Come and see me on 29th August

I am delighted to be giving a short presentation about the A to Z of Danish Bureaucracy (based on my ebook so if you can’t make the events you can buy the ebook) at a New to Denmark Presentation in Frederiksberg. The event is hosted by Welcome Group Consulting and below is more information from their website about the event. I hope to see some of you there!

Our “New To Denmark Presentation – A Newcomers Guide” will be hosted by Welcome Group Consulting in partnership with Café Cadeau.

The presentation is in English, and will be held on Wednesday 15th August and a second, repeat presentation held on Wednesday 29th August from 16.30 to 18.00 at Cafe Cadeau, Frederiksberg, H. C. Ørsteds Vej 28, 1879 Frederiksberg C, (close to Forum metro station and Vesterport S-tog station).

Moving abroad is always a serious decision to make. It is exciting, life-changing, inspiring, but also difficult and stressful.

It is always the first year after arrival that is the hardest. You have nobody to turn to with your issues and questions and face countless problems due to not speaking the language, from trivialities like paying a bill to complicated situations like misunderstanding – or simply not understanding a rule.

 

Our ‘New To Denmark Presentation – A Newcomers Guide’ will cover everything you need to know, to get you off to a great start and will cover:

  • Welcome to Denmark and Introduction to the Danes
  • Reality Vs Expectations
  • How to find permanent accommodation and how to avoid scams
  • Bureaucracy an A-Z guide of the things you really need
  • Explain the basic principles of the Danish tax system
  • Recruitment and how to find an English speaking position

We will close the event with a Q&A session, where you can ask any remaining questions on the topics above.

Time to take control of your new life abroad!

Entrance is free.

All the information about the event can be found here with a link to reserve a spot.

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