TechBBQ: ESTABLISHING YOUR BUSINESS IN THE NORDICS AND NORDIC CULTURE
News Published 17 September 2019
Synch is hosting the second panel session on Thursday, September 19, from 13:00-14:30 at the TalkBBQ stage.
The panel session will focus on how you can establish your business and become ready to enter Nordic markets from a legal perspective. An expert panel of entrepreneurs and legal advisors will debate a variety of dilemmas that startups and investors face. We will talk about how you can establish your business on a Nordic level and debate dilemma about setting your business in the Nordics and Nordic culture from both a practical and a legal perspective. Synch and the expert panel will provide legal insights for both startups and investors and are ready to answer your questions about going Nordic.
September 18-19: Synch pop-up office
During both days at TechBBQ, Synch will run one-on-one legal sessions with startup and investors. Get feedback on your company or product. Request a meeting by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Further, if you have a question or a specific dilemma that you would like the panellists to discuss during the panel debate, submit your case or question on email@example.com – you can do it anonymously if you prefer.
TechBBQ is Scandinavia’s largest startup & innovation summit, which in 2019 will gather more than 7,000 Danish, Nordic and international tech entrepreneurs, investors, and innovators of tomorrow. TechBBQ takes place over two days in the historic heart of Copenhagen, creating local and global networks to drive growth for startups and scaleups.
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