Daniel Karpantschof has worked with business development strategies for various organizations and corporations over the last decade, and as a member of various cabinet level committees in the Danish government (including the Council on European Policies and the Board of Education) contributed to several pieces of legislation as well as acted as Danish representative to the UNESCO.
Daniel co-founded numerous companies, including Europe's first supplier of 100% clean and sustainable energy, a cell phone service provider, an international consulting house focusing on executive talent management and gender equality, a product development agency, a new presence on the consulting market in the States, selling consigliere services as well as been member of numerous company and organization boards, such as the board of directors of the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and Danish Evaluation Institute.
Summer 2011 he moved to New York City immediately following the Nexus: Global Youth Summit on Innovative Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, which he co-founded. At the the Nexus he works as co-founder & conference producer, in charge of visions, development, production and execution.
As of January 2012 Daniel works at The Economist Ideas Lab, developing new initiatives for brand extension, products and services.
Name: Daniel Karpantschof
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Producer, Script Consultant, Story Analyst and Other
Take The Trash
Film by Rasmus Heidi/F-Film Production Management
MTV European Music Awards
Television by MTV Europe Unit Production Manager
Film by Thomas Vinterberg/Zentropa Script/Development Consultant
Film by Per Fly/Zentropa Script/Development Consultant
Film by Lars von Trier/Zentropa Script/Development Consultant
Defamation: European Film Awards (Documentary)
Dogville: Palm d'Or (Nominated)
Dogville: Copenhagen International Film Festival (Honorary)
Dogville: European Film Awards
Dear Wendy: San Sebastian