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BDP the new Professional Congress Organizer for University of Southern Denmark

We are happy to announce that BDP has landed title as the official PCO of the University of Southern Denmark:

SDU is the first university in Denmark who has decided to enter into a framework agreement about use of Professional Congress Organizer on all conferences hosted by the 5 faculties at SDU: the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Health Sciences and Faculty of Engineering.

BDP was together with other Danish Professional Congress Organizers invited to bid on the framework agreement. The evaluation parameters included overall cost, market knowledge & references as well as digital solutions. The evaluation of the bids was based on the OSLO model, were BDP came out with the highest score of all parameters.    


BDP is already involved in two conferences to be held respectively in 2018 and 2019. Further information about the two conferences will be announced, when SDU has won hosting of the conferences. 



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Copenhagen in full bloom!

The danish capital is becoming home to more and more events and exciting opportunities. to face the increasing demand, new venues will blossom in the upcoming months and years. bdp will open the door for you!

Hotel Nobis: Opening September 2017

In September 2017, the landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music will be home to the grand 77-room Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, artfully designed by star architect and Design Hotels™ influencer Gert Wingårdh.

Nobis Hotel Copenhagen will be lusciously augmented by such embracing amenities as a gym, a sauna with cooling pool and hamam, a bar, a lounge area, and a restaurant that will help turn this stunning property into an attractive new locus for Copenhagen’s downtown social scene. The hotel is located next to Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Central Station, the internationally renowned Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, and City Hall Square.


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Hotel Sanders: Opening Fall 2017

Nestled between Copenhagen’s royal castles, contemporary art galleries, classic theatres and historical buildings this luxury boutique hotel will propose 52 rooms in the heart of the city.

2018 will also bring its share of treats with no less than 4 new hotels in iconic areas of the city:

Hotel Herman K
deluxe hotel with 34 rooms just 2 steps away from Magasin du Nord

Scandic Falkoner
conference hotel with 300 rooms A complete renovation with more than 100 additional rooms.

Scandic Kødbyen
design hotel with 300 rooms: a mouthwatering location in the vibrant meatpacking district

Hotel Nimb
deluxe boutique hotel with 42 rooms creating a new and dynamic transition between the city and the world famous Tivoli garden.

New BDP Products

BDP is always creating new products to enchant visitors into discovering Scandinavia in new ways.

Happy Danmark

Danes are said to be the happiest people in the world and they are ok to share their secret with you.

It’s all about Hygge! Discover the Danish way of life through activities and talks with Danes that deal with Happiness every day.

Denmark for beginners: A trip in the shape of a crash course to a big little country

What makes Denmark iconic? From Vikings to Design, from H.C. Andersen to Hygge. Learn to know Denmark like the back of your hand during a fun dynamic and surprising tour.

Denmark for Foodies

We love our land and it shows in our plate. Fancy a bite?

Danes are attached to traditions but they constantly set new trends. Discover Nordic cuisine from its basics to the New Nordic with a hands-on approach. A culinary trip.

Wonderful Copenhagen

Walk in the steps of HC Andersen and discover the enchanted side of Denmark

An immersive tour where you will go on a fairytale treasure hunt, revise your childhood classics and learn more about the power of storytelling. Hey ! Was that a mermaid over there?

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Nomination of the 22nd International Seaweed Symposium

Congratulations to the 22nd International Seaweed Symposium for being nominated in the winning category as this year’s best congress host for congresses with less than 1.000 participants.

BDP was the PCO on this congress and we are very happy to hear about the nomination.

Read more about the nomination in Danish on alt om kongres 

You can read more about the congress here.

Every year Copenhagen hosts around 200 international congresses and sporting events which generates a great income to the city. The congresses are also a platform for sharing knowledge, attract talent and export.

Copenhagen Congress and Event Award 2017 will be held on April 19th where the winner will be announced. Fingers crossed for the 22nd International Seaweed Symposium!

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BDP welcomes 1000 science journalists to Copenhagen at ECSJ conference in June 2017

BDP Congress har indgået aftale med Danske Videnskabsjournalister om planlægning og afvikling af European Conference of Science Journalists, 26.-30. juni 2017 (ECSJ 2017), som afvikles i TV-Byen og IT-Universitetet i København. Der forventes mellem 800-1.000 fra Europas førende medier samt videnskabsjournalister fra hele verden vil deltage i konferencen, der også vil inddrage en lange række øvrige danske og internationale interessenter, herunder universiteter. ECSJ 2017 støttes af en lang række fonde blandt andre Novo Nordisk Fonden. BDP skal bidrage med rådgivning, projektledelse, deltagerregistrering samt administration af det faglige program.

BDP Congress has agreed with the Danish Science Journalists Association on the planning and execution of the European Conference of Science Journalists (ECSJ 2017), that will be held 26th-30th June 2017 at TV-Byen and the IT University in Copenhagen. It is expected that 800-1,000 participants from Europe’s leading media as well as science journalists from around the world will attend the conference, which will also involve a whole range of other Danish and international stakeholders, including universities. ECSJ 2017 is supported by a wide range of funds, among others, the Novo Nordisk Foundation. BDP should help with advice, project management, participant registration and administration of the academic program.

