Lithuanian businessmen in Denmark: We want to give something back

After taking their education at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), two Lithuanians are dreaming about a life as entrepreneurs in Denmark. "We got a free education and then unemployment benefits when we finished studying here in Denmark. Now we want to give something back", says Kristupas Saikus.
Copenhagen
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