Editor’s note: This interview has been recorded and published as part of a content project in collaboration with the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). Esben Østergaard is a prominent figure in the Danish robotics ecosystem. Back in 2005, he co-founded Universal Robots, which became a pioneer in building collaborative robots, or cobots, and was acquired by […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discussed Apple’s court battle against the EU to avoid paying €13 billion in back taxes, the new announcement by Emmanuel Macron at France Digitale Day, water taxis flying too fast, the Super Pumped book, and more. The featured interview this time is a conversation with Johan Plenge, CEO and founder at Tattoodo.
The Tech.eu team has a great opportunity to attend and take part in countless tech events around Europe (and the world!) every year. Events are an incredible chance to elevate some of the themes and issues that are shaping European technology and entrepreneurship. Events also give us the chance to connect with startups and early-stage […]
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 […]
Danish wireless sensor startup Webstech has been acquired by TeleSense, a US-based IoT company that specialises in solutions to improve grain storage. TeleSense plans to integrate Webstech’s products into its offering to offer a suite of sensor tech for grain storage facilities. Webstech CEO Thomas Kylling, who has a background in agriculture, will now join […]
byFounders, an early-stage VC firm based in Copenhagen and San Francisco and backed by over 50 startup founders, has closed its first fund at €100 million. The firm plans to make about 30 investments — primarily in seed-stage and Series A startups — in the Baltics and Nordics over the next three years. Among byFounders’ […]
Danish employee retention SaaS startup Peakon has raised $35 million in a Series B extension round led by Atomico, with participation from EQT Ventures, IDInvest Partners, Balderton Capital, and Sunstone. The company, which has raised a total of over $60 million to date, wants to spend the fresh capital on scaling on the US market. […]