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Bring invents the green future of logistics every day

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No major logistics company has done it before. But Bring wants to be fossil-free by 2025, which means continually inventing the green logistics of the future as new technologies emerge. Sponsored: This article is published in collaboration with Bring. The...

New marketplace makes it easy for companies to capture CO2 from the atmosphere

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The startup Klimate will make it easy for businesses to capture CO2 globally. And for the Danish carbon trading platform, the Canute programme has been a shortcut to establishing itself in the UK. Sponsored: This article is published in...

Sustainary: Assesment is about creating a common language for our green goals

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We need to strengthen the common understanding of what it means to work with impact if we are to push society in a more sustainable direction, the climate organisation Sustainary believes. This article is published in collaboration with Sustainary. EU taxonomy. Product...

Adventures abroad: New SDG project helps Danish startups go international

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The new SDG Landing Pad pilot project matches Danish companies' technologies and solutions with global organisations' concrete challenges relating to UN SDGs through partnerships abroad. The initiative will encourage more Danish companies to try their hand at internationalisation in...

The SDG Tech Awards are approaching: »It’s a tribute to the heroes of the...

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With more nominations than ever before, climate organisation Sustainary is once again celebrating green startups and SMEs and highlighting the most sustainable solutions. Since 2018, the association has been on a mission to promote green innovation in Denmark. This article...

Students are challenged to invent the future of tourism

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The tourism sector holds huge business potential for start-ups coming up with new digital business models. That's why the Hub for Innovation in Tourism is challenging university students to invent the future of the industry. Sponsored: article published in...

»It’s often the new developers who come up with brand new ideas«

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If you're a developer driven by curiosity, it doesn't matter whether you're a seasoned senior or a fresh talent. At Planday, they pride themselves on letting all employees take responsibility - because that makes for the best product in...

How universities help students realise their entrepreneurial dreams: ITU and CBS

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At CBS and ITU, startups and commercialisation rhyme with students and researchers. And the opportunities for support are many when allied with the universities' dedicated startup hubs. This is article is published in collaboration with Digital Tech Summit.   Flow Robotics, Kasper...

How universities help students realise their entrepreneurial dreams: SDU and DTU

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SDU og DTU go far and beyond to instill an entrepreneurial spirit in their students as well as researchers. And whenever the idea is right, the university hubs are ready  assist and cultivate it into opportunities. This is article...

How universities help researchers and students realise their entrepreneurial dreams: AU and RUC

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RUC and Aarhus University do everything they can to promote and encourage students and researchers to pursue their startup dreams. A step, both Coana, an IT-solution that optimizes software development and Work/dPlays Aps, a work related language game developer, have...