Invest in Denmark, Denmark’s official investment promotion agency within The Trade Council, is a one-stop service for foreign companies looking to set up or expand business or research activities in Denmark. Our specialized investment advisors spread out across the world work in close cooperation with colleagues & networks in Denmark making us an interesting organization to have a conversation with if you are looking to expand into Europe. Denmark offers a compelling argument to locate your Northern European hub out of and we are happy to help and support in making that happen. Talk to us & visit www.investindk.com for more.
There are currently over 25 Indian companies that are present in Denmark. A few of these companies have their Nordic HQ in Denmark while the others have sales and marketing offices serving clients in the region.
For the ninth consecutive year, Denmark is the easiest place in Europe to do business according to the new ‘Doing Business 2020’ report published by the World Bank. Denmark’s overall score has improved compared to 2019
Once again, Denmark ranks among the absolute top in the World Bank’s ‘Ease of doing Business’ report. Although Denmark drops one position to number four in the world, only surpassed by New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong, Denmark’s overall score has improved and Denmark maintains its leading position in Europe for the ninth consecutive year.
The World Bank highlights that Denmark has made dealing with construction permits cheaper by eliminating fees for building permits. Moreover, Denmark receives a top score for trading across borders, which measures the time and cost to import and export.
Anchored in the Nordic region’s renowned design and digital traditions. Copenhagen FinTech strives to support human-centric financial solutions with the potential to shape global society. At Copenhagen FinTech, they are building the most inclusive and expansive FinTech ecosystem. They help start-ups get off the ground by connecting them with financial institutions, research organizations, governments, NGOs and individuals who want to make a difference. More than 200 Fintech start-ups are in Denmark and 50 company residents from more than 20 countries use the bustling atmosphere of the Copenhagen Fintech lab as their base for developing innovative solutions.
Copenhagen Fintech has several programs, tailor-made to help and support fintech-start-ups that are looking to expand into Europe by tapping into the Danish Fintech-eco-system. Prominent among them are the NORDIC FAST TRACK PROGRAM & COPENHAGEN FINTECH ACCELERATOR.
Visit https://copenhagenfintech.dk/ to read more.