After starting his career at Goldman Sachs, Bjarke co-founded Alipes in 2008. Alipes is a technology company that never left stealth, as it became profitable very fast, has grown organically and has a very specialized product. The company uses machine learning and natural language processing to automatically read financial news and generate insights about the stock market. The company has about 20 employees in Copenhagen, most of them machine learning, physics and computer science PhDs.
After running Alipes for 6 years, Bjarke left active management to his two co-founders in 2014, and is now a proud board member and shareholder. He then ran Vaniday in Berlin, a Rocket Internet funded global beauty and wellness marketplace, before joining Creandum.
At Creandum, Bjarke spends a lot of time on Fintech, machine learning and IoT.