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VisitDenmark's Soft Adventure Workshop

Did you know that Denmark has 444 islands and more than 7,400km of coastline? How about the fact that Denmark is perfect for easy hiking, surfing, troll-hunting and star gazing? Join this workshop to uncover all the soft adventure wonders that Denmark has to offer!

Join us in May

On May 25, 26 and 27, VisitDenmark is hosting its first online workshop focusing solely on outdoor, active and adventure experiences in Denmark. The event will bring together buyers from France, Italy, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States and Germany and suppliers from all over Denmark. The workshop takes place over three days, and participants can structure their calendar so they can talk to relevant contacts across time zones over the course of those days. 

Sign up here


The format

The format of the Soft Adventure Workshop will be online video 1-2-1 meetings. These meetings are an opportunity to introduce your company to other attendees in short 20-minute sessions. Sessions run from 09:00-22:00.

The schedule

  • April 28: Deadline for signing up to the workshop and filling in your online profile
  • May 7: Deadline for requesting meeting – Max 15 for buyers and suppliers
  • May 10: Preliminary meeting schedules are available in the system
  • May 10 – May 25: Meeting schedule can be amended and more meetings can be requested

Our first workshop involved 1,141 meetings during the two days, 94 Danish tourism suppliers, 81 Tour Operators and/or tourism companies from UK, FR, IT, NL & US

Contact us

Ninna Seerup
Ninna Seerup

USA, Project Manager, Travel Trade & Leisure

Annalisa Ferraresi
Annalisa Ferraresi

Marketing Manager

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