Meet the speakers for The Hive 2014 in Copenhagen. Not all of them are bloggers, but all of them share their ideas, insights and passion.


Scandinavia Standard is a website that provides content on culture, design, local business and events in the Scandinavian capitals for residents and travelers as well as those interested in the Scandinavian aesthetic internationally.
Creative Director Freya McOmish is from Australia while Editorial Director Rebecca Thandi Norman is from the United States. Both are currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark.




Tine Thygesen is an innovator and an entrepreneur. Currently the CEO of mobile travel technology company Everplaces, she has started and led four companies and sat of board of many entrepreneurship organizations. She is internationally recognized for her work; named among the top 100 women in tech in Europe, and recipient of a mobile innovation award.
Tine’s passions are champagne, maps, design, innovation, new companies, tribes, building brands, castles, behavioral economics and commercialization. In no particular order.




 Jantine and Vivian are the owners of April and May, a styling agency focusing on interior, styling and concept. They are the authors of two blogs April and May & April and May MINI and owner of the shop by AprilandMay where they offer vintage products, a combination of brands and independent designers and a small own collection.
With their studio, blog and shop it's their passion to inspire people and bring a smile fitting their brand and style: pure, simple and personal with a hint of graphic.
We create, we inspire and we curate and we believe in the strength of combining different (online) channels to bring out your brand and company.



Lora Jakobsen is an experienced business consultant specialist within online start-ups, blogs and community sites for parents and children.
Lora owns the blog miniCPH.com and is Editor of Foodstirs.com/blog and previously co-owned MomAngeles.com before she moved to Copenhagen.  Lora’s creative marketing solutions catapulted MomAngeles.com from 8,000 page views a month to 42,000 a month. And she helped Plum District (the Groupon for moms in the US) increase its customer base from 3,000 - 30,000+ in 6 months.
She is passionate about helping bloggers to become self-sufficient through understanding their assets, their readers and utilizing business savvy to earn income.




Trend expert Gudy Herder writes about both macro and microtrends that she spots while attending interior trend shows and trade events on her blog Eclectic Trends. She also takes part in European panel meetings where trends are discussed and prepared.
She works as an interior and prop stylist in the area of art direction, photo shoots and catalogs and teaches strategic visual merchandising in the luxury field. Her work frequently takes her to Europe, the Middle East and South America to teach large and mid-size clients.

  

Malene Marie Møller Blogger, interior stylist and editor on Boligcious.dk. She is a trained design technologist. Malene is the founder of one of Denmark's most popular interior blogs boligcious.dk. She also launched the online magazine Boligcious Lookbook with med photographer Sisse Langfeldt in autumn 2013. The magazine is a free interior magazine that is published every second month. Malene also writes interior articles and works with privat styling as well as interior styling as a freelancer for a number of magazines.





Katie Treggiden is obsessed with design and loves nothing more than writing about her favourite subject.
She launched her blog, confessions of a design geek, in 2010 to discover, champion and inspire new designers. Within just five months it won Best Interior Design Blog in Great Britain as part of mydeco's Design Democracy awards. It has recently been included in "top design blog" lists by Dwell US, Elle Decor Italia and The Sunday Times. As well as her own blog, Katie contributes to Design Milk, We Heart, Ideal Home, Homes & Antiques and Period Living. She also lectures in social media and content marketing at London College of Communication, part of University of the Arts London.




Bungalow 5 is the primary Danish blog for those who are passionate about decor and design in all its forms, and for those seeking inspiration and unique ways to decorate a modern, comfortable and stylish home. Created by Allan Torp in 2010 Bungalow 5 has been one of the most important sources of inspiration for the decor and design in Denmark ever since. Allan also freelances writting about design, travel and cars for various Danish magazines and newspaper, including a monthly column in the national newspaper Berlingske Boligen.

Betty Soldi is an internationally accomplished calligrapher and graphic designer who merges inky words with old type and modern colours to produce packaging, stationery and bespoke objects. She lives in Florence, Italy and with her partner has opened a design studio and shop there selling vintage furniture, artisanal objects, ideas and inspiration.


Jack and Tina Fussell are a a husband and wife photography team living in Copenhagen, Denmark. Tina is a photographer, stylist, and blogger over at Travelling Mama with a passion for romantic modern elegance in interiors and fashion. Jack is a photographer who loves telling other's stories by bringing an editorial style to each of his projects, whether it's a wedding, a portrait session, or a fashion shoot. Together, Jack and Tina, launched their photography business, Flying House Studios, over five years.


Originally from Luxembourg, Anne is a London-based food journalist, photographer, broadcaster and super foodie. She started her blog Anne's Kitchen in 2010, in order to keep track of her recipes and practice her food styling and photography. Little did she know that this would lead to
her own cookery TV show and cookbook. Both are all about British-inspired food and quirky London tips. She is currently producing the second season of her own TV show and working on her second cookbook.



Multi-craftual soul with a practicing passion for creative principles and eager to make daily life pretty. 
Very enthusiastic about all kinds of inspiration and all things DIY. Life long love for the opportunities which lies in the way of making and she does believe that anybody can create something great. 
Her blog Monsterscircus is like a creative lifestyle journey and with each step along the way she learns and share heaps of ideas and inspiration.



Laura Scheuer Trøstrup is the woman behind one of Denmarks first, biggest and sweetest interior- and designblogs. The Sweet Spot is a candy store of inside interior news, urban shopping tips and colourfull interior decorating shortcuts. Through her many years of experience as a designer, stylist and interior decorator, Laura knows a sweet spots when
she sees it and surely love to share it with her many readers






Jocelyn is coming to us from the U.S. where she operates Jocelyn Casey Design, an Interior Design firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona. When she is not in the States, she spends time in Hamburg, Germany or traveling throughout Europe with clients for creative inspiration. Along with her love for creating beautiful spaces Jocelyn enjoys nothing more than a meaningful conversation with whomever she meets. She also blogs over at The Inner Interior.
Jocelyn will be presenting her tips for peaceful and profound blogging.


Marjorie started her blog Cococerise in 2007 as a creative playground, to share inspiration, photography, personal work and tutorials.
Since that time, she's been developping her personal universe while designing template for other bloggers or collaborating with beauty, fashion and lifestyle
brands.
In 2012, she began with two other craft and DIY bloggers Vert Cerise and Morning by Foley,
a DIY project, Do It Yvette, which promote a do it yourself way of life and aim to give people the keys to create things by themselves.




Behind Do it Yvette are three craft and DIY bloggers : Amélie (Morning by Foley), Laetitia (Vert Cerise) and Marjorie (Cococerise)
They met online first via their blogs and social media channels and quickly
met in real life. Since the very beginning they left like they needed to work together on DIY projects, that’s how Do It Yvette was born ! After a self-published 
DIY book, DIY kits and hosted craft workshops from brands and events, they launched last year a collective blog on graphic and web design to share all their tips in how to build and brand a successful blog, and are working on hosting training sessions on webdesign and blogging.
Today Do It Yvette is an organization which promote a do it yourself way of
life and aim to give people the keys to create things by themselves. 




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