As you walk (or more likely cycle) through Copenhagen, you will be confronted with this bright red sign which lies a stone's throw from our offices.
It’s not just an eye-catching piece of public art; it also got me thinking about our little country in the north and why it’s a unique place to live and do business.
From Viking to Biking
Historically, Denmark is probably best known for its rampaging and raging Vikings.
Our ancestors took the fight to other lands and stole what treasures they could while they were there — not very understanding!
But over time, and after several wars with the other Nordic nations, we grew into a different kind of country.
From the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard to children’s author Hans Christian Andersen, the ideas coming from our country became a little more civilized.
Fast-forward to the 21st century, and we’re known as a progressive country, leading the way in green innovations, quality of life, and cycling opportunities!
Modern Denmark: Built on understanding
Today, Denmark is a nation that understands the value of education and the importance of innovation.
The Danish culture of collaboration, trust, and community combines to create a unique atmosphere, particularly in our capital city, Copenhagen.
An outstanding IT infrastructure and a highly skilled workforce creates the perfect setting for a tech company.
Raffle: A Danish company with an international outlook
For these reasons, Raffle could only have been fostered in Denmark.
Created with expertise from Danish universities, alongside talent from around the world, Raffle produces state-of-the-art AI tools that help you understand your customers and employees. They also allow your customers and employees to understand your organization better.
Many companies could benefit from a greater understanding of those they work with and those who work for them. Raffle is there to help you do that.
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