Anders Fogh Rasmussen has announced that he has started his own consultancy company following the end of his term as NATO’s secretary-general this week.
The company is called Rasmussen Global and will offer strategic consulting to governments, global organisations and larger companies concerning innovation, trade and security on a global plan.
“Rasmussen Global will help clients navigate an increasingly complex world where people, businesses and nations are interconnected and interdependent like never before,” Rasmussen wrote on his Facebook page.
“The geopolitical balance of power is changing. Technological leaps create new opportunities and new challenges. Globalisation affects trade, investment and security.”
A book on the way
The former Danish prime minister will work alongside his former spin-doctor, Michael Ulveman, and will co-operate with a number of partners in Europe and the US.
Rasmussen also revealed that he would publish a book in the future concerning the greatest strategic challenges of the 21st century.
Rasmussen was replaced as NATO secretary general by the former Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg.