The energy market is characterised by complex market structures and regulations. In-depth knowledge of energy policy development and the regulatory and financial frameworks that market players operate within is essential to successfully navigate this market.
The overall challenge for industry players is the extensive regulation of all aspects of the business activities - ranging from research through to distribution, marketing and sales - combined with the difficulty of navigating in a market characterised by public law.
The industry works with some of society's largest assets but is constantly challenged by limited access to liquidity and fluctuating profitability levels.
TMT as a sector covers a large market where technological innovation has been one of the key drivers in improving productivity.
The financial sector is continuously changing, heavily influenced by the global financial markets. Now more than ever, financial institutions need to perform under strict regulation and evolving market conditions.
The world's demand for quality food products with stable traceability is on the rise, and export is therefore an important growth area for Danish food firms. The key ongoing challenge is to develop international activities responsibly.
The public sector is under pressure to streamline procedures and ensure a competitive economy. At the same time, public sector operators must deal with complex and changeable regulations that leave no room for error.
Transport and logistics is an important sector representing a range of businesses that face different problem areas. What is common for all market players is a competitive environment with a tight regulatory framework, and the need to address financing requirements and countless liability and insurance issues.