PWN Copenhagen. Recently moved to DK: survival top tips, cultural differences

11 October 2022 17:30 CET - 20:00 CET Copenhagen FinTech

 

 

PWN Copenhagen invites you for a discussion on how to work and live in Denmark. 

The seminar is directed to all those women (and men) who have recently moved to Denmark and want to get a better grasp of the Danish culture, ways of working and life in Denmark.

What to do in order to fit-in? How to communicate effectively with Danes? Is it worth learning Danish? What are major cultural differences between Denmark and the rest of the world?

You can expect to have a fun, warm evening full of sharing experiences from living and working in Denmark.  You can also expect a very diverse, positive audience where students, newcomers would mix with corporates, entrepreneurs and academics.

The goal is to provide a support network to all those who are either new to Denmark or trying to better understand the Danes in order to fit into the Danish society.  We will also be giving away 5 free pre-publication copies of the new edition of "How to Work in Denmark: Tips on finding a job, succeeding at work, and understanding your Danish boss", written by Kay Xander Mellish one DISC Personality Assessment test. 

Program

17:30-18:00 registration

18:00-18:45 opening and panel discussion

18:45-19:30 open discussion

19:30-20:30 networking

Panelists

·       Mariola Kajkowska, the founder of *First Friend in Denmark*

·       Kay Xander Mellish, *How to live in Denmark* podcast

Moderator: Monika Izydorczyk, PWN Board Member

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Event details

Venue
Copenhagen FinTech
Copenhagen
Applebys Plads 7, 1411 Copenhagen
Denmark
Member price
DKK0 per attendee
Non-member price
DKK250 per attendee
Contact
[javascript protected email address]

Speakers

  • Mrs Mariola Kajkowska
    CEO First Friend in Denmark VIEW PROFILE
  • Mrs Kay Xander Mellish
    writer, public speaker VIEW PROFILE

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