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Henrik Brabrand, CEO TRANSEARCH International A/S (Denmark), shares a foreigners’ guide to better understanding the Danes.

Foreigners' guide to better understanding the Danes

Henrik Brabrand on LinkedIn

Danes are a bit of a paradox. In fact, we can be quite difficult to label as we are full of oxymyrons. Geert Hofstede put perfect words to this paradox in his work on cross cultural analysis. Read »

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