Gefion symbolises the early links between Denmark, Sweden and today the UK. The link between Denmark and Sweden are these days notoriously represented by the Öresund Bridge. The connection with the UK is reflected by he Gefion Fountain being situated at the Churchill Park in Copenhagen and next to the English Church of Denmark.
Long before the dawn of our civilization the goddess Gefion was given land by king Gylvi and was told she could for one day and night plough up as much land as she could and it would all be hers. Gefion turned her sons into strong oxen and ploughed – and when time expired she put all the earth into Öresund and created Sjælland, leaving behind lake Vänern in Sweden. The fountain depicting Gefion and her oxen is located at the Churchill Park in Copenhagen.
Gefion symbolises as such our mission of linking Scandinavia and the Öresund region with the UK and hence our company name.