‘The Danish Business Club’ was launched at the Embassy of Denmark in Belgrade on February the 25th. 2016
The purpose of the Club is to serve the businesses of its members and to create a platform for information sharing and for dialogue with relevant Serbian stakeholders.
Furthermore, the Club will facilitate networking and the exchange of best practices among its members.
Trade between Denmark and Serbia is increasing, Danish companies have established production in Serbia, Serbia’s EU accession process is advancing and related economic reforms are improving the business environment which provides a basis for growth in the coming years.
On this background and given an increased interest from the Danish business sector both in export and in new investments the Embassy decided to launch the business club.
Questions regarding joining the Danish Business Club or its work and about the market in general can be directed to:
Tel. +381 11 3679 500 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
AE Casting Company
Danish metal processing company.
AVK’s core business is the production of valves, hydrants and accessories for the water and gas distribution network, sewage treatment and fire protection.
International brewing company with a large, varied portfolio. The largest Danish investor in Serbia; investing approx. EUR 200 million and employing more than 800 people.
COWI A/S is an international consulting group, specialising in engineering, environmentall science and economics.
Manufacturer of valves and fluid handling components for HVAC and industrial applications
Global supplier of transport and logistics services
Production and distribution of furniture. The first Danish investor in Serbia. Located in Nis; exporting to the Scandinavian markets.
Folkmatic is a digital agency collaborating with corporations to develop new ventures and with startups to launch new businesses. Services include strategic consulting, UX/UI design, web and mobile development and long-term care.
Builds mobile technology and cloud based solutions to increase retail efficiency. The software development department is located in Novi Sad, where they employ highly skilled Serbian IT-specialists.
One of the world’s leading pump manufacturers. Apart from having a sales company in Serbia, Grundfos has also established a production in the municipality of Indjija.
Chinese-Danish investment in Ruma, producing memory foam matrasses.
MPC Properties is one of Serbia's largest real estate development companies.
Provides impartial consultancy in a variety of fields such as construction and infrastructure, public utilities, environmental and natural resources, climate change and energy, planning, and development consulting.
Global healthcare company with more than 90 years of innovation and leadership in diabetes care.
The ROCKWOOL Group is the world's leading producer of stone wool.
Danish company trading meat and fish.
Top Tourist is a international bus company making transport between Serbia, Bosnia & Hercegovina and Romania to Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Austria.
Danish software company.
The VELUX Group has manufacturing and sales operations with an extensive distribution network. Products include roof windows and modular skylights, as well as a range of other products.