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1 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle THE PLACE TO INVEST AND GROW YOUR BUSINESS

2 Copenhagen Capacity 2 DENMARK IS LOCATED IN NORTHERN EUROPE Denmark is a part of Scandinavia Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark Scandinavia: 25 million people Baltic Sea Region: 70 million people EU: 500 million people Copenhagen - the gateway to Scandinavia

3 Copenhagen Capacity COPENHAGEN - WHERE BUSINESS IS HOT AND LIFE IS COOL 3

4 Copenhagen Capacity 4 COPENHAGEN OFFERS SOMETHING VERY UNIQUE Ease & flexibility Productive work culture Balanced lifestyle Leader in global growth sectors

5 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle COPENHAGEN -SYNONYMOUS WITH EASE AND FLEXIBILITY

6 Copenhagen Capacity 6 A LEAN SOCIETY Lean is the Copenhagen way of life Establishing a business is easy Dialogue between lawmakers and businesses High quality and usability of public institutions A stable economy with low inflation Minimum administration costs No corruption Low administrative burdens for businesses

7 Copenhagen Capacity 7 EASY TRANSLATES INTO WORLD-CLASS Easy to establish a business Easy to interact with government Red tape is at a minimum Denmark will be the best place in the world to conduct business over the next five years, 2008- 2012. The Economist, July 2008

8 Copenhagen Capacity One of the most attractive aspects of Denmarks business environment is its labour marketDenmark's "flexicurity model" has become the yardstick for reforms in other European countries in recent years. The Economist, June 2008 The Economist, June 2008 8 WORLD-CLASS LABOUR FLEXIBILITY

9 Copenhagen Capacity 9 SETTING UP A BUSINESS IS EASY

10 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle A PRODUCTIVE AND INNOVATIVE WORK CULTURE

11 Copenhagen Capacity 11 REDEFINING EFFICIENCY Employees take responsibility Result-oriented innovation Team performance Cross-functional orientation Deadline driven Denmark offers.. staff with a work ethic that is above what you normally expect, says Guy Auger, former manager of Dell A/S

12 Copenhagen Capacity 12 TALENTED AND MOTIVATED WORK FORCE

13 Copenhagen Capacity TALENTED AND MOTIVATED WORK FORCE 13

14 Copenhagen Capacity 14 A CULTURE THAT BREEDS EFFICIENCY In spite of the Danes working fewer hours, they are more productive. This is shown in the amount of profit we generate per working hour. It is three times higher here in Denmark, where we have a better educated and more motivated workforce Pete George, Former Nordic President of CSC

15 Copenhagen Capacity 15 A CULTURE THAT BREEDS EFFICIENCY

16 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle A BALANCED LIFESTYLE

17 Copenhagen Capacity 17 ATTRACT TALENTED STAFF BY LOCATING YOUR COMPANY IN COPENHAGEN The ability to recruit and attract talented staff is crucial when locating your business. Copenhagen offers an advanced lifestyle that is highly attractive.

18 Copenhagen Capacity 18 AN ADVANCED LIFESTYLE Flexible working hours Work/life balance Green metropolis An international hotspot for professionals Short commuting time

19 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle A LEADER IN GLOBAL GROWTH SECTORS

20 Copenhagen Capacity 20 A LEADER IN… Biotech Medical technology Information and communication technologies Design Cleantech Copenhagen is a leader due to a tradition of user focus in innovations and a decade-long dedication to sustainable solutions

21 Copenhagen Capacity 21 LIFE SCIENCE: MEDICON VALLEY Copenhagen and Southern Sweden One of the three leading life science clusters in Europe 155 (red) biotech & pharma companies 205 medtech companies Mature product pipeline

22 Copenhagen Capacity 22 MEDICON VALLEYS KEY RESEARCH AREAS Diabetes Applied neuroscience Cancer research Immunology and inflammation Personalised medicine

23 Copenhagen Capacity 23 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY – USER-DRIVEN INNOVATION High focus on user needs in product development has developed the industry New innovations are created by combining technologies within biotech and traditional medical technologies Denmark is the country in the world that produces most medical devices per capita. Source: www.medicoindustrien.dk

24 Copenhagen Capacity 24 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY – USER-DRIVEN INNOVATION Medical disposables Diagnostics and monitoring equipment Hearing aids Assistive technology Since 1985 Novo Nordisk, one of the worlds leading insulin producers, has been producing the novopen, which enables safe and precise insulin injection.

