Venture Cup Alumni
Previous winners of Venture Cup Competitions
Previous Startup Competition Winners
Overall Winner and HealthTech
VulCur MedTech - DTU, KU
VulCur MedTech is a medical device development company focusing on chronic wound healing.
Viridian Bio - DTU
Viridian Bio produces high-value plant-derived molecules ia yeast fermentation using renewable, non-petrochemical derived substrates, can be CO2 neutral, and produces molecules that are regarded as ‘natural’.
Lynx Sight - DTU
Lynx Sight productises visual inspection solutions, changing this from being an expensive and labor-intensive consultancy-driven industry and lowering the cost, while maintaining profit margins.
Swap Language - AU
Swap Language is a peer-to-peer platform that offers personalised 1-on-1 language learning from native speakers.
Product & Devices
Inniti IVS - AAU, DTU
Our solution is an IoT-based, distributed, modular system that allows you to customize your flow control system, and collect your measurements on the cloud.
Previous Idea Competition Winners
Overall Winner and HealthTech
Invena Flow Supervisor - DTU
Flow monitoring system for IV infusion therapy.
Products & Design
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems - CBS, DTU
ATLANT 3D Nanosystem brings micro-/nanofabrication from cleanroom to desktop 3D cleaning.
CheeseItYourself - DTU
CheeseItYourself offers an ingredient mix to revaluate aquafaba by turning it into a delicious do-it-youself plant-based cheese.
BringBike - CBS, DTU
BringBike is a convenient solution to bring your bike with you on the bus, whenever and wherever you go.
Auralis - SDU
We are developing a solution that uses modern technology to improve spatial orientation for the visually impaired.
2009 and older Winners
Winners of Venture Cup 2008-2009
1. Multiaerobics is an interactive platform developed for specialists in physical therapy. The software allows the specialists to treat their patients from afar using special sensors combined with physical activity.
2. Wölwa Group has developed software for project management costs estimates. The SaaS incorporates historical data to provide accurate estimates early in the project’s life cycle.
3. Immeasure has developed a technology capable of measuring multiple protein concentrations. The technology reduces the diagnosis process from hours to minutes lowering costs significantly and potentially saving lives.
Previous winners of University Startup World Cup
OVERALL WINNER and Products & Design
Laava Tech develops artificial lighting systems for greenhouse operators to decrease energy consumption and increase yield. We have developed a combination of hardware and software, which gives each and every plant the perfect growing conditions.
Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Sunthetics provides an alternative path to manufacture a chemical intermediate for nylon that is emission-free, more efficient, and cost-effective. There are current shortages in nylon intermediates due to increasing demand, complex reactions, and production interruptions. In consequence, there is an opportunity to significantly improve the chemical manufacturing industry with better, more sustainable and modern technology.
New York University, United States of America
FINTECH, AI, ICT
imagiCase is working to inspire the next generation of female technologists and increase the proportion of women studying and working in the STEM fields. imagiCase is a phone case with embedded LED lights that can be programmed to display any text, design or color through programming with the imagiCase mobile platform. The platform also provides tutorials of coding concepts guiding the user through the journey of learning to code in a gamified way.
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
VulCur MedTech is a medical device development company focusing on wound healing, using a novel combination of existing technologies. Our method of treatment uses laser technology to kill bacteria within wounds, which is a treatment breakthrough.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Choose Your Future
Choose Your Future is helping people (such as refugees, students and employees) find the best place to live and integrate them to their new home cities. Our award-winning digital tools enhance different stages of integration processes resulting in a better well-being and reducing costs of various organizations such as universities, cities and companies who are responsible for these new citizens.
University of Turku, Finland
Tekuma has built a one-handed six-degrees-of-freedom tactile controller that is intuitive, universal and robust. It reduces the time, cost and personnel required to get the job done. We’ve tested it with over 600 users with drones but our controller also works with robots, submarines, rovers and other devices. We want to improve the way humans interact with technology.
University of Technology Sydney & Macquarie University, Australia