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This website is part of a campaign to provide information on why Copenhagen would provide a good location for the new headquarters of the European Medicines Agency, the main body responsible for scientific evaluation and supervision of medicines across Europe.

The website displays info about living and working in the Greater Copenhagen region as well as facts and figures that could prove relevant in regards of choosing the new location for the EMA headquarters.

The partners behind this campaign are a wide range of public and private stakeholders, including companies, industry organisations and official government organisations on national, regional and municipal level.


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About Greater Copenhagen

Greater Copenhagen is a metropolitan region that covers Eastern Denmark and Skåne in Southern Sweden.

The 79 municipalities in Greater Copenhagen are home to 4 million inhabitants and they constitute Scandinavia’s largest recruitment base of highly skilled employees. The region offers world-class research facilities, a creative business environment with access to the markets of Denmark and Sweden, and a unique work-life balance for everyone who works there.

Greater Copenhagen aims to be the leading metropolitan region in Northern Europe in terms of attracting and retaining international investment, businesses, tourism and talent.

Read more about Greater Copenhagen on www.greatercph.com

Website administered by Copenhagen Capacity

Copenhagen Capacity assists foreign businesses, investors and talent in identifying, releasing and capitalising on business opportunities in Greater Copenhagen.

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