26 Sep Scale-Up Denmark National Finale Event
Join the conference on 1 November and get inspired from high-level speakers on how to grow, scale and succeed.
Keep an eye on the most promising scale-up companies from the national stronghold industries in Denmark – to set tomorrows agenda in the Danish business community, and be inspired by industry leaders on how to reach next level. Celebrating the transformation of highly scalable companies and the ecosystem surrounding them within the 12 strongest industries in Denmark.
Meet the Scale-Up Denmark Finalists 2018
- Bioeconomy: Reaktor
- Cleantech: BioCover
- Energy Efficient Technologies: Vandvagt
- Foodtech: TastePlease
- Health & Welfare Technologies: PreCure
- Information & Communication Technology: Meeshkan
- Life Science & Biotechnology: Methyl Detect
- Maritime Industry: PowerCon
- Offshore Industry: Geemit
- Smart Industry: MM Technology
- Experience Economy & Tourism: CasusGrill
Tommy Andersen is Managing Partner at byFounders, a new early stage venture fund, founded by some of the most successful tech entrepreneurs in the Nordics and investing in the next generation of globally minded Nordic startups. Being an ambitious tech serial entrepreneur, Tommy has successfully founded and exited three companies (the latest being Libratone) as well as built an extensive portfolio of angel investments individually and as part of Nordic Makers. He furthermore serves as Chairman of the Danish Government’s Entrepreneurial Panel and mentors young startups at Danish Tech Challenge and the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship.
Join the debate on tomorrows innovation
Denmark is a global frontrunner on making new start-ups. However the success making the start-ups scale-ups needs improvement.
Too many start-ups stays small. How do we make them grow? Which mindset do we need? How do we dare to take more risks? How do we increase the growth potentials? How do we create the optimal conditions for investors and entrepreneurs to drive the growth agenda? Which responsibility do the established business communuty have?
- Aarhus Kommune
- Region Midt Jylland