I am a Danish guy who just moved back to Denmark in November 2010 after living in Milan since the fall of 2008. Before moving to Milan I got an undergraduate degree in Internatinal Business at Copenhagen Business School with some wonderful stints in Hong Kong and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Between Hong Kong and North Carolina I co-founded a startup that sold tailor-made suits to US college students.

At the end of 2010 I graduated from Bocconi University and this blog is meant to be a collection of random thoughts and musings about life as newly graduated and my thoughts on primarily technology and business.

Feel free to contact me in either English, Italian or Danish or follow me on twitter find me on linkedin or send me an email


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  • http://twitter.com/mrskuza Arek Skuza

    Hi – I read your post considering Italian entrepreneurship. I like it as it considered a lot of important things which are important not only for specific country but for whole Europe. I published some post about my country: http://www.arekskuza.com/index.php/2010/09/working-on-start-up-business-in-poland/ I would be more than happy to exchange ideas with you.

  • tobir

    Hey man, just browsing through the internet and then stumpled upon your blog via the linkedin site. looks really nice & some interesting thoughts and points of view in your writings! well done! keep it up. looking forward to more! ciao man – tobi

  • Domenico Gimeli

    Jesperrrrrrr! This blog and your initiative as a whole is incredibly interesting, innovative, radical and I am sure I will follow this at least weekly to be updated on your improvements and ideas.

    Bye my friend, sei il migliore tra gli Italiani!