INSPIRATION YOUR JOB SEARCH

INSPIRATION YOUR JOB SEARCH

ADVICE FROM A NON-DANISH SPEAKING ENTREPRENEUR

ADVICE FROM A NON-DANISH SPEAKING ENTREPRENEUR

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.

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CAMILA: BECOMING A PART OF THE COMMUNITY GOT ME MY JOB

CAMILA: BECOMING A PART OF THE COMMUNITY GOT ME MY JOB

"I found that there's always something going on in the industry and I took advantage of that opportunity"

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NETWORKING AND PERSISTENCE LED MARINA'S WAY TO TWO JOBS

NETWORKING AND PERSISTENCE LED MARINA'S WAY TO TWO JOBS

“I ended up writing to a lot of high managers in companies working with sustainability – and a lot of the people said yes to meeting me for coffee,” Marina says

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ERIKA: THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS TO BE NOTICED

ERIKA: THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS TO BE NOTICED

Her best piece of advice is to start early and not to do it alone.

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YOUR NETWORK WILL GIVE YOU A HEAD START

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.

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