1 The voice for international business YEARBOOK Membership Directory 2010 AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN DENMARK
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5 The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (AmCham Denmark) is a non-profit, non-governmental business association representing an array of companies actively investing in Denmark and the United States. Established in 1999, AmCham Denmark is part of the global AmCham network present in more than 100 countries and headquartered in Washington D.C. As the voice for international business in Denmark AmCham is committed to building a competitive business environment in Denmark, and to doing its part to minimize barriers to international trade. 3
6 4 Managing Editor: Chris Eberhart Writers: The AmCham Team Layout & Design: Woer+Gregorius Printing: Team Rapo Contact Information: AmCham Denmark, Christians Brygge 26, 1559 Copenhagen V, Denmark, Phone (+45) , Fax (+45) , / The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. We apologize for any errors or omissions.
7 CONTENTS 5 Message from the Ambassador Board of Directors Message from the AmCham Team AmCham Denmark Year in Review AmCham Denmark 2009 Special Section: AmCham Speaks Out AmCham Denmark Membership AmCham Denmark Members Membership Directory AmCham s Global Network Other Key Contacts
8 Letter from the AMBASSADOR 6 I look forward to working with all of you to promote President Obama s agenda. What an extraordinary year 2009 was for the U.S.-Denmark relationship. President Obama visited Copenhagen twice. We also welcomed the First Lady, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, five other cabinet members, Senators Kerry, Bond, and Inhofe, twenty members of Congress, governors, mayors, Chicagoans and Oprah. The visits of these and many other Americans in government, business, sports, and culture have provided great opportunities to celebrate and deepen the friendship among Danes and Americans. The alliance between the United States and Denmark has never been stronger. My thanks to AmCham for your continued support to the Embassy since my arrival on July 29, 2009, especially for co-sponsoring the USA Booth at Bright Green during COP-15. I look forward to many more joint efforts to promote American business opportunities in Denmark. Despite the economic difficulties many companies have faced over the past year, there is a sense of continued optimism among AmCham members. I share your positive view that 2010 will be a better year than last year and that we can now see the international tides changing. We at the U.S. Embassy will continue to press forward on many fronts, but in particular in helping to build even more robust commercial ties between the United States and Denmark. This will include major as well as smaller events to bring together innovative American and Danish firms to find ways they can partner in building better, smarter, more sustainable products that will benefit consumers in both countries and beyond, particularly in the clean energy sector. We also look forward to acting on President Obama s program to help put Americans back to work and our nation back on a path to sustainable economic growth. A key element in supporting this effort will be the implementation of the National Export Initiative (NEI), launched in his recent State of the Union address to Congress. The NEI aims to double U.S.
9 American Chiefs of Mission at Rydhave Minister Monett B. Davis (1945) / Ambassador Josiah Marvel, Jr. ( ) / Ambassador Eugenie Andersen ( ) / Ambassador Robert Coe ( ) / Ambassador Val Peterson ( ) / Ambassador William McCormick Blair, Jr. ( ) / Ambassador Katherine E. White ( ) / Ambassador Angier Biddle Duke ( ) / Ambassador Guilford Dudley, Jr. ( ) / Ambassador Fred J. Russel ( ) / Ambassador Philip K. Growe ( ) / Ambassador John G. Dean ( ) / Ambassador Warren D. Manshel ( ) Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr. ( ) / Ambassador Terence Todman ( ) / Ambassador Keith L. Brown ( ) / Ambassador Richard B. Stone ( ) / Ambassador Edward E. Elson ( ) / Ambassador Richard N. Swett ( ) / Ambassador Stuart Bernstein ( ) / Ambassador James P. Cain ( ) / Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton (2009-) 7 exports over the next five years and support two million jobs in the U.S. This will be a whole of government approach to promoting U.S. exports, including the creation of an Export Promotion Cabinet reporting to the President consisting of top leaders from the Agriculture, Commerce, State, and Treasury and Departments, the Export-Import Bank, the office of the United States Trade Representative, and the Small Business Administration. It will also provide substantially more resources for the Commerce Department to help U.S. firms increase exports. As Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke announced, the initiative will include three areas of focus: A more robust effort by the U.S. Government to expand its