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Copenhagen: The new hub for entrepreneurs

Written by Julie Meyer on Thursday, 16 July 2015.

I know airports, and Kastrup, the main international airport serving Copenhagen, is one of the best. Why? If you travel as much as I do, you do all your shopping in airports. Copenhagen has some of the best shops and food and it's all laid out in those clean Scandinavian lines.

Denmark is a country with some attitude. Eight years ago I went to Copenhagen, and thinking that it was in the Eurozone, I made the mistake at the duty-free checkout of expecting them to accept my euros. You've never seen such a look of horror. But first and foremost, Denmark is a nation of some considerable entrepreneurial talent.

Danish startup Milestone joins Canon Group

on Friday, 25 July 2014.

After months of rumours about a David/Goliath partnership, Danish startup Milestone have been acquired by the Canon Group for an undisclosed deal expected to be worth around €150m.

Denmark's Planday raises $3.75 million

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 03 June 2014.

Creandum, a venture capital firm that specialises in innovative tech companies and an early investor in Spotify, has spotted the huge growth potential of Denmark's Planday – a plucky young startup specialising in the as yet untapped market of employee shift planning. Not one to invest lightly, Creandum has backed the startup to the tune of $3.75million, giving it a sizeable war chest with which to expand abroad.

The entrepreneurcountry Forum and your Summer Reading List

Written by Bokani Tshidzu on Monday, 24 March 2014.

Every Entrepreneur knows this feeling. The palpable excitement of anticipating an event brimming with opportunities. Having cleared the diary, I worked till 3am to offset the time out at a conference. It's all part of living this 'abnormal life', and a personal invite form Julie Meyer requires no less. 

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Copenhagen: The new hub for entrepreneurs

by Julie Meyer

I know airports, and Kastrup, the main international airport serving Copenhagen, is one of the best. Why? If you travel as much as I do, you do all your shopping in airports. Copenhagen has some of the best shops and food and it's all laid out in those clean Scandinavian lines.

Denmark is a country with some attitude. Eight years ago I went to Copenhagen, and thinking that it was in the Eurozone, I made the mistake at the duty-free checkout of expecting them to accept my euros. You've never seen such a look of horror. But first and foremost, Denmark is a nation of some considerable entrepreneurial talent.

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