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1. Edition 2009
© 2009 by Dagmar Fink

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Reprint, even in part, is only allowed with the approval of Worktrotter Publishing.
Re-using the content in other media, courses, presentations, etc. is prohibited.

Cover photo: Casper Tybjerg, Denmark

ISBN DE: 978-3-941696-02-0
ISBN DK: 978-87-993913-0-1

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The next pages contain the first 1-2 pages of each chapter of the Worktrotter‘s Guide and are intended to give you a taste of the contents, the quality and the level of detail you can expect in the full version.
The full version contains 330 pages of packed information, that explains the first
steps before and after moving to Denmark. Many of us had to learn them through
trial & error. You can choose to do that too, or you can choose to benefit of the
collected knowledge in the international community. Learn from our errors, from
our experiences, from our hints and tips. Be smart from the start. You will still find yourself in enough situations with wild heartbeats where you wonder if you did things right. No need for more of them.
If you like what you read, you can order the Worktrotter‘s Guide and thus support our work of supporting internationals living in Denmark.

Rememebr to check out also at the other offerings on our Website
The Business Directory makes service providers better known which are aiming at the international community. Here you can make your own services known too.
The Hints & Tips pages enable you to increase the fun-factor of your life in DK.
Join our events on various cool topics and increase your network.

And now, have fun „tasting“
Yours, Dagmar Fink

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