Office Space in Denmark

Fully Furnished Office Rental in Denmark offers fully furnished executive suites, professionally equipped office space and cost effective corporate real estate in Denmark. The office space for rent includes a wide range of essential services, making setting up a business in Denmark faster and easier than ever.

Recommended Offices in Denmark

Aarhus Office Space

A well-established center that offers its customers a premium working environment. Beautiful views, modern furniture, and a stylish center. It's a workspace that provides up-to-date meeting rooms... Read More >>

Albertslund Office Space

This centre enjoys a beautiful business lounge, modern and convenient, the ideal temporary work space for a business man on the move. For a cheaper office, we have a shared space campus solution,... Read More >>

Ballerup Office Space

This centre is a fully equipped and professional business installation based in a renowned technological hub in Ballerup. The building itself is a stylish and striking design, complete with a wide... Read More >>

Denmark for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Denmark

Denmark is a first choice for office relocation due to its strong exchange rate, excellent international trade links, business friendliness and developed infrastructure.

Denmark is a country in Northern Europe and is the southernmost of all the Nordic countries. It is bordered by Germany, Sweden and Norway. Although it is not part of the Eurozone, Denmark is a member of the EU and is a founding member of the OECD and NATO.

The country operates with a mixed market, capitalised economy and, according to Forbes, the US business publication, Demark has the world's best business climate. The country is ranked the fifth most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index of 2017.

Denmark's standard of living is above the European average and free trade is prevalent in the country, due to its connections with the EU and trade organisations. It is ranked as having the 16th highest GDP per capita and the most flexible labour market in the world, according to the World Bank Group.