A new event sustainability report from the Danish Maritime Forum presents efforts to "reduce, reuse and recycle" and increase the positive environmental, social and economic impacts of events.
A new report from the Danish Maritime Forum presents tangible ideas that have the potential to enable real progress on some of the most pressing issues in the maritime industry.
The 2016 Danish Maritime Forum included a number of high-level panel discussions and key notes featuring key business leaders, top government officials and prominent experts. They served to set the context and highlighted the most significant challenges and opportunities in the global economy. You may see them here.
Over the course of two days, more than 200 global key leaders convened for the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen to discuss the most significant challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the global economy, the maritime industry and society. Here are some reflection points.
More than 200 global key leaders from all parts of the maritime value chain will meet in Copenhagen for the Danish Maritime Forum on 26-27 October. Together they will discuss the most significant challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the global economy, the maritime industry and society.
Danish Maritime Days has launched a new mobile app which makes it easier for participants to navigate the programme and opens up for interaction between participants before, during and after events.
With his participation in the Danish Maritime Forum on 26 October the Danish Minister for Business and Growth will highlight the need for greater global cooperation when meeting with maritime key leaders from around the world.
More than 500 key stakeholders from all parts of the global maritime industry will meet at the Danish Maritime Days Welcome Reception at Hotel D'Angleterre in Copenhagen on 25 October.
Key leaders from all parts of the global maritime industry will discuss the fundamental shift in the economy and new technological advances at the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen on 26-27 October.
A central ambition of the Danish Maritime Forum is to discuss sustainable growth within the maritime industry. Keeping with this, the Forum is committed to increasing the positive environmental, social and economic impacts of the event.
The Danish Maritime Forum will take place at a time when the future of the industry looks more uncertain than ever.
A new report from the Danish Maritime Forum sets out new ideas to address five of the most important challenges the global maritime industry is facing. The report is a product of the discussions which took place at the maritime summit in Copenhagen last month.