Ulobby was founded in Copenhagen in 2016 and it is a tech startup that is democratising Public Affairs. The purpose of the platform is to make the lobbying process more transparent and accessible to more companies and organizations that want to understand and influence the political process.
Recently the startup has recently seen a major change in their board. Mogens Hafstrøm Nielsen has taken over as the new chairman of the board back in August. With his many years of experience with SaaS scale-ups, he will contribute to further expansion, especially in the Nordic region, as well as help the company to deliver profitable growth in the future and become Europe’s leading stakeholder management platform.
According to the new chairman of the board, Ulobby’s software platform, current market position and strong team in particular are helping make Ulobby a successful company.
“Ulobby is a SaaS scale-up that has proven viable and with a good opportunity to achieve a leading position in the European market. As Chairman of the Board, I look forward to helping to facilitate the development that the team is already in full swing with, and which we must continue with a view to further success both in and outside Denmark,” says Mogens Hafstrøm Nielsen.
Mogens Hafstrøm Nielsen has many years of experience as an entrepreneur, CEO and consultant. In addition, he has been a professional chairman of the board and an investor in B2B SaaS scale-ups
for several years , which makes him the perfect profile for Ulobby.
“Mogens has a global outlook and many years of experience with market penetration, go-to-market strategy and not least international rollout. We want to expand further, especially in the Nordic region next year, and at the same time we are in a unique position as a scale-up – we are well on our way to profitability, which Mogens can also help us achieve for 2022 with his experience from other companies,” says Anders Kopp Jensen, CEO and co-founder of Ulobby.
The company currently has 17 employees and offices in Frederiksberg (Copenhagen) and in Brussels. Read more news about Ulobby here.