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President Xi Jinping intends to show the world that China is open to trade with the country’s first import fair. Million and billion-dollar deals with international companies are meant to underline the message.
Despite the global upswing, Danish businesses have had difficulty increasing exports. In the third quarter progress was finally made, and that is excellent news, says DI.
In less than five months the UK will leave the EU, bringing about major changes for thousands of Danish businesses. Here are five tips for how to prepare your company for Brexit from Anders Ladefoged, Director of European Affairs at DI.
Lars Martin Haukohl and Thomas Damgaard Hasselager took a chance. They said goodbye to prestigious jobs and steady incomes in search for something more. Something impactful. What makes two men in the prime of their lives quit their jobs and…
Integration at Danish workplaces is going well – if you ask Danes, at least. At IT companies Zendesk and Vivino, the diversity of staff is considered a strength rather than a challenge.
Danish companies are struggling to find enough talented young individuals. Difficulties lie in attracting talents from abroad - and young Danes increasingly seeking employment opportunities abroad.
Chairman Lars-Peter Søbye informs that an appointment of Karsten Dybvad as chairman of Danske Bank will entail that the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) will need a new CEO.
The upswing continues in the US, and employment has increased once again. Every third company now has jobs they cannot fill.
Linda Duncan Wendelboe, Head of DI Global Talent, blogs about expats and the opportunities for social life in Denmark.
In Kenya, they use street collectors; in Denmark, we use robots. The Kenyan plastics industry looks to Denmark for inspiration after Kenyan chief executives and industry organisations visited Danish plastic companies.