From the left side; Frode Annevik, CTO, Daro Navaratnam, CEO and Flemming Gangsø, Sale. Sales Manager Magnus Gleditch was not present when the picture was taken.

On his way to become a serial entrepreneur

After selling the first startup, dSafe, to the Swedish Bambora Group in 2015, Daro Navaratnam is now growing his second company. Dintero provides a multiple payment solution for more insight and increased conversion. They are up against competitors like Klara and Nets!

 


- With dSafe we stayed at different incubators in Trondheim and Oslo, then at Startuplab. When we founded Dintero the choice was easy. We have a lot of friends here, and through StartupLab we have mentors and a huge network. And it’s plug and play – the facilities work for us, Daro says.

 

One and a half years after establishing the company, Dintero now counts seven people.


Read more about Dintero at the website https://www.dintero.com/

Read about dSafe in this article in E24

Abonner på vårt nyhetsbrev

Abonner på vårt nyhetsbrev

Norske Kahoot, som er StartupLab-alumni, har de siste ukene kjøpt opp to andre StartupLab-baserte selskaper til sin satsning på spillbasert læring: WeWantToKnow / matteappen DragonBox og lesespillet Poio (bildet). (FOTO: Kahoot)

Kahoot kjøper for 215 mill NOK

Norske Kahoot - StartupLab-alumni - har nå kjøpt opp to andre StartupLab-baserte selskaper til sin satsning på spillbasert læring: WeWantToKnow / matteappen DragonBox og lesespillet Poio. Selskapene er kjøpt for henholdsvis 158 mill NOK og 57 mill NOK. 

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