The Future of Healthcare seminar at the Danish Olympic Pavilion in Tokyo 2020

Join the Future of Healthcare seminar at the Danish Olympic Pavilion in Tokyo with VIP Dinner at Skoleskibet Danmark (Trainingship Denmark) on Monday July 27 and Wednesday July 29, 2020.

Denmark has been granted permission to use Tokyo’s Hibiya Park as a platform for a major Danish export initiative during the Olympic Games. So when the whole world’s attention is directed towards Tokyo in 2020, Denmark will enjoy unique exposure.

A unique Danish Pavilion will be constructed with the aim of presenting the best Denmark has to offer, reaching out to the world press, B2B and B2G contacts and the many visitors to the Olympic Games. The theme of the Pavilion is "quality of life" showcased through green solutions, food, design and healthcare.

The Confederation of Danish Industry, Healthcare DENMARK and the Royal Danish Embassy in Tokyo are excited to offer this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Danish healthcare companies to be part of the Future of Healthcare seminar and roundtable at the Danish Pavilion. 

The VIP event is taking place on Monday July 27, and the Future of healthcare seminar takes place on Wednesday July 29, which is mainly for companies who are already working with Japanese partners. The event will be developed and finalized together with the participating companies. The events take place in a private event room with separate access for your guests. Before or after each event, we will organize guided tours for you and your guests in the Danish Pavilion.

The Danish Pavilion is hosted by VisitDenmark in cooperation with the Danish Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs.

By signing up to the Future of Healthcare seminar at the Danish Pavilion in Tokyo you will get:

  • A total of four seats to the VIP reception at Skoleskibet Danmark on Monday July 27. Extra invitations can be bought at approximately DKK 550 per person.
  • Participation of two persons in the seminar and one person at the roundtable event.

Read more and register here.

Deadline for binding registration is Friday January 31.

For further information, please contact Søren Falck, Leading Senior Adviser, Confederation of Danish Industry,