With a thriving tech industry, collaborative work culture and appreciation for work-life balance, Copenhagen is undoubtedly a great place for startups.
With nearly 1.3 million inhabitants in its wider urban area, Copenhagen is no large city in global terms. Full of cobblestone bridges, canals, cozy cafes and avid cyclists, it’s frequently voted as one of the most liveable cities in the world.
With no less than 20 museums, 15 Michelin-starred restaurants, streets sprinkled with trees and slanted timbered houses as well as harbours flanked by lots of public space, Copenhagen is also slowly becoming a leading startup hub particularly in the Nordic region.
Our Startup Guide Copenhagen book is filled with city-focused tips, startups, coworking spaces, programs and interviews with founders as well as experts. It gives you all the information you need to get you started in the Danish capital.
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Note: Unfortunately, this book is not available in digital format.
Published November 2016
Welcome to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, nestled in the heart of Scandinavia. With a history dating back to the Viking Age, the capital of Denmark boasts a compelling heritage that comes across in its colorful architecture and historical landmarks.
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