When thinking about growing older, privately owned Casa Klein in Spain could be an interesting alternative. It’s unique in its offer of combining hotel or home and medical care.
Scandinavia is the clear theme at Casa Klein. The guests have various professional backgrounds, but they are all Scandinavians. So are half the staff and the rest speak English. “And we have a Danish chef who cooks fantastic food,” says the Danish owner Joan Klein Rosén.
After a small Norwegian orchestra with a distinctive sound bagged a string of rave reviews, music journalist Andrew Mellor went in search of its secrets…
The end of Tuborg’s second festival season in the UK is coming up, and the overall impression from the more than 100 outdoor events is a huge success. One of the festivals to have an exclusive supply deal with Tuborg is the mighty Glastonbury festival; with almost 140,000 people going there every summer one can just imagine how such an event boosts the sales charts!
By Signe Hansen | Photos: Courtesy of Climate Circle
How do you bring competing, private businesses to co-operate not only with each other but also with publicly held businesses and local municipalities to achieve a greener world? This is the puzzle that Danish ClimateCircle is attempting to solve in the north western part of Jutland. [...]
One topic is dominating the world of politics and business these days – the earth’s climate. Politicians are responding to the challenges, and business is responding to opportunities for solutions. It will all culminate in December with the UN COP15 conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.copenhagen2
In December, when all the countries of the world meet at COP15 in Copenhagen to negotiate the framework of a global climate agreement, the main aim will be to safeguard the society we live in today. However, another objective will be to fashion a sustainable society, which will serve as the foundation for the green economic growth of the future.
Choosing the right location for a convention can be essential to the outcome for both host and participants. Of course, one wants the experience to be out of the ordinary, but it is also necessary to ensure that the quality of facilities and equipment allows for top efficient arrangements. One place that can provide both long lasting impressions and highly professional arrangements is Finland. Scan Magazine has looked into some of the country’s many different possibilities.
Many visitors are taken aback by Finland’s astonishing nature and, just like Finnish expats, feel downhearted to leave after what they often experience as way too short a visit. But while getting their very own haven in the middle of it may seem like utopia to most, it is actually exactly what the Island of Strömsö offers.
With Scandinavia’s largest congress and concert centre and numerous smaller facilities surrounded by Finland’s beautiful nature, Tampere is the perfect place to hold any international convention. The town’s own airport has low-price connections to many major European cities, including London and Stockholm. Besides Tampere is located just a 25 minute flight or under two hours’ drive from Helsinki airport, which has connections to virtually all parts of the world.
Peter Schmeichel is a man with no regrets, so he says, and as if that is not extraordinary enough he also happens to have been voted the world’s best goalkeeper - twice. The way to get there? According to the man himself, you have to let the safety net go; risking everything is the only way you will, as he practically did, win everything. With the European Championship one of his big triumphs and the Champions League another, Schmeichel seemed every inch a contented man when Scan Magazine met up with him outside London.