trade advocacy in all its forms, including educating U.S. companies about opportunities overseas, direct-ly connecting them with new customers, and advocating more forcefully for their interests; Improving access to credit in the wake of the financial crisis, especially for small- and medium-sized businesses that want to export; Continuing the rigorous enforcement of international trade laws to help remove barriers that prevent U.S. companies from getting open and fair access to foreign markets. These areas are consistent with AmCham s priorities, and I look forward to working with all of you to promote President Obama s agenda. As Secretary Locke said when announcing the NEI, From the advent of the phone, to the automobile, to new drug therapies and the Internet, America s strength has always been its peoples ability to create and sell products and services that help others around the world lead healthier, wealthier and more productive lives. This describes the best of American business. I thank and congratulate each of you for playing your part in living up to this aspiration. Laurie S. Fulton Before being appointed U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, Ms. Fulton was a Partner at Williams & Connolly LLP, where she had a national practice in complex civil litigation, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense. In 2004, she was named one of Washington s Top Lawyers by the Washingtonian magazine. Ms. Fulton has co-chaired the Criminal Litigation Committee of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. She was appointed and confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve on the Board of Directors of the United States Institute of Peace from 2004 to 2008, and serves as Co-Chair of USIP s International Advisory Council. She has been active in nonprofits and community organizations such as Bright Beginnings, Inc., Girl Scouts Women s Advisory Board, Alumni Admissions Interview Program at Georgetown Law School and the South Dakota Farmers Union Foundation. Prior to entering the field of law, Ms. Fulton worked on Capitol Hill and as Executive Director of Peace Links and Access, A Security Information Exchange. Ms. Fulton holds a B.A. from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a J.D., magna cum laude from Georgetown University.
10 8 Interim Chairman Mark Luscombe Citi Country Officer Citi Message from the Board The AmCham Denmark organization has made great strides in its policy and advocacy work in 2009 under the leadership of Stephen Brugger and the dedication of its capable staff. This is especially evident in the high level access it has achieved within the Danish government. AmCham met no less than seven times in 2009 with key decision-makers in Danish politics, voicing the concerns of its members, building relationships and strengthening its position as the leading voice for international business in Denmark. The progress AmCham has made in the past is just a beginning. We believe that our efforts will lead to more growth and new opportunities for our members and for Denmark as a whole. AmCham remains committed to this crucially important purpose and with your active support will continue to make great strides in the coming year. AmCham Denmark Lifetime Honorary Members: 2001 Ambassador Richard N. Swett 2002 Christopher Beede, Embassy Economic Officer 2003 Elias Panayotopoulos (Chairman ) 2005 Ambassador Stuart Bernstein 2005 Jonathan Grover (Chairman ) 2005 Deputy Chief of Mission Sally Mathiasen Light 2006 Dan O Day, Roche (Board Member and Healthcare Committee Chair ) 2006 Greg Burton, Embassy Economic Officer (Ex-officio Liaison Board Member ) 2007 Paul Coleman, Biogen Idec (Chairman ) 2008 James P. Cain, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, U.S. Embassy ( ) 2010 Julie Edwards, GlaxoSmithKline Pharma (Board Chairman, Healthcare Committee Chair )
11 AmCham Denmark BOARD OF DIRECTORS 9 Allan Agerholm CEO & Managing Director, Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers Bill Allen Senior Vice President HR A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S Ivor Canavan Vice President & COO, CSC Thomas Gregers Honoré Oracle Danmark Kristian Scheef Madsen McDonald s Danmark A/S Charlotte Mark, Microsoft Development Center Finn Meyer Partner KPMG Dorthe Mikkelsen Vice President Europe, MSD Paul Schofield General Manager Hess Denmark ApS Lene Skole Executive Vice President, CFO Coloplast A/S Kim Østrup Vice President IBM Danmark A/S Ex-officio Liaison Shawn Waddoups First Secretary for Economic and Commercial Affairs U.S. Embassy
12 Bo Kristensen IT Manager Scott Dille Policy & Government Affairs Manager CHRIS EBERHART Deputy Director Dorte Frederiksen Administrative Assistant 10
