ARTICLES IN ENGLISH
Get inspiration, tips and tricks from other members of FTFa. Here are a few of their stories in English.
Advice from a non-Danish speaking entrepreneur in Denmark
As a Dutch native Gaby did not know the Danish language or of the system regarding entrepreneurs. Still she succeeded in launching a cleaning company. She shares five pieces of advice if you too want to start your own business in Denmark.
Your network will give you a head start
Be active on LinkedIn and contact the people in your network to get in touch with employers. To Helmut Bloos, those are the key steps to getting a job as a graduate in Denmark.
Get to know yourself
During her three months of unemployment, Camila Buschle, was kept busy figuring out which direction to go professionally and how to present herself to relevant companies. Making contact with the right people was not a hindrance because of a wide network in the industry.
Networking and persistence
According to 25-year old Marina Kahle, there are three important things you have to do if you want a job as a graduate in Denmark: Network, know what you want and be persistent.
Erika: The biggest challenge is to be noticed
When 25-year old Erika Balint graduated last year, she was unemployed for four months. The biggest challenge getting a job was being noticed among all the skilled candidates. Her best piece of advice is to start early and not to do it alone.