Consid Marks a Landmark Move to H.C. Andersens Boulevard

On Thursday, Consid celebrated the official inauguration of the company's new office space in the heart of Copenhagen, located next to the iconic Tivoli Gardens. The inauguration marks a significant milestone in Consid's Danish history.

Consid celebrated the official inauguration at the office in Denmark.
Consid celebrated the official inauguration at the office in Denmark.
Michael Lund Andersen
Michael Lund Andersen

“We are truly proud of our new premises. They reflect Consid’s philosophy that the office should be a pleasant place to be and feel like a home. We look forward to inviting our partners for visits and hosting many more events here,” says Michael Lund-Andersen, Managing Director for Copenhagen.

After nearly six months of intense work from a temporary office space, over 30 employees are now proud owners of their own office.

Consid, known for its focus on work environment and employee satisfaction, sees offices as a vital part of the company’s brand. Peter Hellgren, CEO of Consid, comments:

“For the past three years, Consid has been recognized as Sweden’s best workplace, and I am fully convinced that our offices and the atmosphere at Consid have had a significant impact on our employees’ satisfaction. In Copenhagen, we now have a centrally located office with a fantastic view of Tivoli – it doesn’t get more ‘Copenhagen’ than that.”

Finding the perfect office in Denmark was a challenge that Michael Lund Andersen took seriously.

“Several of the offices in Sweden have competed for the title of ‘Sweden’s most beautiful office,’ so it has definitely created pressure to find something here in Copenhagen that lives up to Swedish standards, which I believe we have succeeded very well with.”

For Michael Lund Andersen, the new address holds special significance.

“When I was younger, I actually lived in the building, so being back really feels like coming home again.”

In addition to the inauguration, there are more successes to celebrate. The goal is to hire 40 employees and achieve a turnover of 40 million Danish kroner by 2023.

“We have had a great start here in Copenhagen. We have already hired around 30 people with the exact skills we need to create the best conditions for a successful business going forward. Our customer base is growing, and I look forward to seeing where we stand at the end of the year,” says Michael Lund Andersen.

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