GOTO is the enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and is organized for developers, by developers. As software developers and architects ourselves, we wanted to craft the ultimate conference.
GOTO Copenhagen 2021 is the enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and is organized for developers, by developers.
Podimo, a podcast provider founded in Copenhagen last year, has raised €15 million in a round led by 83North. Heartcore and e.ventures, who participated in the startup’s €6 million seed round in July 2019, have invested again as well. The Danish company has built a podcast and short-form audio platform that offers personalised recommendations for […]
Queue-it, a Danish startup creating virtual waiting rooms to preserve website performance, has raised a strategic investment from GRO Capital, a VC that typically invests in Northern European software companies. GRO, now a new majority shareholder, has agreed to invest further capital as the tech company grows. The SaaS platform provides online queueing services to […]
European Blockchain Convention Nordics has secured its place on the global tech calendar as the leading Blockchain conference for business in the Nordics and Europe. Two days of top-level content from industry leaders, entrepreneurs, corporations, regulators, investors and developers, and a premier opportunity to network with potential business partners from all around the continent.
Exclusive: Copenhagen, Denmark-based Dreamdata.io has raised $535,000 in early-stage funding to build a revenue data platform that is able to mirror every digital touchpoint of a B2B buyer’s journey as well as her life-time value. The financing round was led by pan-European seed investment firm Seedcamp with participation from The Nordic Web Ventures, Futuristic VC, […]
Danish tattoo marketplace platform Tattoodo has landed $5.3 million in a funding round led by Seed Capital, with participation from several investors, including Rene Rechtman, Errol Damelin, Daniel Agger, Christian Stadil, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Founded in 2013, the startup now claims to be “the world’s largest tattoo community with […] more than 500,000 registered tattoo […]