View from the BBCD penthouse: Brexit’s a long way behind!

CPH Post
July 23rd, 2021

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A great many dignitaries from the British and Danish business worlds turned out for a splendid lunch on the top floor of the hotel, which boasts a stunning view of the city (photos: Hugh Mayo)

The AGM of the British Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (BCCD) at the Radisson Collection on Friday May 18 gave its chief executive Gareth Garvey a chance to reflect on what has been a challenging few years, with Brexit and then the pandemic, and then to raise a glass to a bright future of regrounding the special relationship between Denmark and the UK

The guest of honour was the new British ambassador, Emma Hopkins, who has taken on the role of patron of the BCCD. Also in attendance at the meeting were BCCD chair Klaus Søgaard (right) and Hans Hermansen, the CEO of CPH POST (centre right) 

Ambassador Hopkins brought plenty of mirth to the proceedings when she handed out facemasks adorned with the Dannebrog and Union Jack 


The board of BCCD: (left-right) Christina Liaos from Denmark’s Department for International Trade, Peder Gellert, the executive VP of DFDS’s ferry division, Anne Christine Fleischer, the CEO of Leo Innovation Labs, Graham Stuart, the UK’s minister for exports, Hopkins, Garvey and Anne-Louise Eppler, an international sales manager at British Airways


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