DI Energi Arrangementer

12-14 September 2018: Danish Royal Visit to Finland

On the occasion of the planned visit by HRH The Crown Prince of Denmark to Finland, the organizing team is pleased to invite Danish companies to join the accompanying business delegation.


WHY FINLAND? 
Finland is an important export market for Denmark - it is also one of the fastest growing economies in Europe. 
The growth rate was around 3% in 2017 and it is estimated to continue at almost the same pace in 2018 and 2019. The Finnish market is the 11th biggest market for Danish exports. Additionally, the Finnish market is part of the Nordic/Baltic region, which constitutes approximately 25% of all Danish export. 

RELATIONS BETWEEN DENMARK AND FINLAND  Denmark and Finland are celebrating 100 years of diplomatic relations this year. A relationship, which has been valued and nurtured throughout many generations. This close bond to Finland gives Danish companies good opportunities. 

Similarly, the Danish reputation of creating high quality design and solutions is well known among the Finns, which entails an extraordinary interest Danish products. This visit is therefore an excellent opportunity to cultivate important relations, support existing and new market opportunities, and bolster valuable networking.

SECTOR FOCUS 
All activities and events during the visit will take place in regards to these three distinctive sector themes: 

  • URBAN SOLUTIONS
  • FOOD - NEW NORDIC CUISINE
  • MARITIME INDUSTRY

For further information see the website

Fakta

Practical information

Date: 
September 12-14 2018

 

Place:
Helsinki and Turku, Finland

 

Price: 
DKK 15,000 + VAT for two company representatives. 
The fee for extra company representatives is DKK 1,500 



Pre-Meeting: 
The organizing team invites for a pre-meeting Thursday 16 August at Confederation of Danish Industry, Copenhagen 



Registration: 
Deadline for registration is 
31 May 2018

Sign up here.

 

For practical questions contact Charlotte Blomqvist.

Ejvind Vøgg

Chefkonsulent

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