• Green Denmark in Southeast Asia

We welcome Danish companies & organisations to join the Green Denmark in Southeast Asia community

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

Green Denmark in Southeast Asia is an open community of thought leaders and Danish companies to inspire and promote green collaboration between Denmark and Southeast Asia. We are thrilled to welcome Danish companies & organisations to join as community members.


Why are we doing this?


We want to help increase the visibility of Danish sustainable solutions and green thought leadership in Southeast Asia by leveraging on the Danish Embassy’s regional presence and network of collaboration partners.


Why should you join?


The Trade Council will share your success stories, insights, and opinions to a wide audience of key regional stakeholders. Simultaneously, you will get access to the latest trends, business opportunities and developments relating to Southeast Asia’s green economy and sustainable transition.


Contact Senior Commercial Advisor, Mark Perry, at markpe@um.dk for more information.


Download our flyer here:

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Engage as and when relevant


Actively contribute to the community by sharing and/or re-sharing regional success stories, insights, and opinions:

  • No specific format requirements.

  • No requirements on posting frequency.

  • Simply send across your contributions (minimum 400 words) in a Word document and we will take care of the rest. Here’s an example of an insight/opinion article on Green Denmark in Southeast Asia’s online portal.


How to join and practicalities

  1. Joining is as simple as sharing a high resolution copy of your logo and a few lines describing your organisation.

  2. Once you join, you will be featured in our community section here.

  3. Please contact Trade Advisor, Mark Perry, for more information (contact info below).


More information:

Mark Edward Perry

Trade Advisor at Royal Danish Embassy Singapore

Phone: +65 9088 5567

Email: markpe@um.dk

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