Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Copenhagen as a leading authority on technology (including predictive analytics), self-employment and global business trends (including stagnating demographics in Europe). He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Centre Copenhagen on Falkoner Alle, the First Hotel Copenhagen on Molestien, the Bella Sky Comwell Hotel Copenhagen on Center Boulevard or some other convention space in Copenhagen, Denmark, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Copenhagen has many conference facilities, including:
- Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center on Arni Magnussons Gade 2
- Radisson BLU Falconer Hotel & Conference Center on Falkoner Alle 9
- Bella Center on Center Boulevard 5
- Scandic Copenhagen on Vester Sogade 6
- Scandic Hotel Front on Sankt Annae Plads 21
- Other meeting spaces in Gentofte, Amager and Kastrup
General Information about Copenhagen, Denmark, for Meeting Planners
Copenhagen lies on the eastern coast of Denmark’s largest island, Zealand. It’s Denmark’s capital city with over 1.2 million inhabitants as of 2012, making it the largest city in the country. The city earns endless recognition as one of the best places to live and one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world. Copenhagen attracts several international companies such as Microsoft and Maersk. Copenhagen hosted international events each year, including the International Boat Show in 2011 and Scandinavian Dental Fair and Annual Scientific Meeting DDA in the same year. The city also houses convention venues and meeting facilities such as the Bella Center Copenhagen and the Hvidoere Conference Centre.
Speaking Opportunities for Aspiring Speakers in Copenhagen
Copenhagen Toastmasters clubs are a great place for Denmark aspiring speakers to practice their craft. CPH City Toastmasters meets at Oehlenschlagersgade School on Oehlenschlagersgade 57 (Thursday at 6:00 PM), Copenhagen Toastmasters Club meets at Copenhagen International School on Hellerupvej 22 (Tuesday at 6:00 PM), Fredensborg Toastmasters meets at NGG International Department on Christianshusvej 16 (Thursday at 6:00 PM) and Malmo Toastmasters meets at Foo Cafe on Stora Varvsgatan 6 (Mondays at 5:45 PM).
2014 Business Conventions in Copenhagen, Denmark
Numerous business conferences are being hosted in Copenhagen in 2014. In April, International Bunker Conference, hosted by BI Norwegian Business School will take place at Scandic Hotel, Vester Sogade 6. IGRC 2014, International Gas Union Research Conference, hosted by danish Gas Technology Center will take place in September in Copenhagen. The 2014 Joint Academic Forum, hosted by The Copenhagen Business School & IACCM will take place on a date yet to be announced at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Copenhagen Towers. The Danish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry will host Laegedage Conference and Exhibition for General Medical Practitioners, in November at the Bella Centre, Center Boulevard 5, Copenhagen.
2013 Business Conferences in Copenhagen, Denmark
A number of conventions and summits during 2013 are taking place at the city of Copenhagen. Some of the larger meetings include (ESE) European Society of Endocrinology’s 15th European Congress of Endocrinology taking place in April at the Bella Center. Aside from that, the upcoming Congress of the European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE) 2013 will take place at the Bella Center in June. Moreover, you are also encouraged to join the Danish IFA (International Fiscal Association) Branch as they celebrate their 7th Anniversary through an Annual Congress, the IFA Congress, at the Bella Center in the new Bella Sky Hotel in August next year.
Copenhagen Food Choices for Convention Attendees
While attending a business conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, a few local restaurants are worth checking out. A classic French bar, Café Victor (Phone: 33-13-3613) at Ny Østergade 8 caters to the middle-aged professionals of Copenhagen. Post & Tele Museum Café (Phone: 33-41-0986) at Købmagergade 37 has both excellent Danish food and terrace overlooking the city center. With a kitchen run by acclaimed chef Jasper Kure, Orangeriet (Phone: 33-11-1307) at Kronprinsessegade 13 serves fine dishes like grilled charlotte onions and rhubarb trifle with macaroons. Translated as “first floor, to the right”, 1.th (Phone: 33-93-5770) at Herluf Trolles Gade 9 is set in old an Copenhagen building where guests can enjoy private dining of modern Danish-European cuisine.
Copenhagen Attractions for Conference Delegates
If you’re attending a business conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, do try to visit some of the attractions while you’re in town. One of them is the Gates to famous Tivoli Gardens located in Vesterbrogade 3, a place with thousands of trees paving the pathways. It’s also home to the oldest amusement park in the vicinity. Another is Stroget, the busiest yet most sought-after shopping area in the region, located in the heart of the city. If you’re interested in sports and waterfronts, Nyhavn Port, located by 1051 street, meaning new heaven in English, is the place to go. It offers boathouses, pubs and much more. And don’t miss the Amalienborg Palace, located on street no. 1257 Amalienborgs. It serves the royal Danish family and the Queen, and you may be lucky enough to see a Royal parades as well.