History of NAGA Denmark

The name, NAGA, is an abbreviation of the Danish words for "NAture" and "GIft",
inspired by the materials the boards were made of.

  • 1977

    NAGA Denmark was founded by Erik Stoltenberg. Initially, the company manufactured cork and hessian notice boards with a wooden frame. Danish designed and produced boards sold to many parts of the world for many years.

  • 2005

    Manufacturing in Denmark was no longer profitable and production was moved abroad.

  • 2007

    NAGA Denmark added a few glass board, one size, 4 colors, in the range.

  • 2008

    Erik Stoltenberg sold his company to Allan Petersen and Anne-Kari Fischer.
    They continue the business under the name NAGA A/S but with a new branding profile and logo design.

  • 2009

    The product range was expanded considerably and accessories were added. Especially the magnetic glass boards were expanded in several colors and sizes, and all the packaging was updated.

  • 2011

    The headquarter were moved to new and modern premises in Horsens, Denmark. NAGA has now assembled showroom and 1400 square meters warehouse from which NAGA products daily are shipped worldwide

  • 2015

    NAGA launched an entirely new branding profile. Everything was streamlined to fit the product range including a new symbolic logo and new packaging.

  • 2016

    NAGA introduced the new product line NAGA nord. "Unique Danish Design on your Wall", exciting products inspired by nature.

  • 2017

    NAGA introduced NAGA business. Danish Design for your workplace, boards specially developed for use in companies and for projects.

    2017 is also the year of NAGA's 40th anniversary.
    The company's international profile is now more than ever clearly defined, and NAGA has become a well-known brand in large parts of the world. Despite the manufacturing process being moved abroad, the designs are still 100% Danish. 



NAGA Denmark Awards and Support 

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    Two years in a row, we received the prestigious Danish Gazelle Award given to a company in growth. In both 2013 and 2014, our company had a growth for four consecutive years, while the turnover was more than doubled during the same period. We at NAGA are of course very proud of this recognition.




    Code of Conduct into the heart of our business practices is to respect labor rights in our supply chain. Therefore, we want to ensure that the factories in our global supply chain have an auditing from BSCI, that is the reason why we are a member of The Business Social Compliance Initiative. BSCI is a European non-profit organization, which aims to improve the working conditions in the global supply chain and increase awareness about social responsibility.



    We take social responsibility and play an active part in our community. Social responsibility has become part of our entire business. It creates peace of mind and better employee satisfaction to know that we take responsibility for other people in society.
    We are therefore very proud to receive the CSR brand from Horsens municipality, which highlights companies that help create a comprehensive labor market. A labor market that gives people who are outside, an opportunity to come inside.

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    The Danish Department of Labour every year assesses if a company is in compliance with Danish work environment guidelines. If everything complies with the regulations, the Dept of Labour will give the company a green "smiley" on their website. If there are problems, the company will receive a yellow or red "smiley" rating.
    NAGA has a green "smiley".

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    Danish Hospital Clowns is an organisation, which works on the basic idea that humour, laughter and smiles ease the healing process. The aim is to spread joy amongst younger patients in Danish hospitals. The clowns use humour and imagination in their work which focuses on increasing the children's self confidence and providing them with tools to be able to handle their situation, which in the end makes these patients' stay in the hospital more bearable. Danish Hospital Clowns' work in Danish hospitals depends on donations. We at NAGA find this initiative, which supports children in a difficult situation, important, which is why we have chosen to support them.