13 STEPHEN BRUGGER Executive Director Message from the AMCHAM TEAM 11 For AmCham Denmark 2009 was a significant milestone our tenth year. The many of you that participated in the anniversary celebration in May got to experience firsthand the journey that has made AmCham the organization it has become and what an active and satisfying journey! It was a journey that could not have been made without the active participation and loyal support of our members. Building on the momentum from the first decade, AmCham Denmark has entered its second decade at full speed, with a solid foundation for sustainable growth, not just in absolute numbers but more importantly, in stature, moving us closer to achieving our vision to become We hope that you will find this 2010 Yearbook & Membership Directory to be an interesting and informative resource for your business. the leading voice for international business in Denmark. In this edition of AmCham Denmark s Yearbook & Membership Directory we look back at 2009 and some of our key achievements. Our efforts this past year took many forms, including policy-driven meetings with key ministers and political decisionmakers, as well as business leaders; stimulating, high-level networking events; and top notch promotion and profiling opportunities for our members was also a year for Am- Cham to review and improve the way in which we communicate with our members. The migration to the html based Business Brief was one step in this process that has allowed AmCham to communicate important news and upcoming activities quickly, easily, effectively and timely to the members. More importantly, AmCham invested in its most important communications tool in 2009 the new which was officially launched on January 25, Some noteworthy enhancements include easier navigation, a more comprehensive delivery of valuable information for our members and stakeholders, and more effective profiling for our sponsors. We are very pleased with the new functionality, look and feel we d love to hear what you think! On a personal note, we would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge all of the warm, working relationships we enjoy with our members, and the valuable relationships we share with our key partners and colleagues. These boost all our efforts and are precisely why we look forward to building on our progress year after year. We hope that you will find this 2010 Yearbook & Membership Directory to be an interesting and informative resource for your business. Last but not least, thank you to our sponsors for making this publication possible and thanks to you, our members, for your continuing participation and support. The AmCham Team
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16 14 YEAR IN REVIEW Events & Milestones January April May Patron Member New Year s Reception at Rydhave Ambassador Cain hosts board of director s round table and Patron member reception. Policy: AmCham Healthcare Committee releases White Paper February Super Bowl XLII AmCham partners with DAFF to watch the Arizona Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Super Bowl Sunday. Sponsored by Scandic Copenhagen, Coca Cola, Budweiser, Andersen Martini, and NationPhone. Outlook 2009 Corporate Finance Priorities Experts recommend strategies to navigate the troubled economic waters. Hosted by ISS. Policy Round Table w/ Social Liberal Party Leader AmCham staff and key executives meet with Margrethe Vestager to discuss AmCham policy initiatives. March Outlook 2009 Weatherproofing the Workplace in an Economic Downturn Executives discuss why and how to communicate in a troubled economy. Hosted by EDS. AmCham Staff Speaks Out on U.S. Business Culture AmCham s Chris Eberhart and Scott Dille speak at Medicon Valley Alliance s U.S. Business Culture workshop. Annual General Meeting Head of Sustainability for Maersk Lines, Søren Stig Nielsen, addresses how Maersk is approaching climate change. Hosted by A.P. Moller-Maersk. Policy Round Table w/ Economic and Business Affairs Minister AmCham board and staff members meet to discuss key issues with Minister Lene Espersen. ESAC th Annual Executive Seminars in Analytical Chemistry The Analytical Instruments Committee hosts more than 200 at Copenhagen s Veterinary University. AmCham Launches Chicago 2016 Taskforce Delivering on the Energy and Climate Change Challenge AmCham partners with Climate Consortium for this exclusive breakfast briefing. Policy Round Table w/ Minister for Health and Prevention AmCham Healthcare Committee meets with Minister Jakob Axel Nielsen to discuss recently released white paper. Policy Round Table with USDOC AmCham helps to identify trade barriers in a meeting with the U.S. Department of Commerce s Market Access and Compliance officials. Nominations open for 2009 Foreign Company of the Year AmCham Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary AmCham marks the beginning if its second decade at its anniversary celebration held at Tivoli Gardens. June ECACC Meets in DC European AmChams talk tax and trans-atlantic trade with government officials at their annual U.S. conference. Independence Day Family Picnic More than 800 guests of all ages enjoy food, sun and fun at the Ambassador s residence, Rydhave.
