Danske Bank seeks to help entrepreneurs grow their impact on society
A new digital hub powered by Danske Bank is set to help Nordic entrepreneurs grow their societal impact.
In an attempt to help purpose-driven start-ups maximize their impact, we are launching a new digital hub named +impact. The new hub is the first step in a wider initiative seeking to create a connected eco-system consisting of purpose-driven start-ups, expert volunteers, corporates and investors.
The new initiative draws upon the experience from our The Hub, which successfully brings together start-ups with employees and investors.
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In short, the new rules, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will give all private individuals a better overview and more control of the personal data that businesses and other entities have about them.
For customers of Danske Bank it will become even easier to view personal data we have registered about them, be informed of how we use the data, and have the data updated.
New digital hub to support purpose-driven start-ups
We wish to use our role as a leading financial partner to address some of the challenges that we face in society. One of our priorities is to build relevant initiatives with which we can help entrepreneurs to grow their positive impact on society.Jeanette Fangel Løgstrup
Head of Societal Impact and Sustainability, Danske Bank
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