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Brewing giant Carlsberg has launched an Indian version of its classic Danish elephant while the company’s Tuborg brand has a solid hold on India’s younger generations.
60% of Danish companies in need of new employees have difficulty finding them, shows a new survey from DI. At software company Milestone Systems, the problem is so severe that they’re often forced to abandon attempts to fill the position in Denmark.
Scaling down its security manual down from 64 pages to just three and scaling coverage up from the Middle East to all 19,000 global employees was part of Arla’s major security overhaul in the wake of its expansion into new markets – and all of it at…
Historic summer temperatures in Denmark this summer have led to record tourism numbers. But our neighbours are even more popular.
With a DKK 5 million-grant from the Danish Industry Foundation, the Confederation of Danish Industry is now establishing a national partnership with MIT in Boston. The country programme will strengthen the link between Danish businesses and MIT by…
Foreign employees are essential for many businesses when it comes to ensuring sufficient labour, but hiring foreign labour also involves a number of legal responsibilities for companies. DI offers advice about the most important points.
Digitalisation is paving the way for electronics in all products. CEO at GPV Bo Lybæk has not seen conditions for growth in Denmark this good in ten years. In four years, GPV plans to be twice as big.
Funen-based Universal Robots is the front-runner in a market where recruitment of more employees is the key to keep on riding the growth wave.
Kinga Szabo Christensen, Director for Leadership Development and Productivity, blogs about the challenges that middle managers face today and the risk of losing competitive edge due to a lack of leadership at Danish enterprises.