17 2009 Calender 15 August AmCham Meets New Ambassador AmCham staff and board members hold introduction meeting with new U.S. Ambassador Laurie S. Fulton. AmCham Cup 2009 Cunningham Lindsey wins the prestigious AmCham Cup. Head sponsor: Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers. September OSAC Nordic Summit OSAC committee members from the Nordics meet in Helsinki for the 4th annual Summit. 3rd Annual Foreign Investors Summit 120 executives, diplomats and government officials attend this year s Summit entitled Diagnosing the Danish Healthcare System. OSAC Briefing Preparing for Flu Season Executives meet to discuss the threat of Influenza A on business continuity. AmCham Board Chairman named to Prime Minister s Growth Forum Policy Round Table w/ Minister for Education AmCham HR Committee meets with Minister Haarder to discuss international school capacity. October AmCham Supports Chicago s Bid for 2016 Olympics 2009 Ambassador s Reception & Foreign Company of the Year Award Iron Mountain accepts the 2009 Award at the annual reception. Sponsored by Continental Airlines and Riskpoint. ECACC Fall Meeting in Malta Meet the Leaders w/ GE CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt AmCham partners with GE and Mandag Morgen to present GE s initiatives on climate change and the role business needs to play in addressing the climate challenge. November Policy Round Table w/ Justice Minister AmCham executives meet with Minister Brian Mikkelsen to discuss the issue of non- EU driver s license exchange. Family Thanksgiving Dinner 320 participate in AmCham s 8th annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner at the Marriott Copenhagen hotel. Head sponsor: Coca Cola Nordic Services. Policy: AmCham Releases Member Company Survey Results Warns jobs and investments at risk! OSAC Denmark Executive Briefing With more than 30,000 activists scheduled to show for COP 15, experts tell executives what they need to know to be prepared. December COP 15 AmCham Executive Director participates in various COP 15 activities including an executive round table with U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke. Bright Green AmCham partners with U.S. Embassy in the USA Pavilion at DI s Bright Green conference during COP 15.
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19 AmCham Denmark ACCESS Throughout the year, AmCham Denmark worked to provide members access to key business and political leaders through a series of meetings and events. Whether speaking out on behalf of its members, facilitating personal face-to-face contact, or just drawing attention to the important contributions international companies make to Denmark, its economy and its ability to compete, AmCham excelled in CONNECTIONS 2009 presented outstanding opportunities for AmCham members to connect with other high level executives, diplomats and politicians in a variety of settings. From AmCham s 10th anniversary celebration to the IOC and COP 15 in Copenhagen to technical knowledge exchange conferences like the Analytical Instruments Committee s ESAC and critical information sharing OSAC events, the strength of AmCham s network was clear. SERVICE AmCham makes it a priority to provide top-notch service to its member companies. Whether assisting with high level executive visits, providing high quality opportunities for company promotion, or helping companies get their key messages out to AmCham s extensive membership network, AmCham members benefitted in 2009.
20 1 2 1 MP Jonas Dahl (SF) presents his party s position on healthcare. 2 Søren Kjeldsen Eltorp,, Iron Mountain; AmCham Chairman Julie Edwards, VP & General Manager, Glaxo- SmithKlein Pharma; Niels Eltorp, Chairman, Iron Mountain. 3 (L to R) Kim Østrup, IBM Denmark; Lene Espersen, Minister for Economic & Business Affairs; Scott Dille, AmCham Denmark; Julie Edwards, GlaxoSmithKline; Kristian Madsen, McDonalds Denmark; Birgitte Thygesen, Biogen Idec; and Mark Luscombe, Citi. 18 3
21 Policy & Advocacy Access to Key Decision Makers 19 AmCham Denmark s policy efforts gained momentum in 2009 starting with the January Board of Directors round table with then Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen. AmCham s efforts and access to key decision makers continued throughout the year, communicating members issues at several key opportunities and paving a solid path for a stronger voice for international business in Some important policy highlights of 2009 include round table meetings with Margrethe Vestager, Social Liberal Party Leader in February; Minister for Business and Economic Affairs, Lene Espersen, in May; Minister for Education, Bertel Haarder, in September; and Minister for Justice, Brian Mikkelsen, in November. Each of these meetings focused on communicating the issues that face internationally operating companies in Denmark, Danish and non-danish, as they pursue solutions to Denmark s shortage of highly qualified labor. These meetings have spurred action in several areas including non-eu driver s license exchange and international school capacity. Additionally, AmCham s Healthcare Committee dedicated 2009 to pushing for solutions to issues in the Danish healthcare system, specifically those issues that prevent the timely integration of innovative treatments and the practices involved in performing clinical trials that prolong and complicate the process. In a round table meeting with Minister for Health and Prevention Jakob Axel Nielsen in April the committee outlined the challenges and the real threat of diminishing investments in Denmark if these issues are not addressed. To further emphasize their importance, Am- Cham dedicated the 2009 Foreign Investors Summit to these issues. Diagnosing the Danish Healthcare System was held in September in the historic Landstingsal in Christiansborg and featured focused discussions with both politicians and the General Director for the Danish National Board of Health, Jesper Fisker. To round out the year, Am- Cham presented its 2009 Foreign Company of the Year award to Iron Mountain A/S at the traditional Ambassador s reception at Rydhave in October. A true testament to the contributions that international business makes to Denmark, Iron Mountain s Managing Director Søren Eltorp, eloquently accepted the award on behalf of the company s employees, partners, and loyal customers. Danish National Board of Health General Director, Jesper Fisker, presents the challenges and dilemmas to the Danish healthcare system.
