Our highly valued supporters

Danish Startup Group is a non profit organisation supported by the excellent and highly valued companies below.

Creative Business Cup

Creative Business Cup is the global initiative for entrepreneurship and innovation Creative Business Cup empowers entrepreneurs in the creative industries, connects them to investors and global markets and strengthens their innovative capabilities to the benefit of industry and society.

Their objectives: Supporting creative startups with business development and international market access. Improved access to finance through initiatives in investor readiness. Global networking with startups, investors, companies and governmental entities.

Leader for a day

Leader for a day (LFAD) is an intensive travel within education, leadership and personal development.

In the future – and more than ever – we will need leaders who can unite and engage people in tasks, common goals and the purpose of the business. the highest grades or the perfect CV are not vitally important. Companies want leaders who are people too. The kind of leaders who ensure others’ wellbeing and great performance.


LOOW – Designed to make you look good. 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 (Jægerkorpset).

LOOW represents a unique approach to clothes making that focus solely on quality, durability and versatility.

Medical Business Association

Medical Business Association is an interest group consisting primarily of medical students with an interest in entrepreneurship, economics and business. The purpose of MBA is to provide network opportunities for its members and to give them an overview of their career opportunities.

MBA also offers courses, workshops, and lectures ranging from entrepreneurship and finance to investment and leadership.

Startup Weekend

Startup Weekends are weekend-long, hands-on experiences where aspiring entrepreneurs can find out if startup ideas are viable, network and meet co-founders. On average, half of Startup Weekend's attendees have technical or design backgrounds, the other half have business backgrounds.

Beginning with open mic pitches on Friday, attendees bring their best ideas and inspire others to join their team. Over Saturday and Sunday teams focus on customer development, validating their ideas, practicing LEAN Startup Methodologies and building a minimal viable product.


Students’ Business Relations, DSE, is a non-profit, non-political student driven organization at the Technical University of Denmark and Aalborg University, which means we reach out to the majority of engineering students in Denmark.

The purpose of DSE is to provide the opportunity for engineering students and companies to establish professional relationships. This is done through company presentations tailored for students in a specific field of engineering called Focus Nights, the career guide Pejling, and two yearly career fairs, DSE Fair Lyngby and DSE Fair Aalborg.