Damgaard Company is a Danish-owned investment company which, for more than 30 years, has been investing in the development of small and medium-sized knowledge-based companies.
Damgaard Company primarily invest in companies possessing untapped potential for further commercial development and growth - preferably internationally..
Today, Damgaard Company is an investor in, and a co-owner of a number of, a number of well-established growth companies, and a selected, few start-up companies. The company also has an established portfolio of passive investments, which is managed by external asset managers.
Damgaard Company actively participates in the development of its portfolio companies and invests both capital and management resources in realizing the companies’ potential for further growth and profit. Investments are exclusively made in companies that meet Damgaard’s values and investment principles, which includes that they must have a proven, robust and scalable business model.
Damgaard invests in Bilagscan
Preben Damgaard, Lars Seier Christensen and Toke Kruse launch Bilagscan, a global it iinitiative with the aim to make it easier and cheaper for companies to handle their receipts and attachments. Read more: Bilagscan
TDC aquires Plenti
The largest telecompany in Danmark, TDC, has aquired Plenti just before the reach their landmark of 100,000 users. Read more: Plenti
From Damgaard to Microsoft
A new company biography about the two brothers behind one of the biggest aquisitions done by Microsoft in the ERP market was launched in the Denmark on September 1, 2017. The book takes the reader through the whole history from the basement in Bagsvaerd all the way to Seattle. Here the story behind the book from the author, Hans Peter Bech: "From Damgaard to Microsoft". (In Danish).
New investment in dixa
Damgaard Company has invested in the all-in-one, cloud-based customer service platform. The main purpose is to deliver personal service in real-time across voice, email & chat in one simple interface designed for customer facing teams. Read more: dixa