22 1 2 1 U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke stresses the need for supporting innovation and clean-tech to reach climate change goals. (photo Pamela Juhl) 2 General Electric Chairman and CEO, Jeff Immelt calls for an agreement at COP California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger shakes hands with AmCham Vice Chair Mark Luscombe. (photo Pamela Juhl) 20 3
23 AmCham s Trans-Atlantic Access Strengthened in Ample opportunities presented themselves in 2009 for AmCham to take part in discussions on issues of trans-atlantic importance. Its access to the right officials throughout the year gave AmCham Denmark a clear line for communicating both the issues, and some proposed solutions to barriers affecting trade across the pond. Hosting the United Nation s COP 15 conference, Copenhagen was a year-round hot spot for climate and energy policy. Already in February AmCham Denmark had its first meeting with U.S. climate policy experts Stephen Eule from the U.S. Chamber s Institute for 21st Century Energy and Norine Kennedy from the U.S. Council for International Business to discuss the challenges to reaching an agreement at COP 15. Rounding out the spring, AmCham and partner Climate Consortium delivered an executive breakfast briefing on the Energy and Climate Change Challenge featuring experts Mark Spelman, Accenture, and Katherine Richardson, Copenhagen University. AmCham kicked into high gear in the fall with several events focusing on climate change. From a business perspective, climate change legislation can have far reaching implications. In a joint event with General Electric, CEO Jeffrey Immelt and COP 15 Host, Danish Climate Minister Connie Hedegaard, discussed just what steps GE has taken to be a leader in implementing climate change initiatives throughout the corporation. Finally, AmCham pulled out all the stops, closely cooperating with the U.S. Embassy to produce the USA Pavilion at Bright Green, DI s Climate Conference held during COP 15. This cooperation allowed AmCham to continue to build upon its trans-atlantic ties in meetings with, among others, Gary Locke, U.S. Secretary of Commerce and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California. Thomas Weirich, ACORE; Brad Bowers, FedEx; Stig Jørgensen, Dell; Ambassador Fulton; U.S. Commerce Secretary Locke and Stephen Brugger, AmCham Denmark. (photo Pamela Juhl)
24 The winning team Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen. Sun, wind, challenging holes the perfect day on the course. 22
25 AmCham Execs Connect at AmCham Cup Sun, wind, challenging holes and networking characterized the 2009 AmCham Cup golf tournament. 31 teams consisting of 124 golfers a cross-section of Denmark s business community competed in the eighth annual tournament. They gathered on August 20 at the exclusive Simon s Golf Club in Humlebæk, north of Copenhagen. Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers was the main sponsor. Team Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen was this year s winner of the highly coveted AmCham Cup. Each player walked away with a personal trophy and a grand prize of a weekend getaway for four at the new Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers hotel. Grontmij Carl Bro came in second, with Rønne & Lundgren third. Prizes were awarded to the top 12 teams. The day started with a continental breakfast buffet at the club s Lakeside Restaurant, followed by a briefing from AmCham s Executive Director Stephen Brugger, a quick warm-up on the driving range, and a 9 a.m. Shotgun Start tee off. After completing their rounds, the golfers relaxed with a well deserved cold beverage and some flavorful Danish sandwiches on the patio at the Albatross Bar. Head Sponsor: Prize Sponsors: Agility Logistics Air France KLM Blockbuster Video Continental Airlines Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen Discovery Networks Nordic Gen Re Hobart Motorola PricewaterhouseCoopers RiskPoint Rønne & Lundren Sealed Air WINNERS 2002 Fair Forsikring 2003 Motorola 2004 Motorola 2005 Hewlett-Packard 2006 Chevron 2007 CA Northern Europe 2008 Horton International 2009 Cunningham Lindsey Leif Hansen
