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We are a non-profitable organization that strives to create a community for young, ambitious hospitality professionals. Our members are between 18 and 35, work in the Danish hospitality industry, and have a strong interest in developing a career within the field.
DYHP was founded in Copenhagen in 2015 with ambitions to achieve nationwide coverage. Through a number of events, DYHP is all about social and professional experiences, creating a sense of community, enabling our members to evolve socially and advance professionally. By including experts from various fields, DYHP place knowledge sharing on top of the agenda to support the members’ future careers.
With an entrepreneurial approach, we seek to influence the traditional mindset of the Danish hospitality industry. As tourism is becoming a topic of importance, both politically and socially, the demand for differentiated contributions to shape the industry is crucial. Hence, DYHP’s existence is fundamental to ensure a diversified discussion for a sustainable exploitation of the industry’s full potential.
It is essential to DYHP that we present and represent the Danish hospitality industry, and we enjoy experiencing it together. After all, we are just a bunch of foodies, hoteliers, and explorers.
Danish Young Hospitality Professionals (DYHP), the first network association for young people in the Danish hospitality industry, was established nearly two years ago. Since, the network has experienced increasing support from the industry’s biggest profiles and hotels as well as continuous membership growth and more events; both professional and social. At the general assembly in[…]
At our last event we recorded some video snaps. We have selected the best in a small video summarizing the evening. Read more about the event here.
Last Thursday (19-12-2015), more than 20 members of the recently founded organization Danish Young Hospitality Professionals (DYHP) met after work at Urban House in Copenhagen to discuss innovation. A corner of the lobby at the new Copenhagen hostel, Urban House, was Thursday night transformed to a small meeting room to host the second meeting in[…]
At Danish Young Hospitality Professional’s (DYHP) second event, innovation will be the topic of interest. Let’s get the fundamentals in place. Innovation does not just occur; it’s a creative process, applying and converting novel ideas into new or improved products, services or processes. Generally speaking, there are two types of innovations: incremental and disruptive. The[…]
Det første DYHP møde gik over alt forventning. Den 24. September blev der diskuteret ledelse i den lille forening på Avenue Hotel i København. 15 DYHP medlemmer og 4 erfarne paneldeltagere var mødt op for sammen at snakke om de udfordringer man møder som leder i hotel og restaurationsbranchen. Efter debatten blev der snakket videre på[…]
Pressemeddelelse d. 03.09.2015 See English version below. Over sommeren har den nye Danske forening Danish Young Hospitality Professionals (DYHP) arbejdet hårdt på at blive klar med ny hjemmeside, arrangementsprogram, strukturudkast og påbegyndelsen til mange spændende samarbejder. Siden idélanceringen har foreningen modtaget utroligt megen interesse og god feedback. Nu er medlems- og arrangementsregistreringen åben og foreningen[…]
To unge fra den danske hotelscene har netop dannet en ny forening, der skal danne netværk mellem ambitiøse unge i den danske hotel- og restaurationsbranche. Stifterne, hotelkonsulent Emil Lindvang Bentsen (26) og hotelchef Andreas Milling (23), studerede sammen på hotelskolen Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne i Schweiz og vendte begge hjem til Danmark i sommeren 2014[…]