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Copenhagen Is the 5th-Smartest City in the World
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is the 5th-smartest city in the world. In a new list of 102 world cities Denmark scores highly in terms of smart technological solutions, access to green spaces and good local council services. DI believes that…
Entire company quits smoking
In one year, the entire freight company Peder Olsen & Søn will be smoke-free. Today, about half of the company’s 100 employees smoke, but the employees support the idea of a smoke-free company. That’s why the company is now offering courses…
DI: Unemployment rate unchanged for nearly a year, indicating slowdown
New figures: Unemployment has been at a standstill since the end of last year - and this at a very low level. It’s a sign that Denmark could be facing more difficult times.
Lowest Confidence In The Economy In 75 Months
New figures: The slowdown in the economic boom and escalating international uncertainties are impacting confidence in the economy. It could slow down Danish exports. That is the opinion of Allan Sørensen, DI’s chief analyst.
UN Chief Executive: Danish Companies Can Win The Jackpot When It Comes To Global Green Transition
Denmark and Danish companies are uniquely equipped to be the winner in a greener, more climate-friendly world. Such is the opinion of the head of the UN’s development organisation, UNDP.
Fear of Terminator Gives China AI Head Start
Over-regulation must not hamper the future of artificial intelligence in Europe. The AI debate panel at the TechBBQ conference in Copenhagen believe that knowledge of this technology should be propagated and demystified.
Royals tie Nordic region together
Danish-Swedish partnership on particularly the green solutions of the future was in focus when the Swedish Crown Princess Couple attended both the DI Business Summit and the Swedish-Danish Business Forum in Industriens Hus.
International Citizen Day welcomes international employees to Denmark
BLOG: This weekend, more than 1,500 international citizens are welcomed to Denmark. A warm welcome is important as it increases the chances of retaining highly skilled international employees, making their contribution to Danish growth and welfare…
DI launches new 2030-plan: We can create growth and cut Denmark’s emissions by up to 70 per cent
DI is launching its new 2030-plan for Denmark that can increase Denmark’s wealth by at least DKK 110 billion, create more than 120,000 new private sector jobs and, through 150 concrete proposals, put Denmark at the forefront of the green transition.…
Mette Frederiksen invites companies to sign climate contracts
It’s time to put real deals on the table. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen wants to sign new climate contracts with the biggest sectors in Danish business in order to reach climate targets.