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“Getting it right from the start pays off. As specialists, we advise with an eye for what can create opportunities or problems for your startup in the future,” says the law firm Kromann Reumert.

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Kromann Reumert has a dedicated startup & venture team specialising in start-ups’ specific affairs. They advise startups, scaleups and investors through all legal disciplines on the growth journey – from incorporation to exit.

“Everyone who runs startups knows that there are not enough hours in the day. There is not enough time. Therefore, as advisors, we have to navigate the imperfect, be cost-conscious and have an innate understanding of what’s important for the particular startup. We know what investors care about, and we know the common pitfalls when starting a business. We need to find practical solutions that work and that can bring the startup to the next stage of its growth journey,” says Amalie Paludan, an Attorney in the Kromann Reumert-team.

The team is engaged as pro bono advisors in a number of entrepreneurship programmes such as DTU Skylab. This ensures that they support the entrepreneurs and that they have their finger on the pulse of the Danish startup ecosystem and understand the commercial dynamics at stake.

“Every day, we advise startups and founders who are at different stages of their journey. Our team specialises in tech startups, but as a large law firm, we can also benefit from some of the country’s brightest experts in areas such as SaaS, personal data, life sciences and financial regulation. Our approach is strategic and commercial. The legal advice must support the business and the growth of the startup,” Amalie explains.

This approach is something the software platform and client at Kromann Reumert, startup Weld, has benefited from.

“Our co-operation has been very satisfactory. We have always received very high quality advice in all relevant areas for a tech startup like ours. While it is tempting to use cheaper online resources, our experience has been that it is not worth it,” explains Jonas Thordal, co-founder and CEO of Weld.

Kromann Reumerts startup & venture-team

  • Comprises 20 specialists in areas such as SaaS solutions, life sciences, robotics, AI, fintech and ecommerce
  • Helping startups with everything from incorporation, shareholders’ agreements, IP strategies and employment to incentive programmes, investments, transfers and exits
  • Offers personalised advice at a good price
  • See our guide for startups right here.