Meet the trailblazing Gulnaz Khusainova

There we are: In the event space at Rainmaking Loft, where she, Gulnaz Khusainova, held her conference ”More Women in Tech”, months ago, when it was still summer. Now the Startupbootcamp alumni is talking about how EasySize (Khusainova’s sizing tool for online shops) is aiming at new markets – UK, Sweden, Germany, France and America … Continue reading Meet the trailblazing Gulnaz Khusainova

Swiftcourt’s quiet revolution

Swiftcourt rebels against legal counseling that is slow and includes a big fee. But they haven’t found a way to replace the lawyer – yet.

Disruptive lessons: Two of our entrepreneurs on challenging old markets

1. Mikkel Rosener: The banking industry As a partner in GodBank, Mikkel provides a digital matchmaking service that links people to the bank that is ideal for them. The main channel of income is giving banks leads for potential customers. “Our most important task is to create transparency in the market. The existing banks have not … Continue reading Disruptive lessons: Two of our entrepreneurs on challenging old markets

The Good Entrepreneur

The idealism of Kristoffer From’s startup LivaLife is disarming – and possibly his strongest selling point. He wants to build a digital universe that supports lifestyle changes for people with chronic diseases. Every third Western citizen has one; diabetes, KOL, extreme obesity, and cardiac illnesses are the main groups. From’s fix for it: A platform … Continue reading The Good Entrepreneur

Labster: “All universities want to add new technology to their teaching.”

One of the new companies here, Labster, won Dansk Erhverv’s Videnstafet award last week. With 40.000 users worldwide the startup is on a roll with their virtual labs. Originally envisioned by co-founder Mads Tvillinggaard Bonde in 2010, Labster brings game narratives and 3D visuals to science education. Their mission is not to replace the teacher, … Continue reading Labster: “All universities want to add new technology to their teaching.”

Sharing.Lab thinks you should talk to strangers

Peter Just sits on Ground Floor with his company Sharing.Lab and team members Joakim and Signe. Sharing.Lab is focusing on how sharing can create relations between people in real life. Their big idea right now is to create social objects: Transform everyday objects into things that make us share conversations and experiences. So Peter, how does this concept … Continue reading Sharing.Lab thinks you should talk to strangers

The soundtrack of my work life

Marie Kjær Hansen recently moved in with the planning tool startup Plan Penny. She has a seat in the left wing of Ground Floor and she always works with music in her ears: ”It’s so much of a habit that complete silence drives me crazy.” These are her favorite tracks through the years. 1. Chet … Continue reading The soundtrack of my work life

Goodbye to the code monkey

A few reflections on improving bad professional habits from our resident Navid Samandari of Rise Digital: “I’ve been an entrepreneur for a long time, and I used to code 80 hours a week. After spending quite a few years like that I discovered how the quality of my work dropped. I had forgot to zoom out and … Continue reading Goodbye to the code monkey

Just launched: Athliit.com

Rasmus Schjødt Pedersen is the founder of Athliit.com, a multisided platform that lets users buy training sessions from top athletes. Mountain bike, tennis, alpine skiing, there is room for every discipline. Athliit’s team occupies four seats on the ground floor at Rainmaking Loft. They had a busy first week here, since they are about to … Continue reading Just launched: Athliit.com