Denmark opens a new innovation centre in Tel Aviv today. The centre will strengthen Danish innovation, research, growth, and employment.
For the sixth year in a row Denmark is ranked the easiest place in Europe to do business. Globally, only New Zealand and Singapore are ahead of Denmark in the World Bank’s ‘Ease of Doing Business Index’ published today.
Invest in Denmark and Copenhagen Capacity are helping IBM expand its activities with a new innovation centre in Copenhagen. Within two years, 250 IT professionals will be employed at the new centre. The first talents will join already by the beginning of 2017.
Kristian Jensen is taking part today in the major international ministerial conference on Af-ghanistan’s reform programme and the international community’s support for it. At the meet-ing, Kristian Jensen will launch the Danish support programme for 2017-2020.
Apple’s billion investment in a datacenter in Denmark is now followed up by a new ambitious research agreement with Aarhus University regarding a new research and development partnership within biogas.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen has allocated 75 million Danish kroner to education projects in Syria and the surrounding areas.