Business in Denmark is a public service providing information to foreign service providers from other EU and EEA countries on the relevant rules and registrations in Denmark.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus/covid-19, entry restrictions concerning who are allowed to cross the Danish border have been implemented from 14 March at 12:00. These restrictions include border crossings on land, airports as well as arrivals by ferry, and will be in force until 13 April 2020.
When you do business in Denmark, there are Danish rules you have to know and follow. Different rules apply depending on whether you wish to establish your business in Denmark or you wish to provide services on a temporary basis. Here we give you the overview of the most relevant rules for foreign companies.
As a foreign company in Denmark, you will need to register with or notify to the Danish public authorities.
In Denmark, you will meet public authorities as well as competent labour market actors.
If you wish to provide services in Denmark, either temporarily or through establishment, some professions and activities require that you apply for a permit, license or an authorisation. Here you will find an overview of the professions and activities regulated under the Danish law.
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