Thank you for signing up for our Chief Happiness Officer Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark. Here is some practical information for you.
Information from you
Firstly, there’s some information we would like from you:
- When do you arrive in Copenhagen and when do you leave?
- Are you coming to the meet & greet dinner on Tuesday November 5, 2019 at 18.00/6 pm?
- Are you joining us for the sightseeing+dinner on Wednesday November 6, 2019?
- Will you be at the afterparty on Friday November 8, 2019?
- Do you have any dietary restrictions or allergies?
- How can we best reach you during your stay?
If you didn’t give us this information during registration, please update your ticket information by clicking “View / Edit Ticket” in your confirmation received by email. Please do this as soon as possible and preferably before October 8th, 2019. If you prefer to send an email with the information you can do so to Patricia (email@example.com).
See the detailed agenda for the CHO Academy November 5 – 8, 2019 here.
November 5 – 8, 2019.
Meet-and-greet and dinner
We start the night before the actual training for a meet-and-greet, fun and dinner. We do some teambuilding to get to know each other. If you possibly can, try and make it for this – it adds a lot of value to the training itself.
We meet on Tuesday November 5, 2019 at 6:00 PM. Details are in the agenda.
Venue for training
Our venue is in central Copenhagen.
Pilestræde 61, 2nd floor
1112 Copenhagen K
The price includes breakfast and lunch on the 6th, 7th and 8th of November, 2019, the welcome dinner on the 5th, dinner and sightseeing on the 6th and the farewell dinner on the 8th. Please let us know as soon as possible and preferably before October 8th, 2019 if you have any dietary restrictions or allergies.
There is no dress code, wear something that makes you feel comfortable and happy. November in Denmark can sometimes be a bit grey, sometimes beautiful, so we recommend you wear layers to easily adjust to the weather.
Do you need a Visa?
Not sure if your visit to Denmark requires a visa? Please check the information provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
Finding a place to stay
Hotels in Copenhagen are generally good but quite expensive. We recommend that you find a place in central Copenhagen for easy access to the venue on foot – or by bike, like everyone else in Copenhagen does it. We recommend looking for a good deal through hotels.com or similar websites.
Here are some hotels/high end hostels that we can recommend from least expensive to more pricey:
Steel House Copenhagen
Hotel Kong Arthur
Hotel Skt. Petri
Also, Airbnb has many great places in Copenhagen.
Tickets and cancellation policy
Tickets can be purchased with credit card or paypal through eventsoftware Tito.
Please note our cancellation policy:
Cancellation up to 2 months before the Academy: 100% refund
Cancellation up to 1 month before the Academy: 50% refund
Cancellations received after that date are non refundable, but the ticket can be transferred to another person.
Getting around in Copenhagen
There is excellent public transportation all over Copenhagen. Depending on where you’re staying in the city, a City Pass Small can cover all transport from the airport and to the training venue. You can purchase your City Pass in advance here or in ticket machines. Google maps is great for planning your trip by train, metro or bus to the venue and where you’re staying.
All taxis in Denmark accept payment by major credit cards. Uber is not available in Denmark.
Of course, the fastest, easiest and most Danish way to get there would be to rent a bike. There are numerous bike shops that provide rental bikes and a city bike program as well. Here’s a great collection of things to know before you start riding a bicycle in Copenhagen.
Fun things to do in Copenhagen
Copenhagen has amazing food and many great sights. We’ve collected some of our favorites here, in case you have some free time.
Our favorite burger places: Halifax and Gasoline Grill
Best sushi rolls in town: Sachi Sushi
Best darn pizza in town: Behov Pizza
Seafood: Kødbyens Fiskebar, Fishmarket
Danish cuisine: Pony, Ida Davidsen
Restaurants with good vegetarian options: Atlas Bar, Riz Raz
For a great brunch: Laundromat Café, Kaffe og Møller
Weekend brunch: Sult, Toldboden
Going all out: Geranium (3 Michelin stars), Jordnær (1 Michelin star) – make sure to get a reservation for these
Fun things to do
Do a free walking tour
Rent a bicycle and see the city like a native. Here’s a great collection of things to know before you start riding a bicycle in Copenhagen.
A visit to Tivoli Gardens – a beautiful amusement park right in the city (Open Oct 11 – Nov 3, 2019)