Andrew Kessler is our newest Senior Commercial Advisor within the Danish Trade Council’s Energy & Environment Team. He is responsible for the Biogas and Waste sectors. Andrew began his career as an investment banker holding senior positions as a corporate finance and M&A professional at various firms in New York and London executing equity, debt …Continue reading »
On June 13th, the Embassy of Denmark and the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University hosted a high-level panel debate on women and innovation with a focus on how entrepreneurship can provide important means for women to empower themselves in the future job market. Innovation …Continue reading »
Dear ADBC members,
It gives me great pleasure to bring this update to you. The first half of 2017 is coming to an end and what a memorable 6 months it has been, with a great number of events and important visits celebrating and strengthening the ties between Denmark and the United States.
Following the visit by the Danish Prime Minister …Continue reading »
Following a visit to Warrior Week in Virginia, the Danish Minister of Defense Claus Hjort Frederiksen had a series of meetings in Washington D.C., and the Minister used the occasion to visit ADBC member Terma North America the 5th of June, on the Danish Constitution Day. Terma North America Inc. is a subsidiary company of …Continue reading »
Members of Congress joined the Embassy of Denmark and numerous ADBC members for the inauguration of the Danish Caucus on the Hill. On May 19th, members and friends of the Congressional Friends of Denmark Caucus participated in the Caucus’ first event of the 155th Congress.Rep. Rick Larsen, Rep. Stacey Plaskett, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Rep. Annie …Continue reading »
Dear Members of American-Danish Business Council.
It is with pleasure that I share this ADBC Newsletter with you, which will provide insights on the past eventful months for both the Embassy and ADBC.
In this issue, you can read more about the recent visits to D.C. by a number of members of the Danish government, including our Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen. The Danish Prime minister was just the 9th head…Continue reading »
On June 13th, the Embassy of Denmark and the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University will host a high-level panel debate on female entrepreneurship with a focus on how entrepreneurship can provide important means for women to empower themselves and create jobs for both women and men. Confirmed panellists include CEO at Halcyon…Continue reading »
The Trade Council have long been offering Danish companies a direct connection to Washington D.C facilitating policy monitoring in the different sectors, strategic advice, and relations to U.S. Government, Congress Members, and other relevant partners. Please meet our two new team-members; Tine Hasling Rasmussen and Heidi Roborg Storgaard. …Continue reading »
Several states and cities in the US have been given goals of no longer disposing waste at disposal sites. Instead, waste should be recycled and resource utilized. According to the Danish Trade Council in the US, if Danish companies in the waste industry join forces in coming up with total system solutions…Continue reading »
Women’s rights to decide if they want children, when they want them and with whom they want them. That was on the agenda at a high-level roundtable meeting in the Danish Ambassador Lars Lose’s Residence on Friday April 21st. Together with the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla Tørnæs, Ambassador Lose hosted a roundtable discussion …Continue reading »