New Network Service Provider  

Targets Chinese Travellers in Denmark

2014.03.19

A Chinese start-up company has chosen Denmark as business hub for an Internet access service providing free wifi for travellers during their stay in Scandinavia.

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Nordic Network Service ApS (NNS) is a newly established firm based in Copenhagen. It is the first company in the Nordic countries that provides mobile Internet access to visiting business people and tourists traveling around the Nordic countries.

Qi Gu, Regional Director of NNS explains:

-”NNS provides 24 hours Internet connection to tourists travelling to Scandinavia. It allows the users to get online wherever they go, without worrying about costs, as the service includes unlimited data.”

The ambition is to target tourists and business travellers in general, but initially, NNS will focus on Chinese travellers through cooperation with travel agencies and other relevant partners.

Invest in Denmark has assisted NNS with establishing a Danish company and mapping potential cooperation partners.

Project Manager from Invest in Denmark, Bo B. Rasmussen says:

-“It is not every day that we work with start-up companies like NNS, but the conditions for this type of investments are actually quite beneficial, as the Danish government is looking to increase the number of start-ups, and I hope that NNS can inspire other entrepreneurs to consider Denmark.”

Denmark has world-class IT infrastructure with some of the world’s highest ICT penetration rates for mobiles, broadband and PCs..

A leading

ICT nation

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