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From Randers to Rostock, and Hörby to Hong Kong, we’re creating a more sustainable future for food and our people.

Danish Crown is a place for doers with big dreams. We’re cooking up new solutions to reform our industry, and the only way we can succeed is by working together. All 23,000 of us united by the urgency and magnitude of our task.

Passion is our protein, and by supporting each other every step of the way – from high potential programs and sustainability certifications to embracing diversity – we’re moving towards the same goal.

Working at Danish Crown, it’s never business as usual. You’ll be empowered to act with the freedom to rethink how we do things.

But big dreams need great teams, so we’re looking for even more passionate people to help us write the next chapter for food.

Better food. Brighter future.

We're tackling one of the greatest challenges of our time. Challenging enough for you?
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Mathias found his seat at the table in Switzerland
For Mathias Jepsen Schmidt the dream was always to work abroad, and he was given the opportunity to do so when he graduated as a trainee at Danish Crown.

Steep learning curve with support from colleagues

Mathias started his career at Danish Crown as a sales trainee in Denmark, where he gained extensive experience he could use in his further career. Today, Mathias works as a Sales Assistant at our sales office in Chiasso, Switzerland.

- From the beginning, my dream was to go abroad, so when my two-year trainee position was coming to an end, I went to my manager and told him I wanted my next step to be somewhere abroad - anywhere in the world, except for Germany which was a little too close to home, says Mathias.

Mathias was met with a steep learning curve, but also lots of support.

- It was a huge change. I had to learn a new language from scratch and a totally different culture. Luckily my colleagues helped me by speaking English in the beginning. The colleagues back home have also been very good at checking in on me and making sure I was ok.

Speed and quality are two things that don’t always go hand in hand, but in Mathias’ case they make up a motivating work duo.

- What motivates me is the speed of things. Quick transactions and processes. I’ve also grown up in the food industry, so I care deeply about quality. There’s a lot of responsibility involved too. Lots that can go wrong if you don’t pay attention.

From the beginning, my dream was to go abroad.