Denmark is exclusive partner country at the first-ever Smart Country Convention – a conference and trade fair for the digitization of public services, taking place in Germany’s capital Berlin 20-22 November, 2018. On this occasion, the Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen will head a Danish trade promotion delegation to Berlin. The organizing team is happy to invite Danish companies to join this unique and official trade promotion opportunity.
The program runs over three days from the 20th to 22nd of November 2018. The Danish trade promotion is organized in three sector tracks matching the themes of Smart Country Convention. During the three days, the Trade Promotion organizes both joint activities and separate sector-specific activities.
Smart Country Convention, an international convention for the digitization of public services, takes place on 20-22 of November 2018 in CityCube Berlin, bringing together digital business solutions and ideas, politics, trade organizations and the public sector during three action-packed days. This is your chance to benefit from the huge digitization potential in Germany.READ MORE
The Danish trade promotion delegation focuses on business and innovation solutions with an extraordinary potential for Danish-German cooperation. The delegation will represent established and tested digital solutions from Danish businesses that meet service needs in the German public sector.
The trade promotion activities, seminars and events aim at three focus sectors. More info below.
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