Changes in the ADBC Secretariat

As of September 1 2020, Jess Møller Knudsen is leaving his position as Commercial Counselor at the Royal Danish Embassy in Washington DC. This also means that he will leave his function as Executive Secretary for the ADBC. We want to thank Jess for all his hard work and dedication to the ADBC the past …Continue reading »

Greetings from the Ambassador

Dear Members of the American-Danish Business Council, The past few months have indeed been quite eventful, I must say. As we were gearing up for yet another promising year in our bilateral relationship, a global pandemic stroke and left all of us stumbling with uncertainty about what the future might hold. These are challenging times …Continue reading »

Meeting with Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA) on US healthcare policy

On Thursday, June 11, the ADBC hosted a virtual meeting with Representative Ami Bera (D-CA) to discuss healthcare policy in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Representative Bera has been representing California’s 7th congressional district in the House of Representatives since 2013. Rep. Bera is currently member of the House Foreign Affair Committee, Chair …Continue reading »

Virtual Meeting with Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK)

On May 1, the Embassy of Denmark and the American-Danish Business Council invited all ADBC members to an exclusive virtual meeting with Congressman Tom Cole, representing Oklahoma’s 4th congressional district since 2003. Congressman Cole is Ranking Member in the House Rules Committee and Vice Ranking Member in the Appropriation Committee where he is also Ranking …Continue reading »

New digital services due to impacts of COVID-19

As a result of the current situation that prevents us from carrying out our planned physical activities in the American-Danish Business Council, we have decided to pursue other (digital) means of creating value for our members. Hence, we are launching three new initiatives that we hope you will appreciate and take part in. Monthly virtual …Continue reading »

ADYP focusing on gender diversity in corporate governance

On January 21, the American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP) and the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce (SACC) hosted the an event at the World Bank Group focusing on diversity in corporate governance and female leadership. Good corporate governance helps firms improve performance, drive growth, manage risks, attract and retain investors, and weather financial crises. At the event, …Continue reading »

Greetings from the Ambassador

Dear Members of the American-Danish Business Council, 2019 is just about to end and what an extraordinary year it has been. The ADBC has over the years only grown stronger and increasingly influential in facilitating a common platform for Danish and American companies to engage with the political environment and amongst each other here in …Continue reading »

Thank you for a great Christmas Reception

On thursday, December 5th, H.E. Lone D. Wisborg hosted the annual Christmas Reception at the residence in cooperation with the American Danish Business Council. Congressional staffers, government officials, political organizations, members of ADBC and their business partners were all among the 400 participants in the celebration of the economic partnership across the Atlantic. This year …Continue reading »