Last year a group of tech executives created the Founder's House in Copenhagen, an invitation-only workspace designed to incubate upcoming tech entrepreneurs. It's located a few miles from Nokia's local campus and hosts tech firms like Ge.tt, an online storage outfit, and app-hosting platform AppHarbor. The companies also receive help from Denmark's talented developers (C++ and Ruby on Rails were developed by Danes) and business-friendly regulatory environment.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg would like to reach the country's 513 million Internet users. Too bad local entrepreneurs have beaten him to the punch.