Want to do business in Denmark?

The video below is made by “Invest in denmark” which is part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. They offer a wide range of professional consultation services for getting your business in Denmark off to a flying start – all free of charge, and in guaranteed full confidentiality.

In addition to the rules and regulations that apply when doing business in Denmark, it is also important to understand the Danish business climate. On important point mentioned in this video, is the reduction of the corporate tax in Denmark from 25 percent to 22 percent in 2016.

Also using a Danish company as platform for European expansion is attractive for many reasons. Denmark has a unique tax rule where a Danish company is generally not taxed on income from foreign branches, which means it is actually more cost efficient to have a Danish company expanding into branches in neighboring countries, rather than having a company in for example Germany or Sweden expanding into Denmark or other countries.

In this video Alexandra Huber, Attorney-at-law at the law firm Lead, explains about doing business in Denmark, including some of the more technical aspects.

If you are considering doing business in Denmark, you first need to familiarize yourself with the relevant public authorities and the rules that apply for doing business in Denmark.

In this video named “Who will you meet when you do business in Denmark?”, you will meet the Danish public authorities which are especially important for your business, namely:

1. Danish Business Authority
3. The working environment authority

When you do business in Denmark, you naturally need to follow Danish rules. Different rules apply for establishment of permanent businesses in Denmark and for those who come to work temporarily in Denmark.

“Business in Denmark” is a public service providing information to foreign companies on the relevant rules and registrations in Denmark and they offer very valuable information, you can learn more HERE.

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