Network for Communication

The network strives to strengthen the communication in and around Lyngby-Taarbæk City of Knowledge & Urban Development.

The network consists of communication professionals, who work jointly across different sectors and industries with the objective to share knowledge and experiences relating to communicative challenges and issues.

The network primarily focuses on:

  • The City of Knowledge Strategy 2020
  • Triple-Helix: private sectors, universities and the public sector cooperate
  • The City of Knowledge communication strategy including how to communicate the City of Knowledge´s vision, projects and results
  • Issues concerning international citizens and their families
  • Handling press initiatives

The City of Knowledge secretariat assists by communicating essential news and stories via different channels such as a newsletter, the website and a monthly page in the local paper “Det Grønne Område”.

The network further encourages members to use the City of Knowledge´s logo as an integrated part of their own materials.

Please contact the secretariat for further inspiration or download the Danish or English logos here.

Member representatives

Aquaporin | Black Network |  Bristol-Myers Squibb | Cobham | Copenhagen Business Academy | COWI | Det Grønne Område | DTU | Dyrehavsbakken | Geo | Jan Nygaard | Jyske Bank | Lyngby Boldklub | Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality | Magasin du Nord | Maskinmesterskolen København | Maxgruppen | Microsoft | Nordea | Novozymes | Scion DTU | Sinatur Hotel Frederiksdal | Sprogcenter Hellerup | Tryghedsgruppen | Visma Consulting

For me, the most important part of the City of Knowledge is its function as a common platform into which we can invest energy and resources. This creates far greater value compared to what we could achieve individually.


Søren Hansen, Municipal Director – Municipality of Lyngby-Taarbæk