The Danish Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEdenmark)
The Danish Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEdenmark) was founded in 1879 and is today the main trade organisation for small and medium-sized enterprises in Denmark, representing more than 20,000 companies within many different sectors such as construction, manufacturing, crafts, retail and services. The main objective of SMEdenmark is to improve the business conditions of Danish small and medium-sized enterprises.
The International Department of the SMEdenmark has yearlong experience within private sector development in developing countries and emerging economies. The department assist a large number of Danish SME's in developing CSR projects and setting up business-to-business co-operation in developing countries and emerging economies.
The Danish Business Aurhority
The Danish Business Authority (DBA) is part of the Danish Ministry of Business and Growth (Erhvervs- og Væksteministeriet). Within the DBA.
The objective of DBA is to ensure the best possible conditions for growth and entrepreneurship in partnership with business. Within CSR the objective of DBA is to ensure a strategic response to corporate responsibility by helping business achieving the best possible synergy between social and environmental initiatives and core business development.