Shipbeat files for bankruptcy

Shipbeat, the startup focusing on making shipping easier and better, has filed for bankruptcy. The startup, founded by Kenneth Svenningsen and Joachim Rørbøl, aimed at enabling e-commerce companies to lower there shipping costs and making the solution easier. Making what Klarna has done with payment, but for logistics. “Logistics is costly for online retailers. About […]

Klaus Nyengaard joins Creandum as investor in Planday

Planday, the software startup that helps companies with an efficient employees scheduling, has announced a new investor. Drawing on experience from Just-Eat When Creandum in 2014 invested in Planday, they kept the part of the investment open to the right co-investor. Now it has been announced that Klaus Nyengaard takes that role. Klaus past with […]

#Cphftw Town Hall #3 – packed with people and announcements

The third #cphftw Town Hall meet-up was held earlier this week. There were big news about the initiative itself as well as a lot of announcement of very interesting new initiatives. The venue was the Kph Volume hall – a very rough environment, that reinforced the ambition of the whole initiative – do it simple […]

Shipbeat raises €1.2 M seed round, launches “Logistics as a Service” API

Startup Shipbeat today announces a $ 1.6 M (€ 1.2 M) investment led by Sunstone, SEED Capital and Klaus Nyengaard. The investment will be used to further expand product capabilities, hiring and complete key ecommerce software integrations. Shipbeat was founded in early 2014 to develop an API which aggregates the services of leading parcel delivery […]