Join us in ORBIT Lab, September 26th, for another round of Tech Startup Launchpad. This time, the topic will revolve around how to set the right team for your startup. What makes for the perfect team? Is there such a thing as the perfect team?
A present challenge for many startups is to find people with tech skills. There is a high demand for these employees in general, so what do tech startups have to offer? What is important to consider for startups that want to employ tech people? And based on what parameters do tech people choose their future employers?
To help us gain perspective on these questions, we will hear from Kristian Andreasen, Founder of Kanda, and Felix Klastrup, Founder of Gamescorekeeper – both of whom have been through quite a journey in their quest to set the perfect team.
16.15: Doors open
16.30: The employer perspective and startup story of Kanda, by Kristian Andreasen
17.00: The employee perspective, TBA
17.25: The employer perspective and startup story of GameScorekeeper, by Felix Klastrup
17.55: The employee perspective, TBA
18.10: (Introduction to) facilitated discussion, by Lars Louring, ASE
18.40: Sum up and networking
ABOUT KRISTIAN ANDREASEN AND KANDA
Coming from a background in Engineering and Computer Science, Kristian has always been fascinated by what happens when Humans meet new technologies. Hailing from the dark and unexplored western part of Denmark, Kristian explores the field of VR and AR with a healthy dose of utilitarian skepticism.
His company, Kanda, builds digital twins for businesses using virtual, augmented and mixed-reality platforms. Their approach is design thinking and they take inspiration from computer games.
ABOUT FELIX KLASTRUP AND GAMESCOREKEEPER
As an economist and hobby gamer, Felix has had an interest in data analysis, statistics and gaming for years. His company, GameScorekeeper, fuses these personal interests as it delivers esports data and solutions to livescore sites & apps, media platforms and betting companies.
About Tech Startup Launchpad
Tech Startup Launchpad is an initiative in ORBIT Lab to support the local tech startup ecosystem and student entrepreneurship by getting students and startups together to share knowledge, skills and experiences.
This will be the fifth in a series of events that focus on local war stories, pitches and networking. It is a platform where you can get inspired, learn from the experiences of others and share your own, and potentially join a startup or find co-founders for your own idea.
In ORBIT Lab, we work with entrepreneurship from a tech perspective. Our goal with Tech Startup Launchpad is to facilitate synergies between tech students and the tech startup ecosystem. The Tech Startup Launchpad events are open for anyone with an interest in the tech startup ecosystem.
For students, Tech Startup Launchpad is a chance to:
- Get involved in the local startup ecosystem
- Contribute with your ideas and technical expertise
- Get inspired to develop your own startup ideas
- Potentially join a startup
For tech startups, Tech Startup Launchpad is a chance to:
- Get valuable feedback from students and entrepreneurs of the ORBIT Lab Community
- Potentially onboard new talent and skills
- Network with techy students and other tech startups
- Refine your pitching skills
Who can participate?
This event is open for students and local tech startups and others with an interest in the local tech startup scene.
This event will be in English.
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General questions may be addressed to Litte Dalsgaard, ORBIT Lab Community Manager: email@example.com / 93 52 14 47 and Lars Louring, Student Entrepreneurship Program Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org / 20 76 61 89.
This event is part of the EU project “Entreprenørskab i Uddannelserne” (Entrepreneurship in Education).