The STAY Partnership – Attracting talent and startups STAY is a partnership that attracts international startups and talents. Startups play a key role in innovation, creativity and economic growth in societies
The STAY Partnership – Attracting talent and startups
STAY is a partnership that attracts international startups and talents. Startups play a key role in innovation, creativity and economic growth in societies and strength the national and global economy significantly. STAY brings together key players in business, academia, and the public sector to give startups better and lasting access to Denmark.
On August 20th, the STAY partnership launches at a full day conference as with speakers from Microsoft, The Carlsberg Foundation, The Think Tank DEA, Lyngby-Taarbæk City of Knowledge, Aalborg University, The Danish Chamber of Commerce, Milestone, Les Deux, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship, Copenhagen Capacity, Aarhus University, The City of Copenhagen and many more discuss the current challenges and opportunities for talents and startups settling in Denmark.
(For Dinner registration, please got to: www.eventbrite.com/e/reception-banquet )
Have a look at the program here
In addition, this STAY conference also focuses on Design China, ‘Play and Learn’, and Robot Technology. 20 Chinese design entrepreneurs will showcase their products in the historic Old Stock Exchange, Børsen.
Join us and become a part of bringing together members of the creative ecosystem while getting the opportunity to build on ideas and initiatives with major stakeholders including the Deloitte, Lyngby-Taarbæk City of Knowledge, Microsoft, Copenhagen School of Design and Technology, Aalborg University, Talent Garden Rainmaking, The Carlsberg Foundation, Copenhagen Capacity, The Danish Chamber of Commerce, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School, The City of Copenhagen including International House Copenhagen, Business House Copenhagen & Culture & Leisure Department.
(Monday) 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Slotsholmsgade 1-3 1217