Danish companies among the world’s most innovative
A new analysis conducted by the international business magazine, Forbes, places Coloplast, Carlsberg and Novo Nordisk among the 100 most innovative companies in the world. Furthermore, the rankings make Denmark the Nordic leader in innovation.
New Danish House of Green will showcase sustainable solutions
Denmark’s first interactive visitor and exhibition centre for green solutions, the House of Green, is now open to the public. It was inaugurated on 5th September 2013 by H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, the Minister for Climate, Energy and Buildings, Martin Lidegaard, and the Minister for the Environment, Ida Auken.
New long-haul routes to the US to bring Denmark DKK 61 million in extra turnover
Norwegian's two new direct routes from Copenhagen to Los Angeles and New York will benefit the Danish economy by 33,000 more American tourists annually and an additional DKK 61 million in turnover.
Barnaby travels to Copenhagen
Midsomer Murders, in Denmark known as ‘Barnaby’, travels to Copenhagen for a unique joint episode created with the producers of The Killing (Forbrydelsen).
Copenhagen awarded Climate Leadership Prize
The city of Copenhagen has won the Carbon Measurement and Planning category in a new Leadership Prize Award as a result of its comprehensive and targeted carbon reduction master plan, the CPH 2025 Climate Plan. Copenhagen aims to become the first carbon neutral capital city by 2025.