Establishing a company in Denmark
Denmark is situated in northern Europe, the southernmost of the Nordic countries, with Germany to the south, Sweden and Norway to the north, and a long coastline of the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Denmark also controls two autonomous constituent countries in the North Atlantic Ocean: the Faroe Islands and the enormous expanses of Greenland. Its capital is Copenhagen, and the official language is Danish, although almost all locals also speak fluent English. The local economy is competitive and not unduly burdened by regulation, something that facilitates company incorporation for international entrepreneurs.
In terms of population size, Denmark is a small country of only 5.7 million citizens. Like other Scandinavian countries, Denmark did not become part of the eurozone, and retains its local currency. The Kingdom of Denmark was first founded in the 10th century by a nation of pirates that wished to control the Baltic Sea. Over the centuries, it has become one of the world’s leading and advanced countries in terms of many international indices.