IHK Schleswig-Holstein

The Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Flensburg, Kiel and Lübeck (IHK Schleswig-Holstein) are the self-governing body of the business community in Schleswig-Holstein representing the general interest of its member companies. Their tasks are  among others: competent representation of industry, commerce and service companies in respect of state and society, supply of services relating to business, efficient performance of mandatory tasks and objective advice for public decision maker.


IHK zu Schwerin

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Schwerin (IHK zu Schwerin) represents the interests of trade and industry in their district in the counties of Ludwigslust-Parchim and Nordwestmecklenburg and in the state capital Schwerin for around 25,000 member companies. IHK zu Schwerin advises businesses, expresses their interests towards politics and public administration and trains employers and employees.


Dansk Industri 

Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) is the strong voice of corporate Denmark. On the behalf of 10,000 member companies, DI works to provide the best conditions for Danish businesses in order to improve the opportunities for growth and overall competitiveness.


Dansk Erhverv

The Confederation of Danish Enterprise is the network for the service industry in Denmark. It is one of the largest professional business organisations in Denmark with more than 200 employees, offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus and in Brussels. We represent 17,000 Danish companies and 100 trade associations within trade, tourism, business services, IT, welfare services and transportation.


Dansk Byggeri

The Danish Construction Association, developed as a result of a merger between the federation of Danish Building Employers and the Danish Contractors’ Association, is an employers’ organisation for approximately 6.000 companies, comprising about 90.000 workers from contracting and manufacturing companies within the Danish building and construction sector.



The Fehmarnbelt Business Council (FBBC) was established in Lübeck in 2007 as an international business cooperation of chambers and business associations from Denmark, Germany and Sweden, representing more than 400,000 companies through its member organizations. The FBBC plays a coordinating role and serves as a platform for all parties interested in the Fehmarnbelt project. The FBBC works to influence political decision making by challenging the existing framework conditions for growth and development. It is therefore the natural contact point for governments and administration in cross-border issues along the axis Hamburg-Lübeck-Copenhagen-Hamburg.


Femern Belt Development

Femern Belt Developments aim is to ensure that the inhabitants and businesses of Region Sjælland get the maximum possible outcome from the fixed link – before, under and after the construction phase.