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From hardly any to 270 applications in just three weeks
A New York Times article about labour shortage in Denmark has had a ripple effect and put a machinery factory in northern Jutland on the ...
German business hit by spring fever
Business confidence has surged in Denmark’s greatest export market.
Are you ready for the “now-world”?
Astrid Haug blogs about social media for us every month. This time about a world that operates in real-time and expects companies to do the ...
Danish solutions to ease India's water challenges
The new Gujarat-Denmark Water Hub is a public-private partnership with enormous potential for both India and Denmark. It contributes to ...
Recruitment director: Consider candidates’ personality
Christian Kurt Nielsen, CEO at Mercuri Urval, encourages companies to consider whether a new employee’s personality harmonises with the ...
Danish companies move to Kenya
14 Danish companies are well on their way into the Kenyan market after having participated in the project “Africanisation - From Næstved to ...
Copenhagen is the best city in Scandinavia for expats
Copenhagen outperforms all other Scandinavian capital cities according to the Mercer Quality of Living 2017 city rankings. "We have ...
New trade barriers are digital
Trade barriers have now also made their entrance in the digital world. This could make it more difficult for companies to share data across ...
In Scotland, Danes convert whisky to energy
In the town of Rothes, Scotland, a biomass-fuelled power plant generates enough electricity to supply 9,000 households with the help of ...
Managing stress and debunking the myths
Stress researcher and author Malene Friis Andersen, PhD, gave a seminar at the Confederation of Danish Industry’s Working Environment ...
PUBLISHED: 12/19/2011 LAST MODIFIED: 1/26/2017
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