The Danish Industry Foundation is financing 50-hour projects for SMEs. Want to be one of them?

Do you have a technical challenge that prevents you from reaching your goals with your product? FRECON is appointed as a technical advisor by the Danish Industry Foundation and can offer 50-hour consultancy projects to small and medium-sized companies.

Do you need a cost-optimized product? Need help developing your prototype? Does your drawing or sketch require a mechnical engineer’s technical insight before it can be realized? Is your innovation project facing technical challenges that prevent you from introducing it to the market? Or do you need your mechanical construction to be visualized by using CFD-analysis? FRECON’s engineers can help you with all of those things.

At FRECON, we are experts in mechanical design and work with everything from complex, industrial equipment to small, mechanical tools and components. In a 50-hour consultancy project, we can help you with:

  • Concept development: From innovation idea to producible designs that work
  • Mechanical design: 3D and 2D design as well as a close integration between design and calculation
  • Analysis and calculation: Including FEM/FEA and CFD
  • Documentation: Regulatory approvals and CE markings



What is genstartNU?

genstartNU (translates restartNOW) is an initiative launched by the Danish Industry Foundation which is to strengthen SMEs’ path through the corona crisis. The Danish Industry Foundation has allocated DKK 150 million for genstartNU in order to boost the Danish business sector.

FRECON has been chosen as advising company, and thus, we can offer 50-hour consultancy projects financed by the Danish Industry Foundation. The goal is to use our engineering skills and services to strengthen Danish SMEs and their business opportunities.

Watch our latest example of companies, which we have helped during genstartNU (in Danish):

Michael