Establishing a Business
Setting up a business in Denmark can take as little as 48 hours.
There are five steps you must follow to start your business: a work and residence permit, company registration, tax registration, setting up a bank account, and engaging an accountant.
Contact us to learn how we can help you get started!
Registration and practical resourcesTo set up your business you must register your business, pay taxes, work with Danish authorities, etc.
Check out the relevant authorities. Here you may find some relevant links:
- Business in Denmark - The Danish Business Authority's public service to provide information to foreign companies on the relevant rules and registrations in Denmark
- Invest in Denmark - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- SKAT - Taxes, customs, and duties in Denmark
- Virk.dk - On-line business registration
Tools and adviceGuidelines and advice may be helpful when starting up or running a business in Denmark
Please contact us if you have any inquiries about starting and running a business. You will also find helpful tools and advice here:
- Copenhagen Business Hub - Free-of-charge guidance to businesses and start-ups. Start-up stories, advice, events, courses, and contact information for entrepreneurs
Albertslund has a Jobcenter which gives access to IT services for job hunting, and two web portals (WorkinDenmark and Jobnet) where employees can post their CVs and search for job openings.
As an employer you can also advertise jobs at these portals. WorkinDenmark is both in English and Danish whereas Jobnet is solely Danish.
Regional resourcesMake use of our networks in Albertslund, Greater Copenhagen, and the Øresund Region
Knowing Albertslund gives immediate access to networks and knowledge of authorities and organisations at a regional level. Contact us for more information or search for information at:
- Copenhagen Capacity - Official organization for investment promotion, business development, and cluster growth in the Copenhagen Region