Telenor
Building
81000 Podgorica
Montenegro
Tel: (+382) 20 621 328
Fax: (+382) 20 621 628
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.me
Edin Seferovic, Executive Director
Svetlana Vuksanović, President of
the Board of Governors
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
Jan Grønbech, Chairman
POLAND
AmCham Poland
Warsaw Financial Center, ul. Emilii
Plater 53, 14th floor,
PL-00-113 Warsaw
Tel: (+48) 22 520 5999
Fax: (+48) 22 520 5998
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.pl
Dorota Dabrowski, Executive
Director
Joseph Wancer, Chairman
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]
Website: www.amcham.org.pt
Graca Didier, Executive Director
José Joaquim Oliveira, Chairman
ROMANIA
AmCham Romania
11 Ion Campineanu St,
Union International Center, 4th
Floor,
Bucharest - 010031
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
“Sadovaya Plaza”
Ulitsa Dolgorukovskaya 7
14th floor
Moscow 127006
Russia
Tel: (+7) 495 961 2141
Fax: (+7) 495 961 2142
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ru
Andrew B. Somers, President & CEO
ST. PETERSBURG CHAPTER
“Na Novo-Isaakievskoy”
Ulitsa Yakubovicha 24
left wing, 3rd floor
St. Petersburg 190000
Russia
Tel: (+7) 812 4481646
Fax: (+7) 812 4481645
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ru/spb
Maria Chernobrovkina, Executive
Director
Ruslan Belyaev, Chairman
SERBIA
AmCham Serbia
Smiljaniceva 24/1
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
Tel.: (+381) 11 30 88 132
Fax: (+381) 11 30 88 922
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.rs
Maja Piscevic, Executive Director
Milos Durkovic, President SLOVAK REPUBLIC
AmCham Slovak Republic
Hotel Crown Plaza Bratislava
Hodzovo namestie 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
Igor Kottman, President
SLOVENIA
AmCham Slovenia
Dunajska cesta 156,
SLO-1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Tel: (+386) 8 205 13 50
Fax: (+386) 1 564 72 04
E-mail: [email protected]am.si
Website: www.amcham.si
Ajsa Vodnik, M.Sc. Executive
Director
Matej Potokar, President
SPAIN
AmCham Spain
Calle Tuset, 10 Piso 1º 2ª
E-08006 Barcelona
Spain
Tel: (+34) 93 415 99 63
Fax: (+34) 93 415 11 98
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamspain.com
Jaime Malet, President
SWEDEN
AmCham Sweden
Jakobs Torg 3
S-111 52 Stockholm
Sweden
Tel: (+46) 8 506 126 10
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amchamswe.se
Berit Salheim, Managing Director
Hans Enocson, 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
Director
Harry Hohmeister, Chairman
THE NETHERLANDS
AmCham Netherlands
WTC D-Tower, 6th floor,
Schiphol Boulevard 171
NL-1118 BG Schiphol
Tel: (+31) 70 365 98 08
Fax: (+31) 70 364 69 92
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.nl
Patrick Mikkelsen, Executive
Director
Helen Mets-Morris, President
TURKEY
AmCham Turkey/TABA
Cemil Topuzlu Cd., Türkiye Is�
Bankasi Bloklari, F Blok,
No:24 D:20 Kat:10
Fenerbahçe/Kadiköy, Istanbul
Tel: (+90) 0216 355 50 50
Fax: (+90) 0216 355 78 92
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.org
K. Ekim Alptekin, President
Oliver Myers, Executive Director
American Business
Forum in Turkey/ABFT
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Kat:4 Sisli
Istanbul
Tel: +90 212 243 35 11
Fax: +90 212 243 35 17
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.abft.net
Ercan Özgür, Executive Director
Rahs�an Cebe, Chairwoman
UKRAINE
AmCham Ukraine
Horizon Park Business Center, 12
Amosova St. 15th floor
03038 Kiev
Ukraine
Tel: (+380 44) 490 58 00
Fax: (+380 44) 490 58 01
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.amcham.ua
Mr. Jorge Zukoski, President
Mr. Walter Gordon, Chairman
UNITED KINGDOM
British American Business
75 Brook Street
GB-London W1K 4AD
United Kingdom
Tel.: (+44) 20 7467 7400
Fax: (+44) 20 7493 2394
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.babinc.org
Richard Fursland CBE, CEO
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OTHER KEY CONTACTS
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 Commision: www.daf-fulb.dk
American Club in Copenhagen: www.americanclub.dk
American Women’s Club in Copenhagen: www.awcdenmark.org
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American-Danish Business Council
Embassy of Denmark
3200 Whitehaven Street, NW
Washington, D. C. 20008 U.S.A.
Tel: +1 (202) 464 4190
Fax: +1 (202) 464 4189
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.usadk.org
Confederation of Danish Industries
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18
DK-1718 Copenhagen V
Tel: (+45) 33 77 33 77
Fax: (+45) 33 77 33 00
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.di.dk
Copenhagen Capacity
Nørregade 7 B
DK-1165 Copenhagen K
Tel: (+45) 33 22 02 33
Fax: (+45) 33 22 02 11
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.copcap.com
Danish American Business Forum
Vedbæk Strandvej 350
DK-2950 Vedbæk
Tel: (+45) 45 65 17 76
Fax: (+45) 45 65 17 77
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.dabf.dk
Dansk Erhverv
- Danish Chamber of Commerce
Børsen, DK-1217 Copenhagen
Tel: (+45) 33 74 60 00
Fax: (+45) 33 74 60 80
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.danskerhverv.dk
Danish Immigration Service
Ryesgade 53
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 35 36 66 00
Fax: (+45) 35 36 19 16
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.nyidanmark.dk
Invest in Denmark
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Assiatisk Plads 2
DK-1448 Copenhagen K
Tel: (+45) 33 92 11 16
Fax: (+45) 33 92 07 17
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.investindk.com
U.S. GOVERNMENT IN DENMARK
Embassy of the United States of America
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 33 41 71 00
Fax: (+45) 35 43 02 23
Website: denmark.usembassy.gov
Stephen Cristina, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i.
Jonathan Bayat, Management Officer
Consular Section:
Jonathan K. Webster, First Secretary and Consul
E-mail: [email protected]
Environment, Science & Technology:
Edward T. Canuel, Ph.D.
Regional Hub Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Regional Security Office:
Dimas A. Jaen, Regional Security Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Political/Economic Section:
Diana Brown, Counselor for Political &
Economic Affairs
E-mail: [email protected]
Kirsten B. Selinger, Economic Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Public Relations:
Robert Kerr, Public Affairs Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
U.S. Foreign Commercial Service (FCS)
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: (+45) 33 41 73 15
Fax: (+45) 35 42 01 75
Website: export.gov/denmark
Bjarke Castberg Frederiksen, Head of Section
E-mail: [email protected]
Sabina Kroigaard, Commercial Specialist
E-mail: [email protected]
Aleksander Moos, Commercial Specialist
E-mail: [email protected] trade.gov
Maria Norsk, Commercial Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
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