EU fundings boost the development of Danish entrepreneurs and SMEs

Every year, Danish entrepreneurs and SMEs receive EU support to boost their development. Meet five of them here. Meet five entrepreneurs and SMEs who have received support from EU for business- or competency development in 2014 - 2020.
 

  • Opdateret 15. september 2022

New plant halves the carbon footprint of a passionate gin maker: "Now we do with distilling only in the winter"

Fundings from the EU project Sustainable bottom line Bornholm give master distiller Henrik Nerst the opportunity for more growth and sustainability.

Hear Henrik's story in the video.

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"We have really seen the light in digitisation"

Through the EU project KOMPAS – Northern Jutland competence boost, DearBaby - Lejetøjskassen took control of customer records and order management and is now far better equipped for a data-driven future.

Watch the story of DearBaby - Lejetøjkassen.

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The frigate Jylland is riding the digital wave

In Ebeltoft, the frigate Jylland has come closer to its customers with the help of the EU project Digital Leadership Culture.

Watch the video and hear the story of the digitisation process.

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Learned how to create growth with the help of an EU project

"We had difficulty finding motivation to grow," says owner Martin Fischer from the kitchen equipment store Køkkenfreak in Svendborg.

With the help of the EU project Strengthened business at street level, his competencies were strengthened so that the business is now ready for the future.

Watch the story of Kitchen Freak.

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Mia was equipped for entrepreneurial life through an EU project

Mia Hjorth Hansen, the woman behind the soft drink company AIM THIRST, has no doubts:

"The EU project has given me a number of competencies," she says. Through the EntrepreneurDenmark project, Mia has, among other things, received help with social media and with finding a good balance between work and private life.

Watch the video and hear Mia's story.

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