Startups with DSG
Danish Startup Group is supporting a selection of notable startups within the Danish startup scene. The following companies are excellent in their way of doing business and deserves our recognition. Read more about them below.
Female Invest encourages women to get involved in the world of investing and helps them navigate around in the investment jungle. They raise awareness through events, workshops and company visits. Through these happenings, participants will get an introduction to financial markets and different investment strategies.Learn more
3D Printhuset is Denmark's and the Nordic region's leading supplier of 3D print and scan technology. With large showrooms and offices in the center of Copenhagen and Aarhus, they want to spread the knowledge of the technology and possibilities. They are authorized resellers of printers and equipment from the world's leading 3D companies.Learn more
Litemotions is a video production company located in Copenhagen. They adapt with the needs of their clients and get the job done, no matter how crazy the idea is. They are passionate about providing the most up-to-date services in the video production industry, while always being cost-efficient.Learn more
LOOW is a Danish clothing brand, specialized in making merino wool garments of the highest quality. Through vast knowledge, a personal approach and attention to detail, they aim to make the best products on the market. LOOW was founded in 2015 by Anders Lorentzen, a former Special Operation Forces operator, and conceived on his hands-on learnings through seven years in the unit.Learn more
Cardlay provide front to end solutions for payment providers & banks. Cardlay want to improve businesses by digitalising commercial banking transactions while continuing to challenge the endless possibilities of business process automation and bringing transactions to life through machine learning and intelligent solutions.Learn more
KUBO is an educational robot that teaches children to code from an early age, giving teachers and parents a way to instill this skill regardless of their coding experience. KUBO’s programming language, called #Tagtile, uses colored tiles to let children explore programming concepts in a tangible way, starting at the suggested age of three. By playing with KUBO, children learn 21st century skills.Learn more
Interested in becoming a startup partner with DSG? We can provide you with great exposure of your startup and help you attract skilled employees.Write an email to Tomas Zhang Mathiesen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and provide details about your startup. We are looking forward hear to from you!