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Denmark Business Report 2017

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Discovery Reports

DRG offers editorial services to clients worldwide

New service offers content creation and editorial review of all corporate publications from press releases and marketing materials through to annual reports and web content

PUBLISHED : Friday, 30 June, 2017, 3:11pm
UPDATED : Friday, 30 June, 2017, 3:11pm

Country Business Reports interviews and articles by Discovery Reports www.discoveryreports.com

The Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing is Denmark’s largest embassy in the world for a special reason. As the first Western country to establish a diplomatic relationship with China, Denmark has long nurtured close ties with the mainland.

China is Denmark’s largest trading partner in Asia and its second-largest overseas investment destination, with Danish direct investments into the mainland reaching US$4.1 billion last year. From speciality biscuits and avant-garde marine equipment through to complete information technology solutions and audiological instrumentations, Danish businesses have been present in China. More than 500 companies from Denmark employ over 250,000 Chinese personnel.

“The business plans and strategies revealed to us by the CEOs we have interviewed for our 4th Denmark Country Report attest to the unwavering enthusiasm of the country over China,” says Angela Gaspar, managing partner at Discovery Reports Group (DRG), a leading communications and campaign production company based in Hong Kong.

Committed to providing more than 3,000 clients from more than 30 countries a far more complete service offering, DRG launches DRG Communications Services. Designed for companies that need assistance with editorial requirements, the new service offers content creation and editorial review of all corporate publications from press releases and marketing materials through to annual reports and web content.

Customised to client requirements, DRG Communications Services guarantees editorial excellence. DRG journalists and writers are highly familiar with international editorial standards as they have long written for the South China Morning Post and the International Herald Tribune.

“Combining local market knowledge with English-language expertise, our new DRG Communications Services enables companies to convey their messages to potential customers and partners in the most concise and effective way possible,” Gaspar says. “This advantage translates into higher sales, finding perfect business collaborations while giving our clients more time to focus on their core businesses.”

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