Sign up! New Business Opportunities Seminar with the Asian Development Bank on October 22nd.
Pursue new business opportunities with the Asian Development Bank - a prime gateway to new opportunities in fast growing emerging economies.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, State of Green and the Confederation of Danish Industries are organizing a virtual Business Opportunities Seminar with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) focusing on Smart Cities and Smart Energy on October 22, 2020 at 8.30am Copenhagen time/2.30pm Manila time.
ADB assists its members, and partners, by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development. With the rapidly growing operations of the ADB, there is a great interest in innovation for projects as well as the best value for the total life-cycle cost.
The Business Opportunities Seminar will also introduce ADB Business Ventures which was launched early this year to invest in companies offering impact technology solutions that contribute to the SDGs in Asia and the Pacific.
Download the program here:
Why should Danish companies join?
Danish companies offering technologies and competencies on smart and sustainable solutions with interest in doing business in Asia should attend this event to understand ADB’s procurement process and learn how companies of all sizes can get involved in ADB-funded projects. With 49 member countries across the Asia Pacific region, ADB is a prime gateway to new opportunities in the region's fast growing economies across multiple sectors.
For more information and to register: MNLAMBDTCP@UM.DK
Asian Development Bank's 2030 strategy shares strong alignment with Danish competencies
ADB’s 2030 Strategy includes a focus on:
Tackling climate change
Building climate and disaster resilience
Enhancing environmental sustainability
Making cities more livable
All of which are well aligned with Danish competencies.
Learn from Danish success stories
As part of the program, Ramboll will give an overview of the Asian Smart Cities project they are currently working on with the ADB. This project may also open up opportunities for companies offering smart solutions for cities.