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New to Copenhagen Meetup Group Message Board › Interview Participants Needed: Article on the expatriated spouse

Interview Participants Needed: Article on the expatriated spouse

user 3787362
Copenhagen, DK
Post #: 191
Hello All,

I'm working on an article for Insight Magazine about how spouses of international employees form their own professional and social networks in Denmark. I would like to speak with people who moved to Denmark for their spouse's job and had to start a new life in Denmark. I'm looking for people currently employed, job seekers, and stay-at-home spouses.

How do you network in a country where you don't know the language? Where do you meet friends? How did you use your past career experience to build a new one in Denmark? Did you use your spouse's network to make connections?

Insight, owned by Jyllands-Posten, is an English-language magazine that is geared towards Denmark's international community. If you have time for a 20-30 minute phone or in-person interview, please contact me via the email link on this message.


Stephanie Bergeron Kinch­
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