COPENHAGENCopenhagen is the capital of Denmark and the country's major business, cultural and educational centre.
Copenhagen is a modern metropolis, with a relaxed, cosmopolitan ambience and a taste for future trends, while at the same time the city has maintained its truly historical feel. It is the city that hosts the Danish parliament, government and the Royal Family.
Copenhagen is expanding rapidly, with new residential and business areas being built along the harbour areas and on former industrial and military sites. The city is experiencing high growth rates, low unemployment and a boom in entrepreneurial and business activities.
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While life is fast paced in Copenhagen, it also offers its citizens an opportunity to live in a city where the focus is on environmental sustainability and quality of life. Thus, in Copenhagen You can have an ambitious career and quality of life in tranquil surroundings and atmosphere.
Copenhagen has an aim of becoming the first carbon neutral capital by 2025.
Extensive retrofitting of buildings, reorganisation of the energy supply and change in transport habits are some of many initiatives the City of Copenhagen will implement in order to become carbon neutral by 2025.
Today Copenhagen attracts the majority of foreign companies and expatriates to the country. In particular, the city focuses on clusters and attracting headquarters as well as innovative knowledge-driven companies within IT and finance, cleantech, life science, ICT, biotech, maritime- and creative industries. This is due to its prime access to a well educated, committed and flexible workforce.
Copenhagen offers an excellent infrastructure that connects the city to a large hinterland in the wider capital region and also to Sweden through the fixed link to Sweden. The city is the centre of the Danish-Swedish Øresund region and a natural key point in the Nordic region. The largest airport in the Nordic region is only 10 minutes from the city centre.
We have an explicit ambition to be a knowledge-based, creative and diverse metropolis.