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January 18, 2021

“Danish-Romanian Business Association” founded last week

On May 4, 2011, on the occasion of the reception offered at the residence of HE the Ambassador of the Danish Kingdom, Mr. Michael Sternberg, the “Danish-Romanian Business Association” (DRBA) was founded, and the company Stem Sure is among the founding members. According to a press release, this informal organization proposes to act as a mediating body between the Danish, Romanian and Moldovan business communities. DRBA comprises 60 companies and, based on a steady promotion, their number is set to rise considerably in years to come. The Board of Administration is made up of five leading representatives of the business communities in the two countries, elected by vote during the first session: Torben Storm Nielsen (lawyer), Kutlay Arin (Vestas Central Europe), Bjarne Virenfeldt (Tecton International Ltd), Victor Tighinean (Ecco Shoes) and Bogdan Ivanescu (Stem Sure).

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