Doing business in Denmark – intro to Danish business law
Sebastian Rungby from the law firm Lund Elmer Sandager & Iværksætterdanmark present: Doing business in Denmark – intro to Danish business law
Starting a business in Denmark? Get an overview of Danish business law and all the legal matters that you must understand when starting a Danish business.
The workshop course is designed for non-Danish entrepreneurs that want to start a business in Denmark. You may also participate if you already have a CVR-registration however your company must not be older than five years.
Apart from your time and enthusiasm the course is free of charge.
If you can picture yourself in the following this course is just right for you:
You are on the verge of starting a business in Denmark and you want to know more about the legal aspects of forming and operating a company. During 4 workshops we will walk you through the most important parts of the Danish business law. The course will cover:
- All the basics: how to register your company, which company form to choose, insurance, GDPR, warranty, how to deal with complaints and Danish marketing law.
- Important agreements: ownership agreements, stakeholder agreement, rental agreements, and employment contracts.
- Legal matters related to sales: terms of sales and delivery, international trade and supplier contracts.
- How to protect your idea: patents, copyright, and Non-Disclosure Agreements.
After the workshop course you will know how to set up and operate your business in Denmark.
Your guide on the journey from good idea to great business
Sebastian Rungby is a partner and attorney at Lund Elmer Sandager, which is one the biggest law firms in Copenhagen. Sebastian is a specialist in the legal matters of Danish start-ups and has throughout his career helped hundreds of entrepreneurs with starting their business.