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Tech For The Planet 2022
Corporates and startups can become soul mates in the green transition
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
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Climate entrepreneur: Certificates, labels and pats on the back mean nothing without real action
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
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Startups are enjoying the limelight, but call for government action: »Politically, we have failed...
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
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Investments are booming: Is Denmark the next big Nordic startup-star?
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.
The Link gathers and connects the entire ecosystem in Aarhus
Aarhus startups are doing well, and The Link wants to take the ecosystem to the next level by connecting the actors more closely - among other things, they are working on integrating corporates into the
Find inspiration from others (Startup Communities, Media & Ressource + Misc)
The Danish startup ecosystem is a fast-growing and ever-evolving organism. This is what makes the ecosystem so incredibly inspiring - but also really hard to navigate, even for insiders. Thankfully, a wealth of communities, media
Big business in startups? (Corporate Venture)
Before becoming the industry giants they are today, Novo Nordisk, Lego and Mærsk also started out as small upstarts. Even though their white collars and multi billion dollars revenues are far from the startup life,
A new type of investment fund creates new opportunities for founders and early investors
Nordic Secondary Fund is the only fund in the Nordic region, and among the largest in Europe, to invest in "second-hand" shares between investment rounds - so-called secondaries. This provides liquidity for early investors, founders
Sustained growth requires deep pockets (Late Stage Capital)
If you have created a machine that spits out €5 every time to put €1 into it, you obviously want to feed the machine as many coins as possible. That is essentially what successful, fast-growing