Startup Guide Aarhus

Aarhus is commonly known as the world’s smallest metropolis, but it should really be called the world’s biggest village. It is large enough to offer a diverse array of events and subcultures, yet small enough for the inhabitants to keep track of what’s going on. If you’re passionate and proactive about the things you care about, chances are you’ll quickly get to know the right people in your field.

The startup-scene has been gaining momentum here for several years, recently accelerated by the city’s selection for Capital of Culture in 2017. Aarhus’ infrastructure is undergoing its biggest makeover in decades with the construction of the new harbour area “Aarhus Ø”, while lines and lanes for the future tramway are being built simultaneously. If you want development and an inclusive startup-environment with plenty of cultural capital, Aarhus is the place to be.

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On this book:

“Be authentic. Your branding must reflect the dna of your business.”

Eva Hansen , Vaeksthus Midtjylland

“Accept that you can't do everything by yourself”

Martin Thim , Worldperfect

Table of contents

City essentials

Everything you need to know about the city before you come or before you start a company.

Startups

The hottest and most interesting startups in a broad range of industries. Get to know them.

Programs

All the best incubators and accelerators you should know about.

Spaces

The top spaces to work from and meet creatives and entrepreneurs in your city.

Founders

Insightful interviews with some of the most experienced and inspiring local founders.

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