We have moved our offices from one historic part of Copenhagen to another - from the old Latin quarters near the University of Copenhagen to the square where Hans Christian Andersen once resided. The move is also a symbolic one as it marks an expanding activity and global reach for Quercus Group.
“We are entering a new and exciting phase with activities accelerating in Denmark and internationally, not least in Kenya, Nairobi where we have opened our first international office. The new offices in Copenhagen will give us the right base from which to grow and further our activities. You really sense the soul and history of the place, something I truly enjoy. It inspires to big thinking and creativity”, says Nicolai Sederberg Rottbøll (CEO of Quercus Group).
Synergies with Copenhagen Resource Institute
More inspiration in the area comes from Copenhagen Resource Institute, with whom we share the building. They conduct studies and work with clients within the field of resource efficiency and the circular economy.
Housewarming in April 2015
We will celebrate with clients and partners in April 2015, to share the positive spirit of the new offices and you are welcome to visit us anytime.
The new premises on St. Nicholas Square (Nikolaj Plads) are facing St. Nicholas Church built in the early 1200s, Copenhagen’s third oldest church, and the church of fishermen, sailors and visiting traders. The church named after the patron saint of sailors offers a beautiful window view. The Great Fire of Copenhagen destroyed the church tower in 1795 and the current spire is a modern reconstruction of the original, financed in 1909 at the initiative and expense of the art lover Carl Jacobsen.