The Danish Startup Bible

Corporates and startups can become soul mates in the green transition

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While many large companies have started to fish in the ecosystem for innovation, startups are increasingly benefiting from having more established resources at their back. What can an engineering house and a plant-based dairy startup do with each other?...

Climate entrepreneur: Certificates, labels and pats on the back mean nothing without real action

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The threshold is often too low when crediting agencies hand out green certificates to companies and organisations. And it risks hindering real green change, German climate startup-founder, Lubomila Jordanova, warns. Sustainability is now on most people's lips. And in public...

Expert panel: How is the Danish startup scene doing today?

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We asked four experts to take the temperature of our cold country in the North. Rolf Kjærgaard, CEO at Vækstfonden What is (are) the main strength(s) of the Danish startup ecosystem today? The ecosystem has evolved rapidly, with a much more cohesive...

Startups are enjoying the limelight, but call for government action: »Politically, we have failed...

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Entrepreneurship has become sexy in the public eye, but entrepreneurs themselves still want more action and a national strategy if Denmark is to make it as a startup country. It is there, there, anywhere. In conversations. In the media. And...

Investments are booming: Is Denmark the next big Nordic startup-star?

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While the Nordic region is generally doing well on the global startup scene, Denmark is catching up to its Nordic neighbours in terms of investment and capital. But there are still obstacles ahead, experts warn. Denmark is a small country,...

In the future, the doctor’s bag is filled with robots, apps and artificial intelligence

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Fewer hands will have to treat more patients and provide more services in the future. This calls for new technological solutions across the sector - and the doctor's toolbox, in particular, is evolving faster than ever before. The challenges in...

The robots from Funen: What went right?

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Odense Robotics is today considered the most developed robotics cluster in the world. And while the seeds of success are complex, one of the key ingredients has been a particularly Danish custom, according to one of the protagonists of...

Artificial sun or the real deal? All methods are viable in the green transition

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Green energy is a key element of the green transition. Therefore, all thinkable solutions in all thinkable sizes and shapes are needed to solve the climate crisis. 'Sunshine as a Service' is not yet the most widely used concept. But...

India, South America or the US: SaaS-startup could have gone anywhere, but chose to...

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After an increase in Nordic customers, the founders of the platform Optmyzr decided to relocate and set up shop in Denmark. Six years later, they are very happy they did - both professionally and personally. This article is published in collaboration...

South Pole: For the companies that act, the business potential of sustainability is immense

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Business and climate action go hand in hand as energy sources, natural resources and value chains are affected by climate change.The key for future success is driving sustainability, according to the leading climate consultancy South Pole. This article is published...