“It’s not easy to get to know people, when you move to Denmark. With LifeX you get to interact with people and you move into a home, not just a house,” says Ritu Jain. Photo: Kelly Hudson.

Co-living community helps Danish startups in retaining international talents

Relocating is no easy task, but the startup LifeX tries to smoothen the transition. Their modern co-living spaces contribute to retain a skilled workforce, believes employee of Danish Startup Tonsser.

Danish start-ups are often in need of international labor. To find, recruit and retain foreign talents is, however, a demanding task, consequently making companies missing out on significant potentials for growth.

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