Neil Murray has done a great write-up over at TrendsOnline (in English) about changes in requirements for starting business in Denmark, as well as other thoughts about the governments approach to entrepreneurship. Both highlighting the change of capital needed to start a limited corporation has been lowered to 1 kr (from 80 000 kr), as well as the new loan structure for entrepreneurs.
He also talks about Alternativet, a new political party formed in 2013 by Uffe Elbæk, a politician but also known for being behind the Kaospilot education, which has many entrepreneurs in it’s alumni. Alternativet is a party with a strong focus on entrepreneurship and startups.
Head over to TrendsOnline and check it out for full information.