For the second part of our coverage of Internet Week Denmark, we explore what it means for a city to be ‘smart’, why Aarhus is smart, and how this can benefit citizens.
Inspired by the Bangladeshi Nobel Prize winner Muhummad Yunus and his concept of microfinance, a project run by Aarhus Municipality is building hope for the unemployed and homeless
While crowds of revelers head to summer festivals in Denmark in the next months, experts debate the health of the music industry. After a challenging decade, is it still valid to talk about crisis?
By hosting many events in English, a new festival in Aarhus is making a special effort to attract visitors and foreigners and strengthen city’s international ambition
How a group of entrepreneurs in Denmark is applying the “Couchsurfing” philosophy to meals and creating a new market
For expats arriving in Denmark, the limitations of the recycling network may come as surprise. But small initiatives in Jutland are providing an appropriate destination for waste
Born in the 90’s, the KaosPilots wanted to be a game changer in education. Now it has been recognized as “one of the best design schools in the world” and plans to expand its footprint abroad
In order to avoid endless bureaucracy in other European countries, every year, more and more couples choose to get married in Denmark. The number
Businessmen and authorities agree that international workers are crucial for Jutland’s growth and competitiveness. But helping them integrate remains an ongoing challenge