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CPH – What I learned by starting a new company after going bankrupt – by Djøf
January 29 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm GMTFree
A few years ago Maximillian Frimmer co-founded the company Monera and grew it to 45 employees. Unfortunately they ran out of cash and was declared bankrupt.
However, that didn’t stop Max and his co-founder Lars Holdgaard. They carefully analyzed what went wrong and was determined to learn from the experience.
Therefore, they started Likvido with a mission to help other companies collect their unpaid bills in a better way than the traditional debt collection agencies.
So far they’ve manage to raise capital from several Business Angels and PreSeed Ventures and are now on to scaling the business.
Join this event and get valuable insights and hands-on advice from Max on how you can use ‘failure’ to improve your entrepreneurial career.
Some of the topics will be:
- Why startups fail
- How to avoid making the same mistakes
- How to use ‘failure’ as a way to improve
- Why entrepreneurship is the best way to learn fast
- Why you can only win by being an entrepreneur (even if your company doesn’t succeed)