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Women in tech 2018
Women are heavily underrepresented in the tech industry and startups. To make more women enter the fields, role models are called for. Luckily, there is no shortage of inspiring women in Denmark.
Corporates & Startups: How To Make David and Goliath Best Friends
With over 250 corporates attending the TechBBQ summit in 2016 and 600 in 2017, the trend is clear: corporations now want to enhance their position in the ecosystem and infuse a shot of startup lifeblood in their DNA. However, as in any transfusion, the risks are high but the benefits are even greater. Here are 5 international co-working practices, which might help you out.
Nordic Eye: Tattoodo can be the next Danish unicorn
In less than a year, the VC Nordic Eye has successfully established itself and seen its first, big exit. Now, the ambitions for the VC reaches further than the Nordics alone, says CEO and investor Peter Warnøe, and gives his insights into their current portfolio.
Global race for talents slows down Danish robot boom
Recruitment of talented employees is a major obstacle to growth for almost half of the companies in the rising Danish robot cluster organization, Odense Robotics. Thomas Visti, CEO of the successful business Mobile Industrial Robots, believes this is a global issue not limited to Denmark alone.
Venture capital firms in Denmark shrinks in numbers but grow in size
The venture market is in transition. Over the past 20 years, financial funds have gradually become bigger but fewer. Denmark is a front runner in early stage investments, but lags behind in raising growth capital.
StartupDocs launches in Denmark with free tools for entrepreneurs
Swedish angel investor and former co-founder Erik Byrenius launches his site StartupDocs, tools and documents for startups in Denmark.
Trustpilot: The global fight for talents slows down growth
In the recruitment of sought after global talents, Danish startups see themselves forced to spend capital otherwise set aside for growth. As it is today, the startups can offer new employees nothing but high salaries as shares are economically unfavorable. So says Anne Marie Finch, Senior Vice President for Global HR and Talent in Trustpilot.
Sustainable insect farming and horsedriven GoMore: InnoFounder presents 13 new startups
Innovation Fund Denmark and their Incubator program InnoFounder has found this year’s first group of promising startups. Bootstrapping takes a closer a look at them.
Lack of tech skills forces Danish startups to relocate
Danish tech-startups are in serious need for a skilled workforce. According to a survey among 21 startups, the search for employees leads companies to outsource work if not relocating all together. As a consequence, Denmark misses out on economical growth and the creation of valuable jobs.
November First: ”Now we create jobs outside of Denmark”
So far, November First, a fintech-startup, employs 15 people in Denmark. However, creating Danish jobs has proved to be too big a challenge for the small company and now it has decided to outsource parts of their software development work to India.