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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 and resources has sprung up to support the ecosystem.

Media outlets, podcasts and blogs make it easy for newcomers to understand current developments and be inspired by startups they have not heard about before. Resources like partnership templates, pitch training and specialised guidance are readily available from a wealth of sources. And startup communities are thriving like never before – both physically and digitally.

Connecting the ecosystem

Startup communities foster a culture of innovation and collaboration. By bringing together individuals from different backgrounds and industries, startup communities spark new ideas and collaborations that may not have been possible otherwise.

No matter if you need to find like-minded people locally, want to expand your network in a specific industry or want to discuss the latest innovations within certain technologies, there is almost certainly a community for you to connect with – e.g. Mentorfounder, where founders can get mentoring in an authentic way.

New startup communities have risen as the ecosystem has matured e.g. In Aarhus, The Link is connecting the dots in the ecosystem, while the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) is building a nationwide network of entrepreneurs big and potent enough to influence the political framework.

The article is part of the magazine “The Guide – A comprehensive overview of the Danish startup ecosystem”, published by Heyfunding and

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