Startup Mentors

Marianne Stemann Andersen

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Five questions to mentor Marianne Stemann Andersen

Marianne Stemann Andersen is a Postdoctoral researcher at KU’s Biotech Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC). She participated in Venture Cup’s Idea Competition in 2013 and the National Startup Competition in the Health-category. Now, she is part of our network as a mentor in Startup Mentors. We’re are very thankful for

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Five questions to mentor and judge Paul Hargreave

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Five questions to mentor and judge Paul Hargreaves

Paul Hargreaves is the Chief Development Officer at ResoTher Pharma ApS and has been a mentor in our Startup Mentors program and a judge at our national competitions and Nordic Healthtech Talents. We’re are very thankful for having Paul in our network, and we’ve asked him five questions that you

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Lizanne Svane

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Five questions to mentor Lizanne Svane

Lizanne Svane is the founder and CEO of Tubus Technology – TubusOne and is now part of our Startup Mentors as a mentor for the startup Obtek. Lizanne has participated in our National Startup Competition, University Startup World Cup and our Startup Mentors program with her own startup, and we’re

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Five questions to Max Glocke, CEO of PackitUp

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Five questions to Max Glocke, CEO of PackitUp

Max Glocke is the CEO of the startup PackitUp – a social network for travellers. He’s been part of our Startup Mentors program… twice! And participated in a CONNECT Denmark Springboard which he highly recommends. We’ve asked Max a few questions that you can use as inspiration. 1. What are

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Five questions to mentor and judge Troels Keldmann

Troels Keldmann is the Business Development Interim at Keldmann Healthcare A/S who is helping companies innovate and commercialize. Troels has participated as a mentor in our program Startup Mentors during the spring 2019 and as a judge evaluating finalists for University Startup World Cup 2019. We’ve asked Troels five questions

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Armenia
National Polytechnic
University of Armenia

SFI

Andranik Voskanyan, Arthur Hakobyan

We offer autonomously operating robots, which can move in arbitrary shaped water, oil and gas pipelines con- tinuously monitoring and detecting erosion and leakage. Countries lose million tones of water, gas and oil from damaged tubes and sometimes it become dangerous for human life and nature when gas or oil pipeline gets damaged. So our product can find damaged or clogged places on their early stage in practically all kinds of pipe- lines over and underground. With the use of our product the damaged sections of a pipeline can be found faster, more easily, precisely and without digging the ground.

This means that maintenance and replacement of pipe- lines will be safer and much more cheaper. Our product is a robot which can move through the pipelines and investigate it with pressure, ultrasonic, flow sensors and camera which can shoot up to 4k video and save it in his memory card or sent it to connected devic- es. This robots autonomously move in arbitrary shaped water, oil and gas pipelines with diameters ranging from 10 cm up to 300 cm.

Iceland
Reykjavik University

Treatably

Ragnheiður Lilja Guðmundsdóttir, Safa Jemai

Our company is a disease management solution. Our software gathers together all the most important information about your health like meds, nutrition, exercise, symptoms, vitals and sleep and analyses it to give you a clear picture of how your health is at any given moment.

Our main focus to start with is on patients with thyroid problems and other autoimmune diseases, but we plan to add on and expand so we can service people with all kinds of chronic illnesses. Having to live with a chronic illness is time consuming, costly and frankly, exhausting. We want to make peoples lives easier with one platform

where you gather all the data you need to keep track of to manage your condition. So the next time you see your doctor you’ll have a much set of data to show him about your progress the past few months, and eventually with integration into the healthcare system the doctor will be able to access all the information himself before your appointment and therefore make a much better diagnosis and decision regarding your treatment.

With integration you will also be able to access your own test results, schedule appointments, prescriptions and better communication with your doctor.​