Below is a collection of various organizations and interest groups of significance to Danes working in Shanghai, Zhejiang and Jiangsu and others with a general interest in Denmark China Business Relations.
The China IPR SME Helpdesk provides European Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) with free, confidential, business-focused advice relating to China IPR.
The Consulate General serves both businesses and citizens.
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Danish-Chinese Business Forum (DCBF) is an independent, executive, non-profit organisation based in Copenhagen, Denmark that aims to strengthen commercial ties between Denmark, Southern Sweden and China.
Danish Export Association is a private, Danish nationwide organization that currently consists of approx.
DCCC Young Professional is a sub-division of DCCC Shanghai and we host social and professional events in Shanghai for young professionals with an interest in Denmark and Danish Chinese relations.
Anqing is located on the northern banks of the Yangtze River in Anhui province 430 km northwest of Shanghai – 238 km from Nanjing.
Haiyan County locates in the southeast of Changjiang Delta – app. 100 km away from Shanghai.
NCCC is a non-profit independent business network committed to build bridge between the business communities of the Nordic countries and the Chinese speaking countries and regions.
NIP consist of both NIP assambly facilities and NIP Business Center. Being a full service and facility provider they support Nordic businesses entering China.
Magazine covering Scandinavian residents in Southeast Asia.
Located in Suzhou, a city known as “the paradise on earth”, China Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) is an important economic cooperation project between Chinese and Singapore government.
The Danish Management Society (abbreviated “VL” from its Danish name) is Denmarks largest and leading-edge network for corporate managers and executives.
The Shanghai Overseas Returned Scholars Association (SORSA) is an NGO that came into being in 1913 on the initiative of some returned Chinese scholars and students from overseas.
Xuzhou is located in the northwestern part of Jiangsu Province with 2 1/2 hours with high speed rail to either Beijing or Shanghai and 1 hour to Nanjing.