"It's about getting a good idea" - and Maybritt got it in India
Maybritt Beutnagel produces fragrant Indian snacks, munchies, in her one-woman business on South Funen. The business is doing well because Maybritt had a good idea for a product - and had prepared well.
"Many are impressed that I have a company next to my work"
The working week can reach a total of 70 hours, but the entrepreneur Mia Hjorth Hansen is passionate about the non-alcoholic beverage shrub. She produces and sells to restaurants when she is not a bar manager in Aarhus.
She is alone with her company, and in the absence of a partner, she has received advice and sharpened her competencies in IværksætterDanmark.
"Today we probably would not start without just a small business plan"
The architects Simon and Peter jumped straight into entrepreneurship over two years ago and opened a design studio in Frederiksberg. They had no business plan, no practical business experience and few customers in the order book."But we had the passion," say Simon Hald and Peter Ravnborg.
Since then, they got used to the business - among other things with help from IværksætterDanmark.
"When you are an entrepreneur, you have to put hours into it - and step on it!"
This is the philosophy of Jakob Øgendahl Larsen, who invented the sharing platform ShareOne.dk. His company is four years old, he has worked for thousands of hours in front of the computer, and now the entrepreneur from Esbjerg has set the course for more growth.
That is why he is embarking on a Next Step course in IværksætterDanmark.