Innovation Center Denmark
Government - National
Internationally (various countries)
The mission of Innovation Center Denmark is to build bridges between companies, research institutions and capital in Denmark and Silicon Valley. To accelerate the entry of Danish companies into Silicon Valley, promote US investments in Denmark, facilitate research cooperation and provide inspiration to help drive innovation in Denmark.
Innovation Centre Denmark is the natural partner for Danish start-ups, corporates, researchers and public institutions looking to take innovation further through access to the best and the brightest in the five locations where we are currently present (Silicon Valley, Munich, Shanghai and Hong Kong, São Paulo).
At Innovation Centre Denmark (ICDK) you find a strong team of consultants from commercial innovation, research and science, and investment promotion ready to open doors to foreign knowledge environments, capital, technology and networks, and to promote Danish core competences. All essential to ensure Danish companies, researchers and institutions continued and improved competitiveness, and a further development of Denmark as a leading knowledge society.
We can help you scout for the technology you need, promote your research project, find the right research and development partner, evaluate the market potential for your invention, connect you to the right investor or review your business plan with you. Learn more about how you can collaborate with Innovation Centre Denmark here or contact us to explore what we can do for you.
ICDK in Silicon Valley, Munich, Shanghai and São Paulo are established in collaboration with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the Trade Council) and the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education. The thematic focus areas for these centres are clean tech, ICT, and life sciences.
ICDK Hong Kong is exclusively focused on design competences in a broad sense and has been established in collaboration with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the Trade Council) and the Danish Ministry of Business and Growth.
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