The ambition to be strong on partners is working for the Danish cruise network, CruiseCopenhagen. More partners mean better collaboration on important issues like sustainability.
The B2B cruise network, CruiseCopenhagen, comprise more than 60 partners in the Danish cruise industry. At the annual CruiseCopenhagen autumn meeting on the 20th of November, two new partners who have joined the network were presented. One of the new partners is the City of Nyborg, located on the eastern coastline of the central Danish island of Funen. The other is the Danish porcelain company, Royal Copenhagen A/S, which is a great example of the diversity of partners and what makes CruiseCopenhagen especially unique.
Søren Busk, Head of Retail at Royal Copenhagen A/S, says:
The breadth of partners and that they span so widely geographical and across branches make the network unique. By bringing the entire value chain together from ports, destinations, hotels, attractions – and now retail, CruiseCopenhagen offers cruise lines a total solution for their cruise guests.
Sandra Neffgen, Head of Shore Excursion Program at AIDA Cruises, says:
Stronger collaboration sets the course for sustainability
Not only do the strong and wide partnerships benefit the cruise lines and guests – it is also beneficial when solving and collaborating on important issues like for instance sustainability. The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) considers collaboration an important part of the sustainable development in the cruise industry.
Tor Sletner, Vice President Europe Governmental Affairs and Maritime Policy at CLIA, explains:
With the new partners, CruiseCopenhagen is stronger than ever. The ambition is to expand the partner circle and to attract more diverse partners in order to keep creating greater impact on important issues such as sustainability and securing sustainable development within the Danish cruise industry.
Please read more at: www.cruisecopenhagen.com
Photo caption: Two new partners were introduced at the annual CruiseCopenhagen autumn meeting: The City of Nyborg and the Danish porcelain company, Royal Copenhagen A/S.
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