Danish Billionaire owns 1% of Scotland

Danish Billionaire owns 1% of Scotland

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12 Scandinavian Universities Rank among the 300 Best in the World

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Five Scandinavian business executives are listed on Harvard Business Review’s list of the World’s 100 Top Performing CEOs 1. Lars Rebien Sørensen (born 1954) CEO of...

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Danish Researchers on Music and Memory

Does music affect memory? Danish researchers are testing a hypothesis that children with musical skills such as rhythm and melody also develop stronger memories. School children aged 6-19...

Apple with big investments in Denmark

In February Apple announced the company’s plan to build and operate a data center in Denmark’s central Jutland. The center will then power Apple’s...

Danish Fashion’s Rebel Kid

Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov is not only associated with a fashion label, but a multitude of twisted yet tantalizing universes created in relation...

Danish Whisky Distillery Expanding

Spirits accelerator Distill Ventures decided last December to make a DKK 100m+ investment to finance significant growth for the Danish whisky distillery Stauning in Ringkøbing...

What Makes Scandinavia Different?

What accounts for the Nordic countries’ strong welfare states? Hint: it’s not white homogeneity. There’s a reason the Scandinavian welfare states are still the envy...

Denmark on Ipanema Beach

Visit Denmark and The Danish Ministry of Business and Growth are in charge of the Denmark House on Ipanema Beach in Rio - an...

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