Bites into the BitCoin Craze, Denmark’s new online takeaway order service, now accepts Bitcoins as a legitimate payment method. By working with Bitcoin provider, Coinify, has enabled its customers to order food from over 800 restaurants using their Bitcoins, with the same ease and legitimacy as by credit card, PayPal or debit card. “We want to make it easy and convenient […]

Updated: The year of 2013 – investments in startups in the region

We wrote an update earlier this year, about investments during the first two quarters of 2013. Now it has come to make a summary of the fall as well, and thus the entire 2013. Above is a spreadsheet with all the investments that we have gotten to our attention during 2013. Disclaimer: There are, most […] to partner with danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet has signed a new partnership with Ekstra Bladet reports TrendsOnline. The goal behind the new deal is to escalate growth of even more. “We contacted as it is a very exciting startup with experienced people at it’s core. The industry is also interesting and has great potential. The target group of […]

Jesper Buch invests in

Today Morten Larsen announced that has received an investment by none other then Jesper Buch, previously at JustEat. was launched in March 2013 and has since taken a great position in the Danish takeaway market, started collaboration with international brands as well as other startups in the European take-away market. Morten reports that […]

Updated! Report: investments in web and tech startups in the region – spring 2013

Updated 24-07-2013! After the publication of this we got feedback of more investments that we hadn’t tracked! We have now updated the stats with those numbers. If more information comes to us, we will update them again! One of the things we want to focus on with Øresund Startups is tracking funding in startups in […] now collaborates with Domino’s Pizza

Danish online takeaway portal is now collaborating with international pizza chain Domino’s Pizza reports Retail News. Starting June, customers from Copenhagen and Roskilde can order pizza, chicken wings and deserts from Domino’s Pizza’a eight restaurants located in Denmark. “We have chosen to work with because we believe in their concept and the team […]

Co-founder of JUST EAT invests in

Henrik Østergaard, co-founder of JUST EAT an online takeaway service, has become an investor of another successful Danish startup The CEO of Hungry, Rune Risom, believes that expertise and knowledge of the new board member will help to build more partnerships with a variety of restaurants and strengthen company’s position in the market. Østergaard […]

Competion in the take-away market; goes live

Yesterday, the Danish competitor of JustEat, named went online. Three former employees of JustEat started since they believe there is room for another online shop in the takeaway market which has long been dominated by there competitor JustEat. enables customers to quickly and easily order food via the internet. They do this […] – possibilities and emotions in the take-away sector

There are things brewing in the online food delivery business. In 2011 Morten Larsen, Managing Director at the successfull danish startup JustEat, left the company and announced recently that he is involved in a new project:, together with atleast two other former JustEat employees. The announcement itself stirred a sligt upheaval, as others who […]