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He Chang (b. 1982) is the founder of the popular Huang Taiji, an internet venture specializing in traditional Chinese breakfast fare and food delivery. He studied design in Denmark and worked at Google China, Baidu and leading online travel booking company Qunar. He believes that the success of a startup depends on three criteria: the founder’s abilities and experience, the strength of the founding team, and the third, which is also the most important, societal trends.

Bruno Bianchi always wanted to be his own boss. He started a Costa del Sol Spanish jewelry import business in 2004, sourcing from Thailand and India. Then he became the sales director of Miguel Ángel Palomo SA to expand the Spanish olive business internationally. He had also worked as a cook in Ireland and Denmark.The Argentinian speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian and Danish. The COO of Spotahome joined the startup as a co-founder at a later stage when the proptech idea was revived by CEO Artacho.

Startupbootcamp Commerce Amsterdam is part of the Startupbootcamp accelerator global group that was originally founded in Denmark in 2010. The Commerce Amsterdam programs are dedicated to early-stage startups in the e-commerce and retail verticals. They help founders during the MVP development phase and provide mentoring support across logistics solutions, fraud security, AI, big data, advertising, marketing and sales.The programs are based in a co-working space in Amsterdam and founders receive €15,000 to cover their living expenses in the city during the three-month period of intense mentorship, masterclasses and pitching opportunities.

Developed by ex-UN experts, Everimpact provides real-time GHG data using satellites, sensors and IoT to help cities and companies manage and monetize emissions reduction.  

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The Index Project, known by its motto “Design to Improve Life”, is a Copenhagen-based non-profit organization under the patronage of the Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark and supported by the Danish Ministry of Business and Growth.Founded in 2002, The Index Project organizes the biennial Index Award, one of the world's biggest design award. A diverse range of designs are selected through each Index Award cycle. It also backs projects with good causes through investment vehicle, Design to Improve Life Fund that has stakes in 11 solutions, ranging from seed to Series B+. 

Mathieu Carlier is CEO and co-founder of Everimpact, a GHG monitoring company that uses satellites, ground sensors, AI and machine learning to deliver more accurate and immediate carbon emissions data to public bodies, municipalities, and businesses. He has over 20 years of experience as an advisor to governments, public institutions at the likes of the UN, the European Commission and EU Agencies, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and large corporations in international development. Prior to Everimpact, much of Carlier’s career was spent in complex data systems projects for government elections or for health ministries in war-torn or post-conflict developing countries. This included delivering multimillion-dollar biometric and big data projects in the run-up to 50 presidential elections in countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Libya, the Congo and Benin. Carlier is based in Copenhagen, Denmark and holds an MSc in Business Administration from the Burgundy School of Business.

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