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  • MDA to explore the Danish company Weibel’s Doppler radar technologies

    The picture shows Vice Admiral James Syring signing the agreement while General Bartram and the Danish Ambassador to the United States, Peter Taksøe-Jensen, flank the Admiral. Vice Admiral James Syring, Director of the Missile Defense Agency, visited the Danish Embassy in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between […]

  • December Greeting

    My warm greetings to all the members and friends of the American-Danish Business Council The holidays are approaching and so is the end of another productive year in the ADBC. I look back at our ADBC achievements and events this year with satisfaction and look forward to the year ahead anticipating even more progress towards […]

  • Webinar on Cross Border Disputes and Litigation Risk

    In September the American-Danish Business Council had the pleasure of co-hosting a webinar on Cross Border Disputes and Litigation Risks together with ADBC-member and international law firm King & Spalding. Cross border disputes differs from domestic disputes and therefore it is important for companies to be able to pre- vent and resolve it efficiently. This […]

  • ADBC Newsletter Q3 2013

    ADBC Newsletter Q3 2013

  • The Result of a Successful Partnership

    Thursday evening, August 29, the residence served as a beautiful setting for a reception to celebrate the Euro- pean approval of Bavarian Nordic’s new IMVANEX smallpox vaccine. The vaccine, called IMVAMUNE® in the U.S., has been developed through a suc- cessful ten-year partnership be- tween Bavarian Nordic and the U.S. Government supported by the Danish […]

  • Trade Council Atlanta’s New Offices

    The Trade Council of Den- mark in Atlanta opened its doors to partners, business associates and friends. The reception marked the official inauguration of the new offices located at 3630 Peachtree Road N.E. These new premises also host a number of Danish businesses through the Trade Council’s Accelerator program, as well as the Danish American […]

  • A New Era for EU-US Trade

    On October 7th the Confederation of Danish Industries (DI) held a high level conference on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). At their newly opened office in Industriens Hus, business leaders and decision makers met to send a message of support for the transatlantic negotiations. Ambassador Peter Taksøe-Jensen participated in the conference sharing a […]

  • Grundfos Opens North American Headquarter

    Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump technology, recently opened its North American head- quarters in the Chicago area, a region that is quickly emerging as an important hub for the water industry. The $4 billion, Denmark-based company chose Downers Grove, a western suburb of Chicago, for its proximity to the resurgent manufacturing sector surrounding […]

  • Denmark Makes its Expert Knowledge Available to the State of Maryland

    The Trade Council has been involved in the planning of the new offshore wind farm in Maryland. “At a very early stage Maryland was in contact with us in Chicago to learn about how to best build an offshore wind farm,” says Claus Andersen, director of the Trade Council’s Wind Energy Advisory team, which is […]

  • Rufus Gifford – The New U.S. Ambassador to Denmark

    Rufus Gifford was confirmed by the United States Senate on August 1, 2013, and sworn in on August 15, 2013, as the U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark. Ambassador Gifford most recently served as Finance Chair of the Presidential Inaugural Committee. He served as Finance Director for Obama for America from 2011 to 2012, […]