Imagine a room decorated with candles, where you can have small talk while listening to nice background music. Looks like a description of the perfect scenario for a first date. But what if your date was actually with a business company?
Paradox: the demand for fast food services has risen, but the sector is experiencing bankruptcies, low profits, and unemployment.
While getting ready to start a life in the happiest country in the world, many foreigners have to deal with an issue that can be not so cheerful: the high costs of living in Denmark.
Behind the Godsbanen center for cultural production sits the Institut for (X): a place that, according to CEO Mads Peter Laursen, is more
What will you do in your free time during a weekend? A group of young people decided to dedicate their time to trasform their crazy ideas into real projects at last edition of Start Up Weekend.
Art centers in Aarhus experience a good moment in business, with increases in audience and in ticket sales. But profit doesn’t seem to be their main goal.
In the northern part of Jutland one of the worlds biggest and most powerful off shore wind turbine are being tested.
What is the point of buying newspapers if we can get information for free on the Internet? A Danish social initiative gives a reason why.
With festivals like SPOT and Northside, which opens today, Aarhus has seen a growth in tourism in the past few years – good