ZealandDenmark EU Office
Office run by the Region of Zealand (legal entity), Growth Forum Zealand and the 17 municipalities in the Region.
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Avenue Palmerston, 26
(+32) 2 235 66 56
Mr Tue David Bak
CEO in charge of Regional Development
Ms Esther Davidsen
Head of Office, ZealandDenmark EU Office
ZealandDenmark EU Office is the EU office for the Region of Zealand in Denmark, the 17 municipalities in Zealand and Growth Forum Zealand.
The task of the office is to contribute to the internationalization of the Zealand Region, to provide timely information regarding EU affairs, to market the Regions many stakeholders and their interests internationally and to secure them the opportunity to engage in European projects.
A major part of the task of the Office is to provide information on important EU affairs. A journalist is thus working full time on providing news articles on EU politics with a local perspective and project opportunities. We send daily news articles or weekly digests via email. Approximately 1500 people subscribe to the free email notifications.
Another major part is to be the instigator for meetings between people from the Region and the EU institutiones. The office also takes care of study visits to Brussels.
We also participate in seminars, conferences and networking events on behalf of the Region and its stakeholders.
Some of the main focus areas are Green Growth, care and health issues and education.
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Mainly files relevant to healthcare, climate, energy, resource efficiency, environment, agriculture, rural development, infrastructure (here under digital), education, SME's, growth, tourism, agriculture.
Arranging meetings between politicians and public servants from the Region of Zealand and politicians and public servants from the EU institutions.
Arranging seminars and conferences in Brussels regarding some of the topics with relevance for Europe and the Region of Zealand.
Publication of news articles and background stories about EU affairs.
4 permanent staff, 3 stagiaires.
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CORAL - Community Of Regions for Assisted Living
01/2014 - 12/2014
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.