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enterprise
02
nov
enterprise

If anyone knows about where enterprise is heading, it is Sissel Hansen, founder of the “Start-up Guide” series. It comprises Berlin, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Lisbon - and counting. The “Startup Guide” to a city gathers insights from the startup scene and serves as an enabler for entrepreneurs new to the city who are planning to set up shop.

The Startup Guide team say about themselves that the guides are tailored for aspiring entrepreneurs, investors and enthusiasts. Yet they have a way of bringing out their stories to life with full texture and local spice that you would have a heart of stone if you do not find yourself (at least) an enthusiast after browsing through any of the guides.

"THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS TO GET STARTED"

There is a lot of speculation about the working life reality of the Millennials. That’s jargon for people born around 2000 – the millennium. Will they all be freelancers? Will they move around? Work according to their values? Be their own bosses?

So far, all research shows that the Millennials act radically different to the generations before: In highlights they put their money where their mouth is and wont be pinned down by national borders and narrow minds. The attempt to forecast how future generations will apply their skills and competencies is not just a matter for grumpy old economy professors, it’s a matter of urgency to us all to create infrastructures that enable them.

If anyone knows about where enterprise is heading, it is Sissel Hansen, founder of the “Start-up Guide” series. Therefore we are psyched to have her amongst us at Creativity World Forum 2017. She will help us all navigate the start-up world and give her insights on “How to make room for skills and competencies” both present and future.

“Startup Guides” have been published for several cities; starting with Berlin, then Aarhus, Copenhagen, Lisbon – and counting. The “Startup Guide” to a city gathers insights from the startup scene and serves as an enabler for entrepreneurs new to the city who are planning to set up shop.

The Startup Guide team say about themselves that the guides are tailored for aspiring entrepreneurs, investors and enthusiasts. Yet they have a way of bringing out their stories to life with full texture and local spice that you would have a heart of stone if you do not find yourself (at least) an enthusiast after browsing through any of the guides.

Would you like to know about the start-up world in your city? ..or a city you are travelling to? Then a Startup guide is your point of call. Or maybe combine your visit to Aarhus with an adventure in the Aarhus start-up scene before or after? You will be in safe hands with Sissel and co’s Startup guide Aarhus.