25 Copenhagen Capacity 25 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES Long-time knowledge is used in the development of innovative solutions Utilise cross-sector teams, involve users and draw on strong design traditions ICT in Denmark: Turnover 2009: 22.8 billion

26 Copenhagen Capacity 26 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES Wireless technology development Photonics and semiconductors development Acoustics and nano/micro technology Software development As of 2010, Denmark is the number two country when it comes to e- readiness, according to the global rankings from the Economist Intelligence Unit

27 Copenhagen Capacity 27 COPENHAGEN -A MAGNET FOR ICT FDIParent FirmActivityYear CSCNew business innovation centre2005-06 MozillaNew R&D centre for software2006-07 Cisco LinksysNew design centre for software2007-08 DeltekNew ERP activities2009-10 HavokNew research facility2010-11 R&DFirmActivityNo. of staff IBMGlobal shipping sw development3.500 CSCGlobal airline sw development2.500 MicrosoftGlobal ERP sw development1.050 Siemens IT SolutionsGlobal IT solutions250

28 Copenhagen Capacity 28 GREEN INDUSTRIES Globally competitive and highly innovative sector Public investment in R&D Energy consumption in Denmark has been constant from 1972-2006, while the GDP has tripled. Today, Denmark and Japan are the two most energy efficient countries in the world Source: Economic office of the Danish Parliament 2007

29 Copenhagen Capacity 29 GREEN INDUSTRIES Wind energy Smart grid Electric vehicles Smart home technologies Fuell cells and hydrogen Biomass, biofuel and biogas 720 green industry companies 46 knowledge institutions focus on R&D in environmental technologies The Technical University of Denmark is among the worlds leading universities in the field

30 Copenhagen Capacity 30 DANISH DESIGN Human interface High level of quality and functionality Organic, playful and sophisticated INDEX is a worldwide design event organised in Copenhagen and supported by public and private partners. INDEX aims at improving life through design by presenting the best examples of design. There is no doubt that we are looking to Scandinavia, and to Denmark in particular, for a new direction in the early 21st century. Penny Sparke, 2006, In a lecture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York

31 If you want a footer on your slides with name of the presentation or your name and the date, please do the following: 1.Choose vis and Diasmaster 2.Choose indsæt and Sidehoved og sidefod 3.Mark the box Sidefod (see above graphic) and type your text 4.Press anvend på alle COPENHAGEN – A DYNAMIC BUSINESS HUB

32 Copenhagen Capacity 32 HEADQUARTERS AND SHARED SERVICES CENTRES Best access to Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea region Largest recruitment base of highly skilled Danish and Swedish workers Most flexible labour market in the Nordic region, allowing companies to scale up and down easily Headquarters recently located in Denmark

33 Copenhagen Capacity 33 SETTING THE SCENE FOR WORLD-CLASS R&D Close interplay with researchers and research institutions R&D incentives Largest pool of privately and publicly employed researchers in Scandinavia 12 universities and 8 science parks Cluster networks Excellent venture capital market

34 Copenhagen Capacity ADVANCED DISTRIBUTION SOLUTIONS Scandinavia's best distribution point Cost-attractive environment The fourth most efficient infrastructure in the world (IMD 2012) 34

35 Copenhagen Capacity 35 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING Danish consumers are the fastest in the world to adopt new products Tech-savvy consumers Optimal market size Work culture that supports innovation Sectors of importance: -Mobile / wireless solutions -Medical devices -Drug development -Fashion -IT

36 Copenhagen Capacity 36 COPENHAGEN IS A PART OF THE ØRESUND REGION 3.7 million inhabitants 1.8 million active workers 8th richest region in Europe 3rd in Europe in terms of scientific output Copenhagen region: 2.5 million people

37 Copenhagen Capacity 37 EASY MARKET ACCESS In 2010 The Copenhagen Metro was awarded the worlds best metro due to high operating stability, high passenger satisfaction and innovative technology. Among Nordic airports, Copenhagen Airport has the most connecting flights to the Baltics. On average 8,3 departures a day. Source: Copenhagen Airport, 2011

38 Copenhagen Capacity BEST AIRPORT IN NORTHERN EUROPE The World Airport Awards are the global benchmark of airport excellence and known in the travel industry as the Passenger's Choice Awards. The results are based on 12 million passenger surveys. 38

39 Copenhagen Capacity GLOBAL LEADER IN FLEXICURITY 39

40 Copenhagen Capacity NORDIC LANGUAGES IN THE METROPOLIS Copenhagen - the best combination of potential employees speaking the Nordic languages Danes - the most difficult employees to find in the other Nordic countries 40

41 Copenhagen Capacity 41 DANES SPEAK FOREIGN LANGUAGES

42 Copenhagen Capacity DANES SPEAK ENGLISH 42

43 Copenhagen Capacity 43 SPECIAL TAX SCHEME FOR KEY PERSONEL 31,92 % personal taxation for expatriates and foreign researchers the first five years Approved researchers need not to be fully tax liable in Denmark. Approved researchers are not obliged to comply with remuneration requirements.

