Category Archives: Denmark-Startups

Madrid-based recruiting platform Tyba acquired by Graduateland

Tyba, the Madrid-based platform for startup and technology company recruitment today announced that it has been acquired by Graduateland, a leading career network for students and graduates headquartered in Copenhagen. The financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Founded in … Continue reading

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Workforce management solution Planday secures a $14 Million Series B investment from Idinvest and Creandum

Planday, the workforce management platform for shift-based businesses, today announces that it has raised a $14 million Series B round of funding. The round was led by new investors Idinvest, and also included Creandum, the lead investor in Planday’s Series … Continue reading

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5 promising startups from Denmark to look out for in 2016

Denmark is the home country of startup success stories like Zendesk, Tradeshift, Podio and many more. Copenhagen, the country’s capital city, ranks on place 9 on our list of Europe’s major startup hubs. In the beginning of this year, we took a … Continue reading

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Danish shareholder platform Capdesk expands to the UK and opens an office in London

The Danish startup Capdesk, a social shareholder platform that aims to make investments in SMEs accessible to all, has set the goal to conquer London. Christian Gabriel and Casper Arboll are the two young founders of Capdesk, which launched in November … Continue reading

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Danish deal aggregator Bownty receives €3.4 million in funding

The Danish startup Bownty collects deals from a total of 100 deal sites in Denmark, UK, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, France, and Portugal. Currently Bownty offers deals in approximately 1200 cities in Europe. In 2014, Bownty acquired its biggest competitor … Continue reading

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The hottest European travel startups in 2015

The number of online travel bookings is growing steadily from year to year pretty much since the invention of the internet. The disruption of the traditional travel industry and the shift from local travel agencies to online bookings is still … Continue reading

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Copenhagen based Falcon Social just secured a B round investment

Falcon Social, the Copenhagen based startup has just secured an investment of 15 million EUR to help it’s growth in the German and US markets, from Prime Ventures, Target Partners and NorthCap Partners. Both Target Partners and NorthCap Partners has previously … Continue reading

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Templafy launches in U.S. to unify corporate branding

Templafy, the first cloud-based template management system, today announces its U.S. launch and the opening of its North American headquarters in New York City.

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5 Danish startups to look out for in 2015

Over the last decade there were Zendesk, Tradeshift, Podio and many more successful startups that started out in Denmark. In the beginning of this year, we took a look at the Danish startup scene and tried to come up with … Continue reading

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Book review: Startupland – the story behind Zendesk

Published by the end of 2014, Startupland tells the story of how three guys from Copenhagen risked everything to turn their idea into a global business. The idea of the three guys was to build an Internet-based and easy to … Continue reading

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