Welcome to PWN Copenhagen — a member of PWN Global. We are an international group of dynamic professional women (from all private and public sectors), living in the Copenhagen area. With a broad range of expertise and interests, our mission is to promote professional and personal growth; expand networks; and share knowledge, skills, and support. We invite you to join us.

 

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Benefits of membership

At PWN Copenhagen, you'll meet a wonderfully supportive network of professional women in the Copenhagen area. We offer:

  1.  Professionally focused speaker events and workshops
  2.  Mentoring Program
  3.  Women Entrepreneurs Group Program

Our Premium Members may access the following:

  • Attendance at all Copenhagen monthly speaker events (in English)
  • Participation in skills workshops, Mentorship Program, and Entrepreneurship Program
  • 2 free event guests passes annually 
  • 18+ webinars per year, by leading experts
  • PWN Global’s online platform (connecting 3,500 members across 29 networks worldwide)
  • and more! (click on 'See Membership Details' below for more benefits)

PWN's Global Community lets you connect with like-minded professionals around the world, develop your skills and competencies, achieve your career aspirations, and share your experience and knowledge. Connect, share, learn, advance—yourself and the world! The annual fee for Premium Members is 750 DKK. Non-members may attend some of our speaker events (150 DKK fee per event). 

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Welcome to PWN Copenhagen!

Founded in 2007, our mission is to promote professional and personal growth; expand networks; and, share knowledge, skills, and support.

We offer an ongoing series of professionally focused events and workshops; networking opportunities; our Mentoring Program; and our Women Entrepreneurs Group Program.  Take a look at some of the photos from our recent events.

We invite you to join us

Take a moment to review our plans for 2018, here:
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What we offer

  • PWN Copenhagen Events
    PWN Copenhagen Events

    At PWN Copenhagen, we offer monthly speaker events that focus on professional (and persona...

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  • Networking Opportunities
    Networking Opportunities

    PWN Copenhagen offers networking/social events, as well as monthly speaker events. We of...

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  • Mentoring Program
    Mentoring Program

      By becoming a member of PWN Copenhagen, you will be eligible to join our highly regard...

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  • Entrepreneurship Program
    Entrepreneurship Program

    PWN Copenhagen developed Women’s Entrepreneurship Group (WEG) at the end of 2014 and it...

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    Balanced Leadership

    It’s no secret that balanced leadership is no longer simply the ‘right’ thing to do....

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    Knowledge

    This PWN website offers you a variety of curated content, selected by PWN Global—relev...

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