Greetings from the Ambassador

Dear Members of the American-Danish Business Council, I want to thank you all for an extraordinary busy and successful summer where many of you have participated in events hosted by the Embassy. First of all, I want to take this opportunity to thank you again for an outstanding Constitution Day where we celebrated Danish warriors, …Continue reading »

Welcome to Maritime Advisor, Malte Kofoed Søndergaard

In September, the Embassy of Denmark in Washington DC welcomed our new Maritime Advisor, Malte Kofoed Søndergaard. For the last four years, Malte worked at the Danish Maritime Authority focusing on maritime business policies and was part of the team developing the Danish Government’s Growth Plan for Denmark’s maritime cluster. Moreover, Malte has been involved …Continue reading »

Great fall activities for American-Danish Young Professionals

On September 27th, The Danish-American Business Council, the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce and Norwegian-American Chamber of Commerce joined forces and organised a networking opportunity for our young professionals. Once again, we experienced great support and high attendance, as about 60 young professionals met for conversation and after-work drinks. ADBC’s young professionals network now has +100 …Continue reading »

Greetings by the Ambassador

Dear Members of the American-Danish Business Council, Two large celebrations – Wounded Warrior Week and Constitution Day Celebration – are taking place in the beginning of June. These events are only possible because of your support as members of ADBC. I want you to know how extremely grateful I am for that. This week – …Continue reading »

6000 visitors at EU Open House!

On May 12th 2018 from 10am to 4pm the Embassy of Denmark opened its doors to the public along with embassies of other EU Member States. This year the Embassy of Denmark and the Representation of Greenland had the pleasure of welcoming a record number of visitors. The EU Open House is a highlight of …Continue reading »

Signing of Wastewater Flagship Project in Chicago

In April, The Danish Minister of Environment and Food visited Chicago to meet with Deputy Governor of Illinois Leslie Munger and Deputy Mayor of Chicago Robert S. Rivkin. One purpose of the trip was to promote Danish water solutions. A significant upgrade of the aging and troubled water infrastructure in the US is needed – …Continue reading »