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With friends looking for you, what you are missing. Prince Joachim has been at the cap in hand in order to obtain financing for the current documentary series

Rich friends support Any film with the secret amount

With friends looking for you, what you are missing. Prince Joachim has been at the cap in hand in order to obtain financing for the current documentary series

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
05 November 2019 Tuesday 13:00
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Rich friends support Any film with the secret amount

With friends looking for you, what you are missing.

Prince Joachim has been at the cap in hand in order to obtain financing for the current documentary series ’Prince Joachim tells ...’.

Fortunately took a number of foundations and companies, including the royal family's rich friends in the ECCO and Danfoss.

the Size of the financial gift is shrouded in secrecy, but ECCO and Danfoss confirms that they have supported the documentary series, after the production turned.

Producer Anna von Lowzow will not go into the details of the economy and stressing the production needs for the money.

- the Support meant that we could produce films of high quality, she says.


The economic leg up is nothing off hit. Just ECCO and Danfoss has generously helped the family financially.

Along with the LEGO bought the two companies, prince Joachim out of the Schackenborg Castle for 100 million dollars.

Danfoss has taken the aid in the higher altitudes by flying the royal family members to and from exotic destinations.

As the repayment, the company's owners got fine titles, invitations to celebrations and royal presence at the fabriksåbninger.

for Example, ECCO-owner Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak and chairman of the Danfoss fund, Peter Mads Clausen, just turned to the knight.

Danfoss president Jørgen Mads Clausen is even appointed as chamberlain and therefore permanent fixtures to the royal celebrations, Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak also be invited to.


Assistant professor and sociologist at the CBS Christoph Ellersgaard know as the co-author of ’the power elite’ to the relations between the large companies and the royal family.

He explains that there exists a problematic gaveøkonomi, as the stingrays at the royal family's neutrality.

- If their focus is particularly directed at those who give them gifts, you can buy the royal family's attention, he says.

the Royal family is not returned on the Ekstra comments.

Viewing figures halved

Prince Joachim documentary has gotten great reviews and a DRK-production - great ratings.

Figures from Gallup show that the first of the series of six episodes had 408.000 viewers, making the broadcast the most-watched of the week on DRK.

For comparison, had 'The big bagedyst', overall the most watched television program of the week, 1.2 million viewers.

Curiosity after prince Joachim project took, however, and in the second section, which is about democracy, was the viewing figures halved to 220.000.

Despite the decline retained the prince in the first place of the most watched programs on DRK.

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Rich friends: Why we support the

Both ECCO and Danfoss deny that you have supported prince Joachim documentary to get thrown royal stardust over itself.

ecco's head of communications, Søren Kragh Pedersen, writing in an email, that you have supported the project, because it is a constructive and enlightening project.

'ECCO Holding solicited, and you found the presentation exciting and the idea is good because of the ability to hit a broad audience, and to contribute to a part of history lessons in state schools', he writes.

Southern Denmark
Danfoss, who have supported the documentary series through the Fabrikant Mads Clausen Foundation, says that you have donated for a number of reasons.

'Parts of the story fit well with the purpose of the fund, namely to support and strengthen the dissemination of knowledge about the south of Denmark'.

'at the same time celebrated the 100 anniversary of reunification next year, and also in the context, it was appropriate for us to contribute', writes Danfoss' chief communications officer, Morten Thrane, in an email.

Updated: 05.11.2019 13:00
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