What is the next-generation social system that digital Denmark is leading?
– Seeking CSFs necessary for the future growth and development of companies –
Date: July 25 (Thu) 19:00-20:30 (Open: 18:30)
Place: GBHT (1-9-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Otemachi Financial City Grand Cube 3F)
Attendance capacity: 50 people
Participation fee: free
Denmark topped the list of "The right country for business" selected by a major U.S. economic magazine, and was also ranked No. 1 in the World Bank's "Easy to do business in Europe" list.
It is known as a country with a high level of happiness in Japan, but it has a good business environment as a gateway to the EU.
The instructor, who has experience in supporting the EU expansion through projects with many companies, will explain about the attractiveness of the business development in Denmark and the future development, and the support system for the local expansion.
Denmark, a small country with a population of 5.8 million, formulated a national artificial intelligence strategy in March this year, and announced its commitment to the development of human-centered AI. Cyberphysical solutions developed on advanced social infrastructure, such as the No. 1 digital ranking in the EU for 3 consecutive years and the No. 1 digital governance in the world in 2018, will be very useful in predicting future social systems and creating new businesses.
In this seminar, we will provide you with the latest information on digital trends in Denmark and digital solutions that are expected to develop in Denmark.
In addition, as the official investment support organization of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we will introduce the initiatives and services of the “Invest in Denmark” which supports companies considering Denmark as their strategic base.
|19:02-19:50||(Lecture)Social System that Digital Denmark is Leading|
|19:50-20:10||(Questions and Answers)|
|20:10-20:30||(Networking & Business Card Exchange)|
*The contents are subject to change.
Introduction of Speaker
■ Kensuke Nakajima
Kensuke Nakajima, Director, Investment Department, Embassy of Denmark
After working for a telecommunications company and consulting company, he joined Invest in Denmark program in the Embassy of Denmark.
He has vast experience ranging from investment support centered on business matching, project based consulting support to customer business strategy, technology strategy and market entry strategy support particularly based on innovation.