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Foreign employees create growth for Danish companies and billions in state revenues. They are a boon to us and to Denmark, says Vice President of HR at Kamstrup.
More than 100 active applications from MIT students looking to intern at Danish companies testifies to strong interest. There is room for even more companies in Denmark’s country programme with one of the world’s best universities, writes General…
Denmark has a ‘welfare state glass ceiling’ in the form of long parental leave for women. Professor Nina Smith urges politicians to consider earmarking parental leave for men. This could lead to more women in leadership positions.
The U.S. added a total of 312,000 new jobs in December. That is the second-highest number in the past two years and impresses the Confederation of Danish Industry’s senior analyst.
Plans for a new business district at Avedøre Holme is the best news in years for business in Copenhagen, writes Chairman of DI Capital Region, CEO Poul Skadhede, Valcon.
IT apprentices contribute new and valuable competencies, says CEO of mattress manufacturer Dan-Foam, Kasper Sørensen.
2018 will not go down in history as a good year for free trade. But what will 2019 bring? DI’s International Marketing Policy department has taken a closer look at the best- and worst-case scenarios.
It has been 161 years since the Danish Trade Act was passed, granting unmarried women the right to conduct business under the same conditions as men.
Dominique Reiniche is setting new standards in danish business as the first female Chairman of the Board in a top-listed company, Chr. Hansen. She expects more women to follow.
The economic upswing is benefitting all of Denmark, shows new data on the regional economic situation. It is vital to continue efforts to create good conditions for businesses and growth, says DI.