Participating startups

Below you can read more about this semester's participating startups. The startups are from Aalborg University’s own Incubator, AAU Inkubator.

We will publish more participating startups on this page as soon as possible – so stay tuned!

In the meantime, be inspired by meeting the companies that participated in the spring 2020.

Meet the programme’s three business developers and other key persons.


Novefa Scandinavian Growth Creators

Our first startup is Novefa. Their vision is to create sustainable and innovative solutions in the future of food production. By moving the traditional agriculture indoors, they are able to monitor the plants and set the optimal conditions for healthy and sustainable growth.

The team consists of András, Marco and Matias who have all experienced the significant impact agriculture has on the environment, but how indispensable agriculture is. They emphasize that the world needs a radical change in how agriculture is done.

The team behind Novefa are excited to participate in the Scandinavian Growth Creators (SGC) program, and are looking forward to meeting and cooperating with many enterprising students. It is particularly the holistic and interdisciplinary approach, that makes SGC so relevant for them, as they work within a wide range of disciplines e.g. biology, chemistry, mechanics, automations, business development, economy and law.

“We all graduated recently and have already experienced how much learning there is when cooperating with a business community”, say András, Marco and Matias.

Really A Robot

Really A Robot Scandinavian Growth Creators

Our second startup is Really A Robot, a startup which is focusing on creating innovative robotics solutions to benefit the environment and save human lives. Now with the COVID-19 virus infecting millions of people, the team is focusing on building an autonomous temperature measuring system.

Recently, the team has received a grant of 162,000 DKK from the InnoBooster program, to develop their first prototype for the autonomous temperature measuring system. For now, they are spending most of their time in their office space, programming, designing and building.

The two founders, Hugo and Jevgenijs, are a part of Startup in Praksis, which allows them to be interns in their own company, as a part of their third semester of Masters in Robotics at AAU. They are thrilled to be a part of the Scandinavian Growth Creators program, and are looking forward to cooperating with some new people.

“We want to widen our horizons from our current insights within the field of robotics and entrepreneurship to something involving more aspects of a company”, say Hugo and Jevgenijs.


If you have any questions regarding the programme, please contact project manager Annika Jørgensen: