EU Open House coming up – great showcase opportunity for Danish companies

The ambassador rides a bike during the EU open house
Ambassador Lars Lose rides a bike at the 2016 EU Open House event.

On May 13th 2017, the Delegation of the European Union to the United States and the Embassies of 28 EU Member States to the United States open their doors to the public during the EU Open House Day. As an exclusive opportunity for our ADBC member companies, the Embassy of Denmark invites you to showcase your company during our open house event.

Smart and liveable cities

The Danish Embassy will be focusing on Smart Cities and smart approaches for more liveable cities. By 2050, more than 6 billion people will live in urban areas, creating many challenges for the planning, development and operation of cities. These challenges call for ‘smart’ approaches to ensure that cities are optimized for economic activity, energy consumption, environmental impact and ‘the good life’. Dennmark is known for smart solutions allowing cities to become more intelligent and efficient in their use of resources, resulting in cost and energy savings, improved service delivery and quality of life, and reduced environmental footprint – all supporting innovation and a low-carbon economy.

If you would like to showcase a product or service, be represented with flyers, roll-ups or merchandise, or in any other way showcase the expertise and innovation of your company, please contact Christian Mørch Frederiksen at chrfre@um.dk as soon as possible as space is limited. There is no participation fee for members of ADBC.

About the EU open house event

This annual event is the highlight of the Washington May calendar and is celebrated during Europe Week. The event draws +50.000 visitors in total and +5000 to the embassy of Denmark alone. Each embassy will open to the public on Saturday May 13th 2017 from 10 am to 4 pm, offering a rare look inside the buildings as well as providing a unique opportunity to experience the country’s cultural heritage and national traditions. To read about last years event click here.