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Here you can read the latest DI Business news in English from the Confederation of Danish Industry.
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.
Linda Duncan Wendelboe, Head of DI Global Talent, blogs about expats and the opportunities for social life in Denmark.
Expats are tired of being the odd ones out at Danish workplaces, says Director and Founding Partner at Living Institute Heidi Rottbøll Andersen.
Dutch Stefan Segers is head of engineering at Universal Foundation in Aalborg and happy to be working in Denmark, but he does sometimes find it difficult to read his Danish employees.
International business leaders made it clear during the P4G Summit that sustainability is no longer an option – it is necessary for survival.
Many thousands of guests found themselves greatly impressed after visiting the Confederation of Danish Industry on Copenhagen’s Culture Night, where companies showed how their solutions keep Denmark running.
Increasing globalisation and upswing in the global economy also result in growing international investments – which have now been on the rise for four years running. And that’s good news for Danish companies, says Chief Economist at the Confederation…
A badminton partner was key to liquorice entrepreneur Johan Bülow’s entry into the most finicky market for the salty sweets, namely Finland. This has whet the company’s appetite for more.
The government’s proposed climate plan moves Denmark into the fast lane in green transition of the transport sector. The Confederation of Danish Industry supports the government’s goal to phase out cars that run solely on petrol and diesel, but also…
High international demand hasn’t boosted Danish exports, shows new data from Statistics Denmark.