26 1 2 1 Flemming Dahl Jensen, Corporate Security, A.P. Møller Mærsk; Paul Schofield, General Manager, Hess Denmark; Volker Dinstuhl, Security Manager, Copenhagen Marriott Hotel; and Wes Gould, Coordinator for Western Europe, OSAC. 2 ESAC 2009 featured the latest developments within Life Science/Biotech, Pharmaceutical, and Food/Environmental applications. 3 The Dionex company booth at the ninth annual Executive Seminars in Analytical Chemistry. 24 3
27 AmCham s Professional Networking hits New Heights in One message was clear in 2009 no matter what else happens, business goes on. That s what AmCham members experienced in a number of informative and insightful, high-quality events. In February, AmCham held the first Outlook 2009 at ISS with a look at successfully navigating a company through the economic downturn. Experts addressed the challenges and pitfalls of developing business strategies within a time of economic uncertainty and some good advice for minimizing bad decisions. The second Outlook 2009 held at EDS took this a step further, looking at how, when, and what to communicate internally and externally during an economic downturn. Both events were well attended by the who s who in AmCham s member network. AmCham committees were also stellar forums for information exchange. In its ninth annual Executive Seminars in Analytical Chemistry (ESAC), the Analytical Instruments Committee shared the latest greatest technologies with about 220 leading scientific researchers. Equally active in 2009 was the OSAC Denmark Security Council, which in three timely events informed leading executives about the current state of security in Denmark, and how best to manage the security and business continuity challenges that might follow an influenza epidemic and the masses anticipated in Copenhagen during COP 15. Carsten Stendevad, global head of Citigroup s Financial Strategy Group, discusses corporate finance priorities for 2009
28 1 2 1 More than 100 AmCham executives attended the Annual General Meeting at A. P. Møller-Mærsk in March. 2 Brian Daniel Moran, Boeing Defense, together with Tom Bell and Jerry C. Vincent from Boeing Military Aircraft. 3 Members of AmCham s Board of Directors
29 A Decade to Remember 27 AmCham hit a key milestone in years of representing international business in Denmark. We felt this was a milestone worth celebrating, so that is exactly what we did. We celebrated both at the Annual General Meeting held at A.P. Møller- Mærsk in March and at the Anniversary Celebration and reception held at Tivoli Castle in May, reminiscing AmCham s past and looking forward to its next decade. We also celebrated the companies and individuals in our membership, honoring their commitment and support throughout the years.
30 1 2 1 The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel chefs whip up their famous BBQ ribs. 2 Ulrik Fleischer-Michaelsen from Rønne & Lundgren Law Firm and Steffen Ring from Motorola take time to relax and enjoy the Independence Day festivities. 3 Kids of all Ages Enjoy AmCham s Independence Day Picnic (photo Pamela Juhl) 28 Sponsors: Serious networking and fun in the sun that was the name of the game at the 2009 Independence Day Family Picnic at Rydhave. More than 800 guests comprised of high level members of the diplomatic and international business communities and their families filled Rydhave s beautiful gardens, enjoying great food, fun, and prizes donated by AmCham s generous sponsors. Abbott Ben & Jerry s Beringer Boeing Budweiser Callaway Golf Chicago 2016 Chicago Blues Cruise Copenhagen Marriott Coca-Cola DAFF Domino s Pizza Hewlett-Packard Icelandair Lexmark Mars Danmark McDonald s Danmark Microsoft Motorola Segway Sigurd Müller / Sebastiani The Diplomat Weber
31 1 2 1 The first of 43 whole roast turkeys a total of 280 kilograms! 2 Brad & Nancy Achorn, Ambassador Fulton and Frank & Mona Jacobsen. 3 Tamra Rosanes provides the musical entertainment for the dinner. 29 Families Connect on Independence Day and Thanksgiving in Warm holiday hygge described the mood at the 8th annual AmCham Family Thanksgiving Dinner at the Copenhagen Marriott in November. Children engaged in games and crafts while their parents a cross section of the international business community engaged in lively conversation as yet another fabulous Thanksgiving meal was enjoyed. Main Sponsor: Prize sponsors: Air France KLM Budweiser Colgate-Palmolive Copenhagen Marriott DELL Lay s Microsoft Møbeltransport Danmark House of Relocation McDonald s Radisson Blu Royal Hotel The Diplomat Toms Child care provided by: DIS
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