Open Entrepreneurship – Consent Agreement – Processing of Personal Data


Open Entrepreneurship (OE) and it’s affiliated universities are committed to GDPR compliance in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Who we are

Open Entrepreneurship is a collaboration between a number of Danish universities and is an initiative aimed to turn world-class research into world-leading technology commercialization to benefit Danish society.


The purpose of processing your personal data is with the intent of possibly connecting and sharing your information to others who are focused on achieving OE’s mission of transferring research into technology commercialization by creating teams, spinouts, and startups.

Recipients of your data

In order to achieve the Open Entrepreneurship vision, we will use and possibly share your given personal data with entrepreneurs, researchers, faculty at Danish universities, staff, students and other relevant participants.

Legal basis

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) states in article 6, paragraph 1, point a), that a processing of personal data is lawful if the data subject has given consent to the specific purpose, which is the legal basis for our request.


By accepting this agreement, you consent to Open Entrepreneurship and its affiliated universities to process your personal data for the following purposes. Store the supplied information and links to public social media and web pages. This data is to be used to invite you to meetings, talks, events, and to match you with possible collaboration partners within the Open Entrepreneurship community.

Additional important information about the rights of your personal data

Right to withdraw

You can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an email to

Period of time we will store your personal data

Your personal data will be stored until you tell us otherwise.

Right to complain

If at any time you feel we have processed your personal data in an unlawful way, please do not hesitate to contact us at

You can also lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority in Denmark, the Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilsynet). Read more about this option via the following link: