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Danish Maritime Forum in new surroundings

Danish Maritime Forum in new surroundings

05-02-2015 08:00:00


The new cruise terminal at Nordhavn forms the maritime border when the global top leaders meet for the next Danish Maritime Forum, taking place in Copenhagen on 7 and 8 October. With only five meters to Øresund, the world's maritime executives feel at home when participating in the Danish Maritime Forum 2015.

"Danish Maritime Forum should challenge and inspire global executives to come up with new ideas and solutions to some of the biggest challenges of which the global maritime industry is facing. It requires very specific surroundings, which we have found in terminals at the new quay at Nordhavn," says Michael Søsted who is Secretary of the Danish Maritime Days, which is behind the Danish Maritime Forum.

During the summer the terminals are center of the large number of cruise ships that dock in Copenhagen each year. In addition, the architects have designed the premises so that they can accommodate events with specific requirements, such as Danish Maritime Forum.

"The terminals give us some unique opportunities to create a space where participants firstly can collaborate and share ideas, and secondly, can be inspired by discussions on the main stage. At the same time the terminal's maritime character is ideal for this purpose," says Michael Søsted.

Danish Maritime Forum is part of the Danish Maritime Days, which takes place from 5 to 9 October.

Source: Danish Maritime Days / Maritime Denmark


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