This is how far Danish Maritime Days has come

Denmark's big bet on a maritime conference is set for kick-off in October. Read on to learn how far the new project has come.

Several Danish maritime players have decided to establish a maritime event that will be unlike the many other maritime conferences that frequently take place around the world. Specifically, this will happen in the fall of this year with Danish Maritime Days, which is described as an "open platform." That is, a place "where we invite maritime players from all over the world to arrange events during week 41," the Head of Secretariat at Danish Maritime Days Johannah Christensen tells ShippingWatch.

So far 50 events have been scheduled for this "open platform."

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