Meeting with Danish Minister of Higher Education and Science, Mr. Søren Pind
|Date||April 11, 2018|
|Time||17:00-18:30 (Doors open 16:45)|
|Venue||Royal Danish Embassy|
|Participation FeeSign||Free of Charge, For DCCJ members only|
|Max Capacity||15 people|
|Deadline For Registration||Saturday April 7, 2018, 23:59|
|1||Origio Japan DCCJ Member||Klaus Jacobsen|
|2||Lafuma Millet KK DCCJ Member||Per Rasmussen|
|3||BBC Chartering Japan Ltd. DCCJ Member||Peter Roland|
|5||Lego Japan DCCJ Member||Bo H. Kristensen|
|6||Riken DCCJ Member||Bo Thomsen|
|7||Focus Consulting Partners GK DCCJ Member||Per Knudsen|
|8||DCCJ DCCJ Member||Leon Esben Ota|
|9||Coloplast DCCJ Member||Stefan Linde Jakobsen|
|10||Sanovo Technology DCCJ Member||Mikael Østerrøgild Nielsen|
In cooperation with the Royal Danish Embassy, DCCJ is proud to announce that we invite our members to a meeting with the Minister for Higher Education and Science, Mr. Søren Pind.
The Minister will give a short speech about his core task and possibly future insight for his Ministry to work on.
We encourage our members to open up for a fruitful discussion, and also give input to the Minister within the field of education and or research & development issues that your company may be facing.
- Does your company invest in R&D in Japan? If not why not?
- Do you think that the staff that you can hire from Japanese universities fulfill the needs your company needs?
- Do you invest in education of your employees?
Questions such as above could be of both interest to the Minister as well as to Danish companies in the Japan in the long run, when the Minister returns back to Denmark with knowledge from our members and possibly implement to actual policies in Denmark.
The Minister is visiting Japan to continue strengthening the strategic partnership between Japan and Denmark.
About Mr. Søren Pind, Minister for Higher Education and Science
Søren Pind was appointed minister for the Ministry of Higher Education and Science 28 November 2016.
Mr. Pind is a Danish lawyer and politician, a member of the center-right party Venstre. He served as DanishMinister of Justice from 2015 to 2016. He served as councillor in the Copenhagen City Council from 1994 to 2005, and has taught at the University of Copenhagen.