Learning Space

Be matched with the right collaboration partners, specialists, mentors or researchers

Knowledge sharing and matchmaking are important elements in Sound Hub Denmark, where you train and re-tank – and are challenged to learn and unlearn. You will experience relevant 1:1 matchmakings, unorganized knowledge sharing among coworkers and organized sparring and reviews through mentors and specialists, events, seminars and research projects.

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Mentors and specialists  
Professionals from e.g. Bang & Olufsen, Harman Lifestyle, GN Audio (Jabra), Dynaudio, Scan-Speak, Ole Wolff, Aalborg University, acknowledged sound specialists, the nearby Complementary Craft Cluster and retired professionals from the area are available for mentoring and reviewing.
Mentoring and reviewing
Sound network matchmaking 
In the Sound Hub you will be a part of a unique network within the international sound industry. Be familiar with Danish sound innovation and tradition for design thinking in particular, through seminars organised or direct matchmaking at the hub.
Networking and matchmaking
Events & Seminars 
Sound Hub offers many events and camps to its coworkers. We provide inspiring seminars from researchers and influential industry professionals. Moreover, we offer hackathons and courses to develop skills and offer pitches to relevant partners. Sound Hub Denmark is also an official TEDx Host Space.
Develop skills
Complementary Craft Cluster 
Seek advice from complementary competences and engage in workshops to further develop your concept and product idea in the nearby Complementary Craft Cluster. All companies within a radius of a few km with an expressed interest to support companies in the Sound Hub.
Develop your concept
Research projects  
Sound Hub also helps businesses to initiate research projects with qualified researchers from Aalborg University and other knowledge institutions.
Competence Partners 
Seek advice from competence partners of Sound Hub Denmark. All with an expressed interest to assist and support the Coworking companies and programme participants of the hub in achieving their growth ambitions within the sound domain.
Danish Sound Cluster 
An industry network and cluster with the aim of connecting start-ups, established companies and knowledge institutions within the Danish sound industry, and branding the Danish sound ecosystem outside Denmark. Head office located at Sound Hub Denmark with representation also in Copenhagen. In 2019-2020 the secretariat was run and operated by Sound Hub Denmark.
Get connected
Nordic Podcast Academy 
Be educated in the field of podcasting by the best teachers, activities, and facilities for podcast courses targeted people on different levels of experience and knowledge from the entire Nordic region as well as internationally.
Professional podcasting

Get access to our Learning Space and Makerspace by joining the Coworking Space

Coworking Space

Grow your business by coworking with sound-tech professionals from ambitious startups, SME’s and corporates. Expand your skill-set in collaboration with industry-leaders and university students and researchers, and meet visiting investor and sponsoring partners. Stimulate sound innovation in an all-in-one collaborative office environment.

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Build your concept, product or prototype in our workshops, acquire supplementary skills in the nearby industrial craft cluster and test and evaluate in the world-class test facilities together with leading industry specialists. Work with the newest technology application platforms innovating your creation to its full potential.

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