WICH INCORPORATION TO CHOOSE: For a start-up, there are four relevant types of company in Denmark. The two sticky points are about whether or not you are personally responsible for debts incurred in the company, and whether or not you need capital to open it. Choose wisely. Each type comes with its own set of rules, and changing type later is complicated.
Join this Brew Your Own for an introduction to company types in Denmark, personal stories from founders about their choice and tips and tricks for staying friendly with co-founders and avoiding personal bankruptcy in case the start-up fails. This event also features networking between founders, researchers and students.
November 3rd, 15.00 – 17.30
Thomas Melbye, Senior Business Developer, Copenhagen Business Hub. “Customer first, incorporation later. Which company types to choose from in Denmark, Where to get help when you form a business entity and What to think about before acquiring a CVR-number”. Copenhagen Business Hub advises small and medium sized enterprises about launching and scaling. Most of their services are free of charge.
Elsa Brander, Ph.D., Research, business development and digitalization consultant, KOOPERATIONEN. “Resilient deep-tech cooperatives. How joint ownership and democratically owned start-ups reduces your personal risk, increases the robustness of your company and ensures a more stable workforce”. KOOPERATIONEN is the Danish Cooperative Employers’ Organisation.
Additional speakers to be announced
Moderator: Jes Andersen, communication and talent attraction, Copenhagen Science City.
Start-up founders and staff as well as researchers and students interested in entrepreneurship.
Does your start-up need to hire? Do you need a commercial collaborator for your research project? Are you looking for a co-founder? Or do you just need advice about the best lawyer, accountant, pizza parlour? Step up to our “Open Microphone” or mingle with peers during our beverage-tasting-session.