Rising Star of the week: DanCompliance
MARPRO is presenting the Rising Star of the week series. A series dedicated to innovative and promising maritime start-ups, which contribute to a smarter, cleaner and safer maritime future. The series is based on the applicants for the Rising Stars Pavilion competition to participate in EUROPORT 2021.
A new concept is coming to life at EUROPORT 2021, the Rising Stars Pavilion powered by MARPRO. An area fully dedicated for promising maritime start-ups and next-gen innovators, where they can demonstrate how they contribute to a smarter, cleaner or/safer maritime future.
EUROPORT’s and MARPRO’s intention is to provide small start-ups a fair chance of showing their products and services to a large audience like EUROPORT is, for a budget friendly participation fee.
Company profile: DanCompliance
Since the news aired officially, the call to maritime start-ups has been answered and a great deal of interest has been shown to participate.
One of the companies happens to be the Danish located start-up, DanCompliance, servicing customers worldwide with ensuring regulatory compliance. Make acquaintance of DanCompliance in the following interview:
What is the idea behind DanCompliance, its services?
DanCompliance help maritime companies to stay updated on the regulatory requirements that apply for their products and services. In February 2020, we launched the web portal MARINEREGULATIONS.
MARINEREGULATIONS is a web portal with maritime rules, where maritime companies easily and quickly can find all the rules that are relevant for them. Companies can also sign up for tailor‐made reports, see future requirements and receive e‐mail notifications when there are relevant changes in the rules.
How can DanCompliance contribute to a smarter maritime future?
Dan Compliance’s services in general, but especially the new web portal, MARINEREGULATIONS, are relevant to almost all maritime companies and have the potential to change how companies work with regulatory compliance.
The web portal, MARINEREGULATIONS, will ensure better compliance in the industry and at the same time ease the regulatory burden, so that companies save time and money.
How can DanCompliance contribute to a cleaner or safer maritime future?
By helping Maritime companies to stay updated on rules and regulations for environment, safety, and sustainability, DanCompliance indirectly contribute to a cleaner and safer maritime future.
Where is DanCompliance in 5 years from now?
The market consists of all maritime companies that have to comply with or have an interest in following regional and/or international maritime regulation. As MARINEREGULATIONS is web‐based and can be made available worldwide. The market has no geographic limitations and the potential market for the sale of subscriptions is therefore estimated to be more than 250 million EUR.
Our ambition is to create an international company that is the market leader in digital solutions for regulatory information for the maritime industry. The expectation is by the end of 2025 to have expanded the organization to 20‐30 employees divided between the company’s offices in Croatia, Denmark, and the UK.
How is DanCompliance organized, and who are the key people?
The head office of Dancompliance is located in Herlev, Denmark. Sales & Marketing is established in Cambridge, UK and a Content Management department has been established in Zagreb, Croatia. Dancompliance was founded by Ronni Palmqvist (DK), who is the director and owner of the company. Ronni has worked with regulatory compliance, product development and quality assurance in the maritime industry for over 15 years. Douglas Farina (UK) is sales manager in the company, with responsibility for global sales and management of our sales representatives. With his experience selling SaaS products, he is a valuable member of the team. Danijela Tejic (CR) is head of the Content Management department in Zagreb, Croatia. The department consists of 5 people and is responsible for the development and maintenance of the company’s document database.
Are you interested in participating in EUROPORT 2021 in Rotterdam, where you can show your products to a larger relevant audience for a budget friendly fee? Then get aboard!
Concept: The Rising Stars Pavilion is developed as a competition concept and applications are open to all maritime start-up companies, not older than 5 years.
Applications: Are welcome from April 1st to May 31st. We only have 12 packages available. These applications will be carefully reviewed by a committee of selected maritime business experts and the chosen companies will be informed by June 5th, 2021 latest.
Evaluation criteria: Companies will be evaluated based on 4 criteria:
- 1. Growth potential
- 2. Innovation
- 3. Ambitions
- 4. Team
Package includes: Participation in the Start-up Pavilion with own exhibition stand and access to shared café and bar.
1 maritime promotion business package; consisting of:
- 1 article on maritime-professionals.com with a link to your website
- The article will be:
- Uploaded as a LinkedIn Featured Post in the Maritime Professionals and Maritime Deck Officers groups (Approx. 70.000 members)
- Included in next weekly broadcast of MARPRO News
- 1 month, 1 Side Banner 300w X 250h pixel in the right side of maritime-professionals.com
- 1 month banner in weekly MARPRO newsletter
- 1 company profile on maritime-professionals.com
- The article will be:
Price for participation: 1.995 EUR
For more information, please contact MARPRO through email@example.com