I Danmark elsker vi at cykle. Cykling er for en dansker lige så naturligt som det er at børste tænder eller at støvsuge og sådan har det været i mange generationer. I 30’erne var ekspeditricen, kontorchefen eller murerarbejdsmanden fx ikke blege for at cykle 15 km hver dag til og fra arbejde. Det var […]
What I really like about this startup is that it’s simple and it solves a real problem for society and for its citizens. No fancy business models.
There are some companies that seem completely unafraid to do things differently. While others cling desperately to business as usual, I admire organizations who try alternative ideas and Zappos is one of these companies.
Fuck, man. I have just stepped out of TEDxCopenhagen’s magical universe and my brain is about to explode. It. Was. Crazy. Eight hours packed with talks about everything from school systems strangling kids’ curiosity and desire to learn to Higg’s Particle. From edible towns to the Syrian civil war.
Call me is small Danish mobile phone operator – one of a dozen fighting brands. In March 2011, like the rest of the industry, Call me was caught in a deep trench, where business was all about being 10 kroner cheaper than your competitor and selling discounted phones to customers in an attempt to win them over.