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Set Up a Publishing Company in Denmark

Set Up a Publishing Company in Denmark

The book and newspaper publishing industry in Denmark is represented by local and international publishing houses. Some of the Danish companies operating in this industry have gained international recognition. Bookmagazine and newspaper publishing has constantly evolved over the years and companies operating in this industry have been known to also encompass general mass media services, apart from traditional publishing activities.

One of our agents who specialize in company registration in Denmark can help you invest in this business sector and advise you on how to follow the steps to set up a publishing company in Denmark.

Publishing companies in Denmark

Publishing companies in Denmark can be small or large companies. Denmark has pro-business regulations and an investor-friendly regime; therefore many international companies base their regional headquarters here. Foreign publishers can set up a branch in Denmark and handle the production and logistics for distributing their products in the country and within the neighboring countries. 

The Danish publishing industry traditionally includes books, magazines, and newspapers. Small publishing companies can choose to specialize in a certain niche, such as printing on demand or only printing catalogs and books on high-quality paper.

These types of companies in Denmark generally have several departments, among which marketing, editing, printing, distribution. The company registered in Denmark needs to have a local registered address and investors will select the premises based on the size of the business, whether they outsource the printing and whether they need special storage space. 

How to set up a company in Denmark

Investors who want to start a publishing business need to register their chosen business form in Denmark, typically a private limited liability company or a public limited liability company. Investors who need specific details on the advantages of these business types can talk to one of our agents who specialize in company formation.

The steps needed to open a Danish company can be summarized as follows: choose the type of company and an available name, draft the company’s constitutive documents, register with the Danish Business Authority and obtain a CVR (Central Business Register) number.

You can contact us for professional assistance and counseling related to the processes needed to open a company in Denmark. Our team can also provide you with other corporate servicesm such as VAT registration or trademark registration in Denmark.