Members' Meeting and Annual General Meeting

Venue: Carlsberg Breweries, Ny Carlsberg Vej 100, 1799 Copenhagen V

Full Program

A full program for the upcoming Members’ Meeting hosted by Carlsberg in Copenhagen has been completed and the Nordic Travel Retail Group is happy to announce:

  • four prominent speakers with highly topical and relevant presentations
  • a historical venue in a developing part of the city of Copenhagen
  • great networking opportunities in an always welcoming atmosphere

The travel retail theme of the day is GLOCAL – local presence, global atmosphere.

Registration by e-mail is open; we are looking forward to see you.

Members’ Meetings are ‘members-only-events’ and free of charge for members of the Nordic Travel Retail Group. You are welcome to register more people from each member company. At the Annual General Meeting, each member company has one vote according to the rules.



  • 11.30-12.00: Arrival, Registration, Networking and a sandwich lunch
  • 12.00-13.00: TBC – by Carlsberg


  • 13.00-13.30: Annual General Meeting, Nordic Travel Retail Group
  • 13.30-14.00: Anders Dam Vestergaard, Business Unit Director Duty Free/Travel Retail, Carlsberg
  • 14.00-14.30: Kasper Basse, CEO, Joe & The Juice
  • 14:30-15.15: Networking & Coffee


  • 16.30: END


About Naser Khader

Naser Kahder is a leading proponent of peaceful co-existence of democracy and Islam. Khader co-founded an association of Islamism critics in 2008, with the aim to promote freedom of speech and inspire moderate Muslims worldwide. Naser Khader, born in Damascus, Syria, has lived in Denmark since 1974 and is a Danish citizen.

Naser Khader is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute. He has written several books about Islam and integration, and gives lectures worldwide on that subject. He has been awarded several prizes in recognition of his fight for freedom of speech, secularity, and integration of immigrants into the Danish culture.

Since 2015, Naser Khader is a member of the Parliament of Denmark for the Conservative People’s Party. He was first elected to Parliament representing the Danish Social Liberal Party in 2001. In 2007 he left this party to found New Alliance (later Liberal Alliance), whom he represented from 2007 until 5 January 2009.