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Women’s professional network ‘Ladies First’ has started a new group for international female entrepreneurs and professionals living in Aarhus.
The Ladies First
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For young entrepreneurs, creating a Startup company is the first step in climbing the ever-competitive business ladder. With inspiring tales
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For many people, working at a company like LEGO or finding a stable job in the government can mean a dream turning into reality. But Danish entrepreneur gave up both opportunities to pursue happiness in something else.