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Explore US business and politics in Boston

Join our visit to Boston, US, January 14th – 17th, 2020 and learn more about the Boston business environment and how politics works in the US. Former US Ambassador to Denmark, Mr. Rufus Gifford will be present at some of the meeings during our visit.

3 days in Boston

In cooperation with Former US Ambassador to Denmark, Mr. Rufus Gifford, we kindly invite you to learn more about the Boston business environment and US politics.

 

We are very privileged to invite representatives from the Danes business comunity to this visit to Boston (US) with Former US Ambassador to Denmar, Mr. Rufus Gifford as a local guide throughout some of our meetings during our visit.

 

Pic: Former U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, Mr. Rufus Gifford

Price:

USD 1.200,00 a person (ex. VAT), based on 15 travellers.

(Excluding: Airfare, accommodation, insurance, dinner/lunch, local transpoortation, ESTA, insurance). 

DAY 1: Wednesday, January 15th 

DAY 2: Thursday, January 16th

  • 9.00 am: Breakfast at Bostonian Boston 
  • 11.00 am: Urbanisation: TBA
  • 1.00 pm: Lunch downtown Boston (own cost)
  • 3.00 pm: Political debat: TBA
  • 7.00 pm: VIP Dinner with Mr. Rufus Gifford & Stephen De Vicent (own cost)

DAY 3: Friday, January 17th 

  • 9.00 am: Breakfast at Bostonian Boston 
  • 10.00 am: 
  • 1.00 pm: Lunch (own cost)
  • 3,00 – 5 pm: Company visits: tba
  • 6.00 pm: Departure Boston Int. Airport (BOS)

 

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”

J.F. Kennedy

President of The United States of America

Would you like to join our visit to Boston?

“A leadership is someone who brings people together”

 

 President, George W. Bush 

 

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Politics of the United States 

The United States is a federal republic in which the President, Congress and federal courts share powers reserved to the national government, according to its Constitution.

The federal government shares sovereignty with the state governments. The executive branch is headed by the President and is formally independent of both the legislature and the judiciary. The cabinet serves as a set of advisers to the President. They include the Vice President and heads of the executive departments. Legislative power is vested in the two chambers of Congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives. 

Two political parties, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, have dominated American politics since the American Civil War, although smaller parties exist such as the Libertarian Party, the Green Party and the Constitution Party. Generally, the Democratic Party is commonly known as the center-left liberal party within the United States, while the Republican Party is commonly known as a right-wing conservative party.