DI's global presence and network

For Denmark and Danish companies, access to the global marketplace is crucial. Therefore, it is important to embrace global opportunities and play a part in shaping the global trade and investment framework.

Denmark is a very active participant in a global world. Despite its modest size Denmark has become one of the world’s most prosperous societies. This is largely due to our trade with the rest of the world.


DI in Brussels – access to influence in Europe.


DI in Washington – access to influence in the USA


DI assists member companies'  global growth through commercial offices around the world. Get in touch.

Developing Countries

DI develops the markets of the future by supporting business organisations around the world. Read more

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Active participation

Through increased international sales we can ensure that Danish companies capture a greater share of wealth creation in markets near and far.
Active participation in globalisation is the only path towards securing the future growth of Danish companies and the welfare of the Danish society.

DI's commitment to Europe

To strengthen DI's potential of influence and access to relevant knowledge in the EU, DI is a member of and active in almost 80 European business and employers' organisations, think tanks and political networks. The following 10 is a selection thereof.

Business Europe (BE) Business in Africa (Ebcam) Tech and Industry (Ceemet) Services (Esf) Chemical Industry (Cefic) FoodDrinkEurope Construction Products Transport (IRU) DigitalEurope Technology Industries (Orgalim) Business at OECD (BIAC)

DI's worldwide market development partnerships

DI recommends that member companies check out the following private-public partnerships, to gain access to new markets:

Danish Cleantech Hub - New York Danish Cleantech Hub - Germany Danish Cleantech Hub - China Zealand International - Worldwide Access Cities - New York & Munich NORDIN - India German-Danish Innovation
Kinga Szabo Christensen

Kinga Szabo Christensen

Deputy Director General

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