Asia House is a neutral, non-profit organisation established by the EAC Foundation. We seek to improve commercial ties between Denmark & Asia by connecting stakeholders across organisational divides, be it private companies, public institutions, business organisations, academia, or specific individuals. Asia House has strong historic ties with Asia.


DI India is part of  Confederation of Danish Industry's international department. DI assists Danish companies globally, and has offices in six locations around the world.

DI’s international office in Mumbai, India, has assisted numerous Danish companies in handling strategic, operational and compliance tasks since 2008 in a flexible and focused manner for Danish companies.

DI India’s overall objective is to make the Indian market more accessible and reduce the complexity in India for Danish companies, who want to enter and/or grow their businesses in India. We do this in partnerships with colleagues in Denmark and handpicked partners in India.



GREENTECH CHALLENGE makes Green Business Good Business. GREENTECH CHALLENGE has helped startups from all over Europe raise capital and connect to large corporations as well public sector customers. GREENTECH CHALLENGE exists to ensure the success of the technologies that addresses the biggest challenges mankind has faced.


The Danish Industry Foundation develops and supports innovative, inspirational and economically sustainable projects and initiatives that strengthen the competitiveness of the Danish industry.

The Foundation supports projects that generate application-oriented knowledge, new competences and innovation, benefiting the industry. Through inspiration and project development, the Foundation's means must help bridge cooperation between science and business. As well as supporting application-based projects, the Foundation also develops its own strategic initiatives within areas that can contribute to an overall strengthening of the industry and business communities.

Each year, the Foundation aims at funding projects for up to 30 Million Euros. All projects must be open-sourced, and consistent with our mission and strategy. Thus, the Foundation's secretariat is actively engaged in all projects, and emphasizes communicating and sharing the findings and outcomes for the benefit of the applicants, companies, scientific community and other stakeholders.

Established in 1898, the Danish Industry Foundation is a registered business foundation and reports its annual accounts to the Danish Business Authority. In cooperation with the secretariat, a board of directors governs the Foundation's equity of approximately 650 Million Euros.


Innovation Centre Denmark (ICDK) is a partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.