About Nordic Chamber
The NCCI logo is inspired by the Bangladesh National Monument Jatiyo Sriti Soudho as well as the Nordic sail ship history and the colours of the Nordic flag The Nordic Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bangladesh (NCCI) was founded on 23rd November 2010 as a joint initiative of the Nordic Companies and Embassies in Bangladesh. The Nordic businesses have a strong presence in Bangladesh, making significant contributions in various sectors. Trade relations between the Nordic Countries and Bangladesh have grown steadily over the years. Bangladesh’s export earnings were more than 500 million dollars from Nordic Countries in 2009/2010, an increase of 14.5% from 2008/2009 fiscal year. Similarly, Nordic Countries export earnings has also been in upward trend. The overall objective of NCCI is first of all to create a strong network for Nordic Companies already operating in Bangladesh. An objective is also to create a strong and unified voice for the Nordic Companies. The Chamber will also seek to provide assistance and advice for new Nordic Companies aspiring to do business in Bangladesh. Finally, it will also be an objective of the Chamber to create more awareness of Nordic technology solutions in Bangladesh as well as helping create more…
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About Nordic Countries
[slider width="920" height="400"] [/slider] The Nordic countries refers to a region in Northern Europe which consists of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden and their associated territories – Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. The Nordic countries share a common history and cultural traits. They have a strong cooperation politically through the Nordic Council, an inter-parliamentary forum. The Nordic countries have a combined population of approximately 25 million spread over a land area of 3.5 million km². The Nordic countries have a relatively strong economy. The Nordic countries share similar traits in the policies implemented under the postwar period, especially in the socio-economic area. All Nordic countries have large tax-funded public welfare sectors and extensive social-democratic legislation. The Nordic countries have achieved global recognition for the promotion of gender equality, parliamentary democracy, equal constitutional rights for every citizen, social security and service system. DENMARK Denmark is situated in the north of Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The total size of its territory is 42,394 sq km and it has 5.432,335 inhabitants. Denmark is a constitutional monarchy, with Copenhagen as its capital. Queen Margrethe II marked 40th anniversary of her succession to the country’s throne in 2012. She became the first…
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Why Become a Member?
Why you should become a member of NCCI? NCCI will become a unified and strong voice in Bangladesh for the Nordic companies. As a member of NCCI you will receive a periodic news update with information on issues of interest for Nordic companies and you will every quarter be invited for a “Wall Street Meeting”. At the Wall Street Meeting one of the Nordic Ambassadors will give a brief on the political and economic situation in Bangladesh. The Wall Street Meetings will also be used for inviting local VIP’s for discussions on relevant subjects as investment climate, infrastructure issues etc. Nordic companies will also be encouraged to participate with presentations on initiatives, challenges or other issues of interests. It is also the intention to invite local VIP’s such as Ministers, representatives from Board of Investment, Energy and other infrastructure authorities etc. As member of the NCCI you will also be invited to social gatherings and other ad hoc arrangements initiated by the chamber – e.g. conferences focusing on issues like CSR or Doing business in Bangladesh. The NCCI will have a full time employed secretariat and the chamber is expect to build capacity to be able to advise Nordic companies in…
CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP Corporate Membership is open for all legal entities (companies and organizations) registered in a Nordic country or in Bangladesh having at least 20% Nordic ownership. Non-Nordic companies with a strong relation with any Nordic country may be granted membership for up to three years through a 25% quota. The onetime enrolment fee (non-refundable) for corporate Members is $500 and the annual subscription fee is $300. INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP Individual Membership is open for any individual over the age of 18 working in a legally registered representative office or branch of a Nordic company or organization in Bangladesh and Nordic citizens working, living or studying in Bangladesh. Non-nordic individuals can apply for selected Membership for up to three years. The onetime enrolment fee (non-refundable) for individual Members is $100 and the annual subscription fee is $100. HONORARY MEMBERSHIP The NCCI Committee can by unanimous decision grant honorary Memberships to companies and individuals for their outstanding accomplishments and stature in the community and who have made notable contribution to the promotion of Trade and Commerce between Nordic countries and Bangladesh. All Nordic Ambassadors in Bangladesh are Honourary Members. There are no fees applied to Honourary Membership. For Membership enquiries, please contact…
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DR. HALDOR TOPSØE Dr. Haldor Topsøe was born on May 24, 1913, in Copenhagen, Denmark. He studied chemical engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). In 1940 he founded the Haldor Topsøe A/S – a catalyst and technology company, involved in the development and production of hydro-treating catalysts with a vision that the company should be a good place to work. Haldor Topsøe A/S has become one of the most successful companies in the ﬁeld of heterogeneous catalysis. The company develops and markets catalysts and processes for petroleum reﬁning, air-pollution control, synthesis gas production, ammonia and methanol production and solid oxide fuel cells. The company Haldor Topsøe is also a leader in the production and state-of-the-art scientiﬁc characterization of new catalysts. Dr. Topsøe is currently the sole owner of the company. He has written numerous articles on ammonia synthesis, catalysis, and energy questions. He is the author of several books on economics. Dr. Topsøe has received numerous awards, including honorary doctorates from Aarhus University, DTU, and the Chalmers University in Sweden; the Gold Medal from the Royal Academy of Sciences; the Hoover Medal for his technical abilities and entrepreneurship; and the Grove Memorial Medal for Advances in Fuel Cell…
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