About Greater Copenhagen EU Office

​​Greater Copenhagen EU Office represents the Capital Region of Denmark, Zealand Denmark, the 46 municipalities in the regions, University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School, and Roskilde University. 

Greater Copenhagen in Europe

The EU plays a vital role in shaping  the Greater Copenhagen regions in Eastern Denmark and Southern Sweden as an international hub for growth and knowledge. We help our members explore and apply for EU funding, find partners and engage in networks that position members, sectors and key interests towards the EU institutions and policy agenda.

What do we do

We help the members of Greater Copenhagen EU Office (GCPHEU) and private companies navigate the EU development and research agendas. We assist and advise within five areas: Project development, advocacy, networking activities, branding and EU proficiency. We seek to create international innovation partnerships with the participation of regions, municipalities, universities and companies. We engage regional stakeholders in EU activities and gather international inspiration to create knowledge, development and growth. We take advantage of the synergies inherent in working with European partners and to solve societal challenges.

Why we are in Brussels

It is our vision to consolidate the Greater Copenhagen functional region for high growth and quality of life as well as an international hub for excellent research and cutting edge innovation. European cooperation, funding and networks should contribute to this development.