SwimCount attented EY ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2018

SwimCount attented EY ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2018

November 02, 2018

SwimCount attented the EY ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2018 event in Copenhagen 

Mogens Thomsen, CEO of MotilityCount ApS who has developed SwimCount Sperm Quality Test, was invited to participate at the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018 earlier this week to listen to the invited speakers and to vote on who should be the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018.

It is always a good idea to be inspired by others and to participate in events like this to reboost the energy in order to find new ways of making SwimCount grow even more - not just in Denmark, but Worldwide.

EY Entrepreneur Of The Year is Denmark's and the world's most recognized growth cabinet competition. It is a tribute to the women and men who build and run successful, expanding and dynamic companies. EY celebrate their success and their contribution to our society once a year.

 

SwimCount Entrepreneurship of the year

 



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