The Copenhagen-based startup, ChurchDesk have recently hired Kenneth Svenningsen to be their new Product Manager. ChurchDesk’s ambition is to become the primary partner of the church. They stress the importance of a close collaboration so that the platform is formed to mirror the actual needs of the institution. As the connection point between the church and […]
Churchdesk, Danish cloud-based management platform for churches, continues growing. In their recent blog post, the startup summed up some exciting events that were taking place in the company over the past couple of month. Among the achievements of the past year are a large investment, opening of a new office and expansion of the team. […]
On friday the official opening of the Startup Village Copenhagen took place. Startup Village has been in the talks since before the summer, and most startups have actually already moved in during the summer. But last week was the official opening. Above you can see the some footage of the opening ceremony, where Zenia Francker […]
A new initiative to help more startups reach international success has been announced. The program, initiated by the Danish government, has support by some of the most successful recent startups. Called Geist, the entrepreneurs have given the Danish authorities 10 recommendations which should enable them to better help startups. The aim is that more startups […]
There really is something brewing in Copenhagen! Founders House, an invite only co-working space, has for long been the most known startup palces in Copenhagen. This week it was announced they will move to a new location. But this location will not just be a much larger and grander Founders House – it will also […]
TechBBQ will take place in less than a week and there is still some time left to get the tickets. This year’s TechBBQ will primarily serve as a confidence booster for the Danish startup community, focusing on what is special – for better or worse – about being a startup based in Denmark. The vision […]
KirkeWeb, Denmark’s leading platform for managing church workflow, has appointed a new board that includes former CEO of Just-Eat Klaus Nyengaard. The hope is that stepping in as a chairman of the KirkeWeb Klaus Nyengaard will lead the company from entrepreneurial stage to international success story. At the moment the ambition is to capture German […]
KirkeWeb, a company specializing in administration tools for churches, has just recieved 3M kroner (€400K) in funding through Accelerace. With the funding they plan on going into the German marked – a marked far larger then the current domnestic one, and a first step towards an international company.