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August 13, 2022
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Two founders turned bankruptcy into growth

In 2017, Danish founders Maximilian Frimmer and Lars Holdgaard were facing bankruptcy. Their business, a marketplace similar to TaskRabbit, which matched freelance labour with local demand, had struggled to manage its cashflow. Using Intercom to streamline support, Pipedrive to streamline sales, and hefty spreadsheets and manual bookkeepers, the company was spending a lot of money and time chasing payments which eventually led to its collapse. Lars Holdgaard and Maximilian Frimmer But instead of abandoning ship, the founders came together and decided to start a new venture. This time, it would be based on the very problem which had led to…
Two founders turned bankruptcy into growth

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