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A metropolis done differently

Meet CopenCore – a vision that’s about to seal
Copenhagen as the cultural capital it is.

THE CHALLENGE

Can Copenhagen become World map material?

Outside of Denmark, not a lot of people are aware of the capital’s rich history, remarkable art galleries and exceptional restaurants – not to mention the experiences they foster. These are among the top reasons for living, working and thriving in Copenhagen. But these experiences are hardly recognised by most international visitors compared to other European cities. We’re here to help change that.

The question isn’t ‘if’ but ‘how’ Copenhagen can become World map material and a notable destination for future visitors. The recipe? A clear-cut strategy for cultural experiences to nurture tourism that makes visitors come back for more. 

THE SOLUTION

When the world zigs, Copenhagen zags

The vision behind CopenCore is far from just putting Copenhagen on the World map. It’s about making it stand out. And the road to getting there is by highlighting what sets the city apart – the Copenhagen way of living. What makes the capital’s residents thrive is what international visitors should experience on their own.

CopenCore is brought to life in collaboration with Wonderful Copenhagen, the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, the Ministry of Culture and the Copenhagen Municipality. It’s a vision, yes – but one that’s easily translated into future initiatives that will truly matter to anyone visiting the city of Copenhagen. Find the vision here.

GET IN TOUCH

Want to learn more about making experiences matter?

Line Bjerregaard Jessen
lbj@seismonaut.com
+45 50 58 20 15

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Jorcks Passage 1B, 4.
1162 Copenhagen K
DENMARK
+ 70 27 03 10
info@seismonaut.com

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