Central Denmark

The Central Denmark EU Office (CDEU) represents the 19 municipalities of the Central Denmark region as well as the Central Denmark regional government, Aarhus University and VIA University College. Central Denmark region comprises the central part of Jutland from coast to coast and is home to Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark and European Capital of Culture 2017. Central Denmark is a very diverse region and has a special focus on innovation, healthcare, education, research, tourism, energy, environment and culture. The Central Denmark EU Office has teams and advisors dedicated to each of these areas.

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Central Denmark

Strategic R&I Projects

Everywhere International SME's

The Everywhere International SMEs (EIS) project brings together nine partners from seven regions across Europe. The EIS project aims at promoting excellence in regional business support systems for internationalising SMEs by sharing best practises.


The StratKIT project is about making the procurement of public catering services more sustainable. StratKIT brings together public authorities, catering service providers and researchers in a network to set up a toolkit & an online open knowledge platform.


ERRIN activities

Management Board members

Latest Updates

  • By Hilary Webb

ERRIN members preparing for Cities Mission co-creation activities with MOSAIC

Last month, ERRIN’s project MOSAIC ran an open call to find cities and regions preparing for the Mission on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities, interested in collaborating with MOSAIC on their citizen engagement activities. ERRIN is pleased to share that 14 ERRIN members are being engaged under this initiative.

  • By Central Denmark EU office

KA2 Partner Search - European Languages in a digital world

Central Denmark EU Office is searching for European partners, where we first and foremost are looking for regional authorities who are strategically supporting language learning at upper secondary schools, and who want to strengthen their collaboration with other European regions.

  • By Hilary Webb

ERRIN welcomes Sarah English as the new Network Chair

Yesterday, the ERRIN Management Board selected Sarah English (Scotland Europa) as the new network Chair. She has been a member of the ERRIN Management Board since 2014 and served as a Vice-Chair for the last three years. The Troika is now composed of Sarah English, Lars Holte Nielsen and Hortense Lutz-Hermellin who will continue to collaborate in their efforts to support the Board and secretariat in taking the network forward.

  • By Signe Madsen

Partner search on H2020 climate resilience topics from VIA University College, Denmark

VIA University has experience in European projects such as Horizon 2020, Interreg and LIFE. The research center for Built Environment, Energy, Water and Climate at VIA University has expertise in enhanced nature-based urban treatment solutions with a focus on innovative climate adaption solutions, remediation solutions, green renewable energy solutions and to develop methodologies and guidance for the design and implementation of urban enhanced natural treatment systems in cities. 

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Expression of Interest – Skive Municipality, Central Denmark

Skive Municipality would like to participate in an EU funded project dealing with Smart Mobility Services, i.e. How to reduce CO2 emissions from the transport sector, reduce congestions, while - at the same time - keeping a high service level and flexibility for the individual commuter.

  • By Elena Nielsen

Green Biorefinery- a Green Deal for agriculture

This seminar will describe the disruptive potentials of new local biorefineries to contribute to EU self-sufficiency with plant protein and new biobased products while supporting EU policies on environment and climate.