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Mono AT YST

Copenhagen · Sept 16-18

We're excited to welcome YST attendees to Copenhagen, home to Mono headquarters! Whether you'd like to hear about what's new here at Mono or what to do in Copenhagen, we'd love to chat at the show. 


We'll be kicking off the conference with a morning event open to all YST attendees on 'The Customer Journey' where, together with MatchCraft, we will discuss the current landscape of SMB online presence and how to cater to all steps of the typical customer journey in order to drive digital revenue and customer satisfaction. 


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We'd also love to show you a demo of Mono V5, the site builder of all site builders. V5 is the newest version of our platform and it's a game changer. Book a demo at the conference and we promise you'll be inspired at the very minimum.

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OUR TEAM AT YST COPENHAGEN

LOUISE LACHMANN
CEO & FOUNDER

Louise has worked with strategy, communication and digital media since the early days of the Internet. Prior to founding Mono, Louise was the Managing Director of Tribal DDB a world-leading digital agency. She also co-founded a web agency Pentamind that was later sold to Ad Pepper Media. Louise holds a a master degree in International Law (LL.M.) from Brussels and a diploma from the International Advertising Association (IAA). Before working with digital media she worked for E&Y in Tel Aviv advising tech start-ups.

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SVENN ANDERSEN
PRODUCT DIRECTOR

Svenn Andersen has been working with business development and product development in the digital space for over 15 years. With experience from the broadcast and media world, Svenn has worked internationally for several years in companies like European Directories and Egmont. Svenn has an educational background in business and journalism. He holds several diplomas in product and project management. In 2010 he co-founded the company Zenphi - a social media development and consultancy firm.

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WHAT TO DO IN COPENHAGEN

Our resident Copenhagen experts have put together their top suggestions of
things to do in the capital of the happiest country in the world.

1. RENT A BIKE

You can't miss the biking culture when you arrive in Copenhagen. They are in fact more bikes than residents in Copenhagen. Join in on the fun, it's a great way to get around and see all the city has to offer. Choose from city bikes that can be rented by the hour and include built in GPS and electric assist or check out any number of local bike shops for good deals on daily or weekend rentals. Just remember to signal!


2. eat like kings

Copenhagen is home to the world's best restaurant, Noma. Unless you made your reservation months ago, you'll have to settle for some pretty good attempts at the title. In general, Copenhagen is known for its food but it doesn't have to cost you all the kroner in the world.

1. Kødbyen - Copenhagen's meat packing district is the hottest spot for new restaurants and the local beat. 

2. Papirøen - Home to Copenhagen Street Food featuring any kind of food truck you can imagine. Great indoor and outdoor space for a casual and social atmosphere.

3. Torvhallerne - A local staple for fresh food and lunch spots. You'll also find some great gift ideas for Danish treats to take home. 

3. take a stroll

The city is built for biking but also great for walking. Some great walking spots include the inner harbor area, Kastellet (where you'll find The Little Mermaid) and the Copenhagen lakes. The lakes are a great spot for relaxing on a sunny day and you won't struggle to find a good coffee to bring along!


4. Do the tourist thing

There are great touristy things to do in Copenhagen and even the locals don't mind tagging along every once in awhile. Visit Tivoli, the world's second oldest amusement park. Check out Nyhavn for people watching and just enjoying city vibes. You can even head over to The Little Mermaid, but don't say we didn't warn you, she is small! Amalienborg is where Danish royalty resides and changing of the guards happens daily at noon.


5. SHop & explore

For good boutique shopping or just general Danish culture, it's worth heading out to some of surrounding neighborhoods, especially Vesterbro and inner Nørrebro. Both offer good restaurants, cafes and boutiques and are only 10-15 minutes by bike from the city center. If it's design you're after, check out Designer Zoo Shop in Vesterbro or Illum and Illums Bolighus on the main shopping street downtown, Strøget.

6. HANG OUT WITH MONO

We're a fun crowd and we can give you more pointers on any of the suggestions above.  We will be sponsoring the harbor cruise at YST and look forward to answering any questions you might have about the city or Mono!

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