44 Copenhagen Capacity 44 DANISH LABOUR COSTS ARE COMPETITIVE IN A WESTERN EUROPEAN CONTEXT

45 Copenhagen Capacity 45 MONOCLE: COPENHAGEN THIRD MOST LIVABLE CITY Survey carried out by Monocle Magazine 2011 Parameters that contribute to Copenhagen's high ranking include: efficient public transport city airport extension contemporary statement buildings lining the harbour well developed bicycle lane network sophisticated café culture unhurried pace of life design and creativity There is something modern in the state of Denmark, writes Stuart Husband of Monocle Magazine

46 Copenhagen Capacity 46 MERCER: COPENHAGEN - THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIVING Based on 2009 quality of living survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting Copenhagen ranks no. 11 worldwide The 215 participating cities were evaluated on 39 different factors including the health sector, personal safety, health, education, economy, culture and leisure pursuits.

47 Copenhagen Capacity INCENTIVES From 2005 to 2010, Danish public research increased by 50 % compared to a 20 % increase in Sweden and Norway Political incentives such as the financial law agreement in 2005 and the globalisation agreement in 2006 have contributed to a doubling of the number of accepted ph.d applications R&D expenses in Denmark are fully tax-deductible A large number of funding projects such as the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation, EUREKA, the Ministry of Science pre-project capital and the EU Seventh Framework Programme exsist. 47

48 Copenhagen Capacity INFRASTRUCTURE Often day-to-day delivery in Scandinavia The fourth most efficient infrastructure in the world (IMD, 2012) Direct flights from CPH airport to 140 destinations in the world (more than Stockholm and Oslo) Copenhagen/Malmö Port is one of the largest in Europe servicing 7,800 vessels per year 48 24 HOURS DELIVERY TIME Januar 2011

49 Copenhagen Capacity RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Denmark belongs to the top five European countries in terms of R&D spending per capita 31,92 % personal taxation for expatriates and foreign researchers during their first five years in Denmark Denmark third best country among the OECD and BRIC nations measured on citations per publication according to NSI 2009 49 Companies with R&D centres in the region:

50 Copenhagen Capacity EDUCATION IN DENMARK Education is financed by the state no tutition fees The Øresund Region houses 12 universities and institutes of higher education representing 155,000 students and 14,000 researchers Educational focus on independence, creativity, communication and critical evaluation The highest completion of tertiary education among the Nordic countries in 2009 50

51 Copenhagen Capacity FDI – EUROPEAN CITIES & REGIONS OF THE FUTURE 2010/11 51

52 Copenhagen Capacity 52 DENMARK IS DOING VERY WELL

53 Copenhagen Capacity SCANDINAVIA IS AN ATTRACTIVE MARKET 25 million people One of the wealthiest regions in the world with a combined GDP of more than USD 1100 billion in 2010 53

54 Copenhagen Capacity PROPERTY MARKET Increasing international investments Copenhagen has the cheapest prime office rents in Europe Copenhagen Locations 54 I definitely will not deny that this potentially is a very beneficial time to invest in Denmark. The prices have declined and there is a chance to make a good deal - Morten Jensen, Senior Manager at KPMGs department for Property & Enterprise. (Source: Børsen, 11.01.2010)

55 Copenhagen Capacity 55 ATTRACTIVE CORPORATE TAXATION Unique possibilities for joint taxation in groups of companies Domestic withholding tax on inbound and outbound dividends to foreign parent companies is zero

56 Copenhagen Capacity DANISH TAX ON LABOUR BELOW EU AVERAGE 56

57 Copenhagen Capacity 57 cOPENhagen – THE NEW BRAND FOR COPENHAGEN Open for business Open for innovation Open for living Open for connections Open for sustainability Open for dialogue …open for you! Always open-minded and friendly, Copenhagen is much more than just another capital city. Its your city. Copenhagen is open for you.

58 Copenhagen Capacity 58 COPENHAGEN CAPACITY – WHO ARE WE? The Danish Capital Regions inward investment agency With a mission to promote the region internationally with the aim of attracting and maintaining foreign companies The services are open to all foreign-owned companies, abroad as well as already located in Copenhagen We work free of charge The services include: business information access to an extensive network of consultants, authorities and businesses unbiased and unique cost calculation and location tools knowledge sharing and practical assistance during the entire investment process

59 Copenhagen Capacity COPENHAGEN CAPACITY - ORGANISATION 59

60 Copenhagen Capacity BOARD OF DIRECTORS 60 CHAIRMAN REPRESENTATIVES – POLITICAL COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES – BUSINESS COMMUNITY

61 Copenhagen Capacity 61 WE HAVE THE COMPETENCIES TO ASSIST YOU… 263 successful investments projects 2004-2011 30-40 annual investment projects Experience from working with more than 500 investment projects during the last 17 years Extensive network within knowledge, business, location advisors, public authorities 53 employees with experience from different business sectors, consulting and management Winner of best FDI strategy by FDI Intelligence 2012

62 Copenhagen Capacity 62 COPENHAGEN CAPACITY IS PRESENT IN ALL MAJOR MARKETS Life science: (South Korea, Japan, Germany) Entertainment : Headquarters & ICT: (UK, Germany, India, China, The Netherlands) Cleantech: (USA, UK, Germany, Spain, Israel, The Netherlands ) Expand & Retain (Denmark)


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