Member Meeting, Copenhagen




The list of speakers for the upcoming Member Meeting in Copenhagen 20 November is complete, and the Nordic Travel Retail Group is looking forward to welcoming you to a fantastic day with excellent speakers and presentations, unique venues and a rewarding networking atmosphere.

List of Speakers

  • Julie Lassaigne, Head of Government and Industry Affairs, ETRC
  • Jennifer Cords, Corporate Affairs Manager – Global Duty Free, Imperial Tobacco
  • Per Ola Jönnerheim, Head of Group On-board Services, Stena Line
  • Karen Bender, E-commerce & Marketing Director, Copenhagen Airports
  • Filip Domagala, CEO, Unisport

We have already received several registrations for this event and you should be aware of that registrations are received on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please register by e-mail for the event and please inform us if you are not able to join the dinner.

A no-show fee of EUR 75 will be charged. Cancellations must be sent by e-mail no later than 18 November.


  • 11.00 – 12.00: Arrival and Registrations
  • 12.00 – 13.45: First Session
  • 13.45 – 14.15: Coffee and Networking
  • 14.15 – 16.15: Second Session
  • 16.30-17.30: Aperitif and networking at R-bar
  • 17.30: Christmas Dinner at Café Hovedtelegrafen

Hotel Offer
If you need accommodation in Copenhagen, NTRG has reserved a number of standard single rooms at Imperial Hotel. The hotel is situated near the central station in Copenhagen.

A standard single room, including a large breakfast buffet, costs DKK 1.000 (EUR 135)

To book a room please request a reservation form by e-mail to NTRG and e-mail it to

Please remark that bookings are received on a first-come, first-served basis and that availability and prices later than 5 November will be presented on request.


  • Berlingske Media is Denmark’s largest news publishing group and houses one of the world’s oldest existing newspapers: Berlingske. On the top of the newly renovated domicile of Berlingske Media, the member meeting will take place offering a unique view of the Copenhagen rooftops, thus providing the perfect settings for industry relevant news, information and inspiration.
  • The top floor of Copenhagen’s old main telegraph station is today the restaurant of the national Post & Tele Museum from where there is a beautiful view of Copenhagen City. While enjoying the great company of your travel retail colleagues and the view of the Round Tower, The Marble Church and Christiansborg Palace, Café Hovedtelegrafen will provide an attractive Christmas buffet. Café Hovedtelegrafen is situated only 150 m. from Berlingske Media.