How our invention creates jobs on the island Mors

Royalty agreements have an inherent network effect, and it’s amazing to see how that turns our idea into jobs in the other end of the country. Royalty agreements are often perceived as a “you’re just selling your idea of to super mega evil corp, who’s turning it into profit”. That is however not necessarily the truth – at least not for us. We just celebrated SmartMover selling its 600th unit. But even though we invented it six years ago, we didn’t sell a single unit ourselves. Instead SmartMover was licensed to Ole on the island of Mors in the other end of Denmark, and he has managed to turn it into a sustainable business. Today he is selling SmortMovers full time – and even has a few part t

We made our first collaboration with a young, talented designer

We know what it's like to start out as an inventor - after all it's not that many years ago, we started out ourselves. And I think that makes us a little more proud to announce our first partnership with a new, young designer: Idunn Isabella Sommer who has designed "Alpallen". Some months back we got in touch with the young designer Idunn Isabella Sommer, who was working on this cool, multi-functional furniture for kids: The prototype of Alpallen before it got a "Lolle & Nielsen-makeover". The alpha-version was originally designed by Isabellas grandfather Carl Bloom. We instantly liked the approach: A simple and sleek but yet sturdy construction with lots of possibilities. But in order to ge

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