I am currently the head of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China (DCCC), which implies that I manage the interest of DCCC members. I live in Beijing and I spent my spare time stydying Chinese and exploring Beijing and the area surrounding Beijing.
I believe that it is important to understand the challenges that Danish companies are facing in China and to consider hos Danish solutions can contribute to social development in China. I have studied and worked in China for the last three years and my hope is to further strenghten the governmental cooperation between China and Denmark and to develop business opportunities for Danish companies in China.
I have a bachelor degree from University of Copenhagen in Political Science and a master degree from Copenhagen Business School and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Public Management and Social Development. I have been awarded the title of Student of Excellence from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and graduated in the top of my class. During my master I have done research with the Royal Danish Consulate General in Guangzhou as well as Arla Foods and their China-Denmark Milk Technology Cooperation Center in Beijing.