The state of Denmark: 13 Danish startups coming to Web Summit

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Peter Schmeichel, bacon and Lego. Denmark has been good to us.

Its capital city Copenhagen is now home to “a breakout startup scene that’s beginning to get noticed around the world“.

Our ALPHA, BETA and START programmes will host exhibitors from around the world. We’re looking forward to seeing this group of Danish startups in Dublin:



FarmBackUp are set to make it easier for farmers to rent out machinery to other farmers.

The concept behind the business is to create a network of farmers similar to Airbnb, as co-founder Soren Iver Knudsen explained in an interview with Danish news site Politiken.


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MocialCall is an app which will allows users make low-cost international calls – 4 cent per minute – without using their mobile data.

Founded by serial entrepreneur Lars Østergaard, MocialCall is currently available in Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Germany and the UK.


This Copenhagen-based startup was founded in 2011. The major selling point of this project management tool is its simplicity – users need only minutes of training.

Before establishing, co-founder Dennis Kayser was a senior consultant at IBM.


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Swipeato say they want to inspire people to live healthier and tastier lives. This Danish startup provide users with personalised online menus, populated with the restaurants greengrocers in their area.

Swipeato was co-founded by CEO Adam Haluska and COO Daniel Lizsicsar in March of this year.



Recho is an another Copenhagen-based startup. This app lets users record short audio messages, before sharing them with other users in the same location.

Founded by Mads Damsbo and Åsmund Sollihøgda, Recho has been described as “Foursquare for sounds”.

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