Date(s) - 20/02/2018
3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
2017 was a good year for Indo-Danish relations. In January, 20 large Danish companies participated in the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, and in November, Denmark was one of the three partner countries participating in the World Food India Conference. Both these delegations were headed by a Danish minister.
Just as important, the SME’s – that form the bulk of the Danish enterprises – are showing increased interest in India. In November, Copenhagen Fintech organized a tour to Bangalore and Mumbai, and early December Coconut Bootcamp sent a HealthTech/ GreenTech-delegation to Bangalore. Also, Asia House has been building a platform for Danish SME’s accessing the Indian Smart City program.
In this seminar, Asia House together with the Indian Embassy in Copenhagen, take a further look at these activities. We explore how business delegations may be translated into concrete business opportunities and consider our options for ensuring a fruitful 2018.
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|15:40||Welcome by Susanne Rumohr Hækkerup, Executive Director, Asia House|
|15:45||Keynote speaker: H.E. Ajit Gupte, Ambassador of India to Denmark, on opportunities in India for Danish SME’s – and vice versa|
|15:55||Kasper Wodstrup Rost from Calcabis on take-aways from Copenhagen Fintech delegation|
|16:15||Steen Thygesen from Audientes on take-aways from Coconut Bootcamp tour|
|16:35||Neelabh Singh from Quercus Group on Smart City project|
|16:55||Panel discussion with: Calcabis, Steen Thygesen, Neelabh Singh, Mikkel Gade (Coconut Bootcamp) & Simon Schou (Copenhagen Fintech)|
|17:15||Refreshments and networking|