Index Award becomes an impact investorPro
Michael Mathiesen aims to create a publicly traded impact fund
How to scale your startup with interns
Entrepreneurs stand in line with their Sustainable Development Goal-Tech
The Danish startup community has a great deal of ideas of how to solve some of the largest issues facing the world today. Danish forces within education, health, environment, agriculture and food production deliver when in the hands of entrepreneurs who create tech-solutions with the potential to make change. Here are a few startups that you should keep an eye on that are currently lying in wait in the Danish impact-underground.
Security Tokens are here, Next Up Sustainability Tokens
BLOG: Blockchain regulations for securities are emerging in more and more countries. This movement will help to unlock trillion of dollars in sleeping savings to cash starved small and medium size companies. It’s also the first step to use tokens as a tool to deliver on the policy goals of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Seven pieces of advice on how to start business in Africa
GUEST ENTRY: Doing business in Africa can be a big challenge for many. But it does not have to be. You just do it right from the start. Here are 7 tips for getting started doing business in Africa.
Get the sales team on your side: How BotSupply and Oracle approach new customers
GUEST ENTRY: A partnership with the Copenhagen-based scale-up BotSupply has become a proof of collaboration for Oracle. It all comes down to the strength of the shared customer meeting. Here, BotSupply’s Asser Smidt singles out what makes the co-lab work.
The micro-mobility pioneers are preparing for frontal attacks in Denmark
The e-scooter, segways, electrical bicycles and shared cars are making their way into the European and Nordic markets, and both tech giants and Danish startups want to win control of this new growing trend, urban micro-mobility.
Passion, love, and the “Ugly slide”: How to pitch a VC in 2019
BLOG: I hate pitch decks! Ok — There, I said it. As a VC you see a LOT of pitch decks. Even though some of them stand out, their repetitiveness will tire you out eventually. To make a lasting impression, arming yourself with the “Pitch deck for Dummies” and some incredible design skills just doesn’t cut it.
Should good HealthTech make itself redundant?
As health technologies continue to develop at lightning fast speed, new digital solutions seek to change the way patients interact with the healthcare system. With the vast increase in health apps for your smartphone, access to care management tools is now only a trip to your pocket away – but we still need to find the right balance between empowerment and dependency when it comes to healthtech.
Time to use digital finance to unlock and scale sustainable change
Blog: The financial sector is at the forefront of adopting digital technology, but only to a limited extent to innovate the financial system to deliver sustainable finance.
The grassroots investor: I am humble about other people’s money
Neil Murray grew up with the maturation of the Danish and Nordic ecosystems for entrepreneurs. An experience he can use as the spearhead for Nordic Web Ventures, where he aims at getting the most out of other people’s money.
Fix for the startup-corporate culture gap: Speak up about your pain points.
If you start with the tough topics, the distance between startup and corporate might be smaller than you think. Case in point: The recent IoT collaboration
between the entrepreneurs from Anyware Solutions and the energy giant E.ON.