“Den autentiske virksomhed” book at special holiday rate on our new online shop


It’s the holiday season and we thought we’d give you an idea for a present and a special seasonal offer on my book Den autentiske virksomhed (The Authentic Company) which will go on sale in our own new online shop this week on www.nikolajstagis.dk. Den autentiske virksomhed is a great present for business leaders, strategy consultants, brand developers and communications professionals as well as students within those fields of study.

Only 200 Danish kroner if you order this week

This week you can order Den autentiske virksomhed at a very special seasons rate. From Monday, December 12 until Monday December 19 we will put the hardcover special edition book in the mail for only 200 Danish kroners (DKK) including VAT (shipping will be added). That’s about 50% off the original price and ordering before Monday 19th should allow just enough time for it to arrive before Christmas if you want to give it as a present to your boss, colleague before the holidays or to your mom Christmas eve.

New edition and new online shop

The original book was sold out in at the end of 2015 and in the beginning of 2016 we made a slight update of the book. So you are getting int in it’s second edition. Our new online shop is going online this week so you can order it there. It’s still in Danish, though – so if you don’t read Danish you’ll have to wait a bit for it in English.

Order before the holidays

Go ahead and order on www.nikolajstagis.dk and we will be the busy Danish Christmas elves who pack up presents and send it off to you (not with Santa, though). If you want the book signed by me, let us know who to dedicate it to (just write it in the comments field when you order). Next year, we will launch an online shop in English on www.nikolajstagis.com and on www.stagis.com.

Meet the experts from the book

The first edition of the Danish book was released in February 2012 at a large event with presentations by the former CEO for Ducati, Federico Minoli, the director of the BMW Museum, Andreas Braun, communications director from Arla, Astrid Gade Nielsen, brewmaster and owner of Bøgedal, Casper Vorting, the CEO of world-famed restaurant Noma, Peter Kreiner and professor at Copenhagen Business School, Majken Schultz. Of course I was there myself too. You can see their presentations on both the Danish and English website where you’ll find all the videos from the launch conference.