The founders of Hiper is joining TechBBQ
News Published 16 September 2019
Meet the Hiper A/S founders at TechBBQ in Copenhagen: Under the Hood – From startup to an established tech company. Synch is excited to announce that Simon Lester Skals, Stig Myken and Nicolai Lamborg is joining the stage.
Synch and Hiper will focus on what goes on under the hood of a startup from idea to exit. We will present an actual case and share the insights, challenges, regrets and focus areas that both entrepreneurs and investors should know. They will be sharing insights on how to create growth, debate dilemmas about funding and discuss how they went from a startup to an established tech company.
Join Synch for this session on September 18 from 11:30-13:00 at the TalkBBQ stage. Read the full program here.
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