Digital Startup Generator

Connecting and empowering technical and commercial talent to unleash their digital startup potential for society.

Why should become involved

Do you have a startup idea within digitalization you want to turn into a business? Are you are a student or young researcher in the field of digital tech, software or computer science? Or are you from the field of business with interest in applying your commercial skills in a digital tech startup?

DTU Skylab & CSE coach and match students from interdisciplinary fields to enable more digital startup come to life for society. Our aim is to support and strengthen early-stage ideas and team development, as teams that capture both technical and commercial skills have a much strong outset to build a successful business.


Digital Startup Generator is a initiative with a mission to create more and better digital tech startups that contribute to society. The aim is to strengthen technology/solution/market fit of digital tech startup ideas, including costumer validation and technology development, and facilitate match-making between technical and commercial startup talents.

We aim to do this by offering:

  • Activities and workshops to boost ideation, matching of talent, and startup validation & Support – all within digital tech.
  • Feedback & coaching of startup ideas
  • Lab support
  • Industry insight e.g in hackathons and innovation sprints

Who can join

  • Teams with early-stage digital tech-based startup or startup idea
  • Aspiring student/reasearcher entrepreneurs with digital tech startup ideas

Flagship activities:

  • Ongoing coaching of digital startups. Contact Diana Lundgren for coaching.
  • Startups & Pitches
  •  Business Hack
  •  Digi Hack
  •  Hub Tours

Timeframe: Jan 2021 – Dec 2022 (New cohort starts September 2021)

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Sounding Board



Sponsors & Partners 


Camilla Nørgaard Jensen
Programme Manager
DTU Skylab
+45 93 51 13 75


Oliver Kofod Ranneries
Community Coordinator CSE


Mathias Jakobsen