Five Strong Angels Give Wings to Danish Event Planning Platform
Impact Investor: It has to make a difference in the lives of at least 500 million people
Danske Bank to Connect Nordic Impact Startups and Investors
Danish Pioneer in Co-working Spaces Wants to Unite Nordic Entrepreneurs
The CEO of several well-known co-working spaces in Denmark and Mesh in Norway, Tine Thygesen, are ready to expand The Creators Community to the rest of the Nordic countries.
Here’s how to earn the signature of a Millennial talent!
GUEST ENTRY: We asked Contractbook and Bird&Bird to give advice on one of the most critical issues to have in mind when attracting talented interns to startups, namely a professional legal appearance.
Travel-startup in partnership with Moleskine: “We want to be able to run our business freely”
Strategic partnerships between startups and corporate companies can be mutually beneficial. It can bring greater value than mere money to a business, and if leaving out the financial funding all together, it’s possible to retain control of your startup, tells founder of Travel Kollekt.
Soundboks: We have found our voice on social media
Crowdfunding campaigns and festivals pathed the way for the Danish startup Soundboks, and their battery-powered speakers. Today, social media helps establish the identity of the company.
SoMe analysis: Here are the most popular Danish startups
The SoMe presence of Danish startups varies greatly, but especially some industries succeed in engaging the public. So are some of the conclusions from the SoMe analysis Bootstrapping has conducted by help of the tool Storyclash.
Airtame’s 4 steps to a successful internship program
GUEST ENTRY: Internships should be mutually beneficial for both company and young professional. That’s why CPHFTW member Airtame has perfected the procedure for new Marketing interns.
Funding is a b#_%*! Or is it?
GUEST ENTRY: Most of you have probably read an article or two about funding and the time associated with it. This process can (and very often does) drain your time and mood. But does it need to be this way? Is it really always that bad?
Brainables: “The idea of direct stimulation of the brain is extremely fascinating”
The startup PlatoScience is in search for DKK 6 million to upscale their business. The product for sale is neurostimulating headsets able to boost your brain.
Estonian power-program offers startup-training for Danish girls
Danish girls now have the chance to become Superheroes. Calling itself the bravest leadership program for girls, Denmark has now become the first place outside Estonia to host the NGO and its ambitious list of activities. The goal of the program is to boost the number of women in tech through targeted education of girls in the age of 13 to 17.
First-quarter results: Danish startups raise more than half a billion DKK
Three months into 2018, especially a few, selected startups have managed to land large investments. We take a look at this year’s trends and figures.