Partnerships and collaboration across sectors and disciplines are more important than ever. The Danish working culture and problem-solving approach are based on trust and a sharp focus on finding innovative ways to get the job done.
As businesses and governments struggle to handle more and more complex issues, the need for partnerships and collaboration across disciplines is greater than ever.
Collaboration across sectors and disciplines is crucial for a small country like Denmark. Based on trust and with an approach that focuses on the quality of the idea rather than formal hierarchy, the Danish working culture and problem-solving approach is about finding innovative ways to get the job done.
Be it city planning, designing new forms of VR-mediated therapy, reducing the carbon footprint of fashion, or creating new opportunities for up-and-coming musicians, ideas are developed in partnerships: public-private partnerships, associations, and cross-sector business alliances. Not just within the creative industries but in the entire country.
Denmark has a knack for collaboration and partnerships, which is evident when it comes to international projects and cooperation too. Users are involved more, professions work together better, and communication flows more easily.
Creative Denmark is a public-private partnership. And we are all about building relationships. We connect the Danish creative industries with international businesses and governments, showcase partnership and collaboration projects, and create new platforms for cooperation and partnerships.
Let us start a conversation on how we can use creativity to change the way we think about partnerships.