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Denmark Gears up for Strong Presence in Egypt-EU Investment Conference

By Manal Abdel Fattah

Denmark is preparing for a prominent role at the upcoming Egypt-EU Investment Conference, showcasing its history of successful business partnerships with Egypt and aiming to further solidify these ties.
The conference, set to take place in Cairo from 29 to 30 June, serves as a key platform to strengthen investment ties between the European Union and Egypt.

Denmark recognizes the significant potential for collaboration in various sectors, chief of which is renewable energy and green hydrogen, and is committed to fostering mutually beneficial partnerships.

“Denmark is a leader in sustainability, clean energy, and innovation,” highlights Denmark’s Ambassador to Egypt Anne Dorte Riggelsen.

“The Egypt-EU Investment Conference presents a valuable opportunity to connect Danish businesses with Egyptian counterparts and contribute to the country’s economic development.”

“The EU-Egypt partnership is a strategic one,” adds Ambassador Riggelsen. “Denmark, as a strong member of the EU, is keen to contribute to this important conference.

We believe our expertise across several fields, combined with the wider strengths of the EU, can significantly contribute to Egypt’s economic growth and prosperity.”
Denmark’s Participation at the Conference

Sustainability and Green Growth: Denmark will showcase its expertise in renewable energy and green hydrogen, aiming to contribute to Egypt’s ambitious sustainability goals.

Some of the major participating Danish energy companies include: C2X, Vestas, and CIP.

Innovation, Technology, and biosolutions: Danish companies will present cutting-edge solutions in areas such as innovation, technology, and biosolutions including strong participation by Novo Nordisk, Novonesis, Orana, CrossWorkers, and Aller Aqua.

The companies will participate in panel discussions, networking events, and bilateral meetings, aiming to establish new partnerships and explore investment opportunities.

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