Scandinavia (and Scandinavian products) in Hamburg

Scandinavia and Scandinavian products ar "in" in Germany. So why not communicate together to be heard and seen better?
 
Here is a summary of the ideas developed in the meeting last month.
 
There are two different categories:
 
1. These projects do already exist. You can just join them.
2. These projects have to be developed by the participating companies. Please give a signal that you and your company are interested and we will form a project group that is developing the project together with the participants.
 
IDEAS HOW TO COMMUNICATE SCANDINAVIA AND SCANDINAVIAN PRODUCTS IN HAMBURG
 
1. You can just join these projects immediately.
 
a) Midsummer att Scandic Hamburg Emporio
On 28th June the hotel expects about 700 guests to attend the traditional Midsummer Party. You are invited to present your company there and to invite your own guests.
For further information, see attachment "Midsommar im Scandic Hamburg Emporio 2017.pdf". Please contact directly Hjördis Ewald (hjoerdis.ewald@scandichotels.com)
 
b) Hej Skandinavien, DIE ZEIT Hamburg
Special supplement in the renowned newspaper DIE ZEIT on July 6,2017. You can choose between several different attractive ways to present your company - in different price categories.
For further information, see attachment "VKU_2017_DZ_HH_HejSkandinavien.pdf". Please contact directly DIE ZEIT Hamburg.
 
c) Roadside Screens in Hamburg
Several Scandinavian companies can join together and share the new digital, flexible public advertising space. 
For further information, see attachment "Prasentation RSS Hamburg_Lokal.pdf“ or watch a film on YouTube https://youtu.be/eJBeU_ZLob0. Please contact directly Ron Kullmann (rkullmann@stroeer-direkt.de)
 
d) Online Shopping Guide at ZEIT online - Handelsflotte
Online advertisements for at least 10 companies in one category, e.g. "Scandinavia in Hamburg". For further information, see attachment "VKU_2017_DZ_HH_HSL-Handelsflotte.pdf". Please contact directly DIE ZEIT Hamburg.

2. These projects have to be developed by the participating companies.
 
a) Indoor fair "Scandinavian lifestyle" at Cruise Center Altona
An experience and adventure fair where people can not only look, but also touch, taste and buy. Exhibitors can be anyone who has a closer Scandinavian connection.
In the near future we will inform you about further details. If you are interested, please feel free to contact me or Marko Holmberg (marko@cafe-saltkrokan.de)
 
b) Joint booking of advertising screens in cinemas
Affordable opportunity for five companies to jointly develop an advertising spot on screens in cinemas.
If you are interested and for further information, please feel free to contact Siema Al-Othman (bc5101@indiska.se)
 
c) Information about Scandinavian companies at Nordic Film Festival Lübeck
If you are interested and for further information, please feel free to contact Jonna Siukola (josi03@handelsbanken.de)
 
d) Skandinavien Renntag - Scandinavia Race Day at Hamburger Rennclub in Hamburg-Horn
A larger number of Scandinavian horses and jockeys will be invited. A great opportunity for Scandinavian companies to take over the patronage or/and present their company.
For further information, see attachment "HRC-Skandinavien-Renntag.pdf". Please contact directly Patrik Heinsen (Patrick.Heinsen@affinis.de) or info@galopp-hamburg.de.
 
e) Homepage/Landingpage for Scandinavian Companies
Homepage/Landingpage for Scandinavian Companies to be better found in the www. Better to be found under the key words Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Scandinavia, Nordic countries on the Internet.
An example might be the website http://www.lieblingsadressen.de.
This project could also be combined with a print product.
If you are interested and for further information, please feel free to contact me (uta.schulz@svetys.net)
 
f) Nordic Crawl
Inspired by Britsh Pub Crawl or bar-hopping. (Potential) customers are invited to experience special products or programs at Scandinavian companies and will win a special price or offer.
For further information please feel free to contact Marko Holmberg (marko@cafe-saltkrokan.de)
 
Please feel free to forward this Mail to all Scandinavian/Nordic companies you know! If you know anyone who could be interested in being informed please forward the mail adress to be taken into the mail group.
 
If you have further ideas, information or suggestions for Scandinavian companies please let us know!
 
And last but not least: How everything started. Attached you will find the review on last year’s activities of „The Swedes in Hamburg“ (schweden_skandinavien_in_hamburg_2017_03_23.pdf). We are glad to work with our Nordic neighbors now! 
 
Enjoy and good luck!

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