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Get your hands dirty, get your apron on, and start creating your very own gourmet smørrebrød

When visiting Copenhagen you must try the famous Danish smørrebrød. Even better – what about making them yourself in new Nordic surroundings at Refshaleøen?

Restaurant Aamanns’ is famous for its modern interpretation of “smørrebrød” in Copenhagen. Their amazing and industrial venue at Refshaleøen offers a workshop on how to create tasty smørrebrød for groups. You can easily combine this with a conference or corporate gathering at the same location.

When Aamanns isn’t busy hosting workshops, they run a cafeteria where businesses located on Refshaleøen come to eat delicious smørrebrød for lunch. The open space creates an undeniable community spirit between the workplaces. People gather around the long wooden tables to enjoy smørrebrød – just like in the old days. As soon as everyone is gathered at Aamanns for lunch you hear the glasses clinking, the cutlery rattling, and the summing of conversation and laughter fills the room.

The building, which today holds Aamanns, is called “The Main Warehouse”, which was once used as the old B&W shipyard’s depot. With its rustic and raw atmosphere, it is easy to picture the old working environment. The well-preserved space makes this venue particularly special for groups to visit.

If you would like to know more about using Aamanns as a venue for your group or you would like to experiment with a smørrebrøds workshop, please contact Nathalie Lambert at +45 33 45 45 12 or

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Celebrate your triumph in 28 meters height – Challenge yourself with Blocs & Walls

Do you want to try something completely out of the ordinary for the day? Blocs & Walls is located on Refshaleøen and is filled with colourful climbing walls. After a day of climbing why not celebrate your triumph in 28 meters height; with a view of Copenhagen’s skyline from the optical tower with a glass of champagne?

The story behind the building, which now holds Blocs & Walls, is very interesting. The hall is called “The Markup Hall” and is connected to “The Optical Tower”. When it was used for B&W’s shipyard, workers would mark steel plates for the ships by the markings that the projector in the tower 28 meters high provided.

It is possible to walk up the many flights of stairs to the top of the tower. From here you get an amazing view of Copenhagen. If you dare to walk all the way to the top of the optical tower, you also have the possibility of seeing the preserved marker used by B&W workers.

You decide if you want to spend the day unwinding on the climbing walls with your group or if you would like to combine it with a corporate meeting or conference on location. Your group will be paired with a number of guides helping you through the day as you attempt to climb the walls. Anyone from beginners to professionals can participate, as the walls offer different heights and difficulty levels.

If you would like to know more about using Blocs & Walls for your group, please contact Nathalie Lambert at +45 33 45 45 12 or


Amass – an edgy gourmet dining experience

In the building called “The Workshop Store” elderly and disabled were sent to do less heavy and dangerous work in the B&W shipyard days. Now it houses one of Copenhagen’s most unique restaurants – and of course, it is located on the amazing Refshaleøen.

Stepping inside of the restaurant is a unique experience in itself. Their décor style is very modern and not something you will see often. The room is filled with concrete, while it has a very minimalistic Scandinavian touch.

Amass changes its menu very often, as they strive to use perfect ingredients, which are in season at the moment. When you dine at Amass, you are served a menu consisting of a variety of different delicious dishes, which can be accompanied with a wine menu. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.

If you wish to occupy the entire restaurant it seats approximately 80 guests.

Wait till you see their outdoor kitchen garden, where the chefs collect ingredients for their tasty menus. It is so beautiful! Furthermore, the kitchen garden, which is visible from inside the restaurant has a campfire, which is lid every night for guests to enjoy the live flames.

If you would like to know more about using Amass for your group, please contact Ebbe Kiær at +45 33 45 45 11 or


Dine fancy, play volleyball, or jump straight in the water at Halvandet

A unique venue where it is possible to dine fancy, play volleyball, or jump straight in the water – whatever you prefer. Relax and enjoy a cocktail in the cabana as you watch the waves beat across the sea with wonderful Copenhagen as your primary view.

Halvandet entails all the raw and industrial details as the rest of the locations on Refshaleøen. However, Halvandet has accomplished to make their industrial halls and the outdoor area exclusive and elegant at the same time. This is a venue where it is just as appropriate to wear your bikini as it is to wear your most extravagant evening gown.

In the summertime, Halvandet is open for the public where it turns into a beach club with sunbeds, beach chairs, and the possibility of bathing in the ocean. As you enjoy a day at Halvandet music will be playing, the drinks will be cold and the food delicious. You probably won’t even believe you are still in Copenhagen when you see this place. Its atmosphere more resembles somewhere in the south; so combined with its distinctive industrial look – it truly is a place of its own.

The location is called “The Cable Halls” as they were used to produce cables once upon a time for the B&W shipyard. Halvandet consists of one very large hall and one smaller hall, which can be used for events.

If you would like to know more about using Halvandet for your group, please contact Ebbe Kiær at +45 33 45 45 11 or