Setting up your own business in Denmark – our quick guide

Our guide to getting started will walk you through the steps required, so you never know – the next big thing in Danish business could …

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A vicious circle: you can only get better at Danish if you speak it daily – but you have to be good to be able to use it daily.

French trailing spouse Sylvie Reynolds had done what she was told to do if she wanted any chance of a job here; she had learnt …

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Register your new business, choose a name and get going

Decide on the type of business you are going to register your company as, and all you need to do is name your company, register …

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Teaching Vikings Good Manners and how to behave

Inge Correll is a Danish institution in the dos and don’ts of good manners and how to behave properly. For more than a quarter of …

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New Nordic Cuisine was founded on the backbone of French chefs who took a chance by moving to Denmark

Denmark was not known for its gastronomy when the French chef, Francis Cardenau, started his culinary journey in Denmark. He shares the challenges, fears and …

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Gløgg – take the shortcut or make your own from scratch

On a cold winter day, a glass of hot glögg  to warm you up is great. If you think Danes only make it from scratch …

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Trailing partners – choosing life experiences over work experiences

Are you suffering from what I call the expat partner conundrum where you have to choose life experiences over work experiences because you follow your …

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With all the wind – do you know how cold it is for your skin when you go outside?

You probably already know about the effect of wind to enhance how cold you feel. DMI’s chill factor index helps you asses just how cold …

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The rules of the game; understanding the Danish political system

Are you new to Denmark? Or just still puzzled about how everything works? In the coming months you will hear a lot of talk of …

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Potato holiday coming up – are you going somewhere? What a lucky potato you are!

Did any Dane ever say this to you and you thought they had gone mad? Well, it’s one of those expressions you can’t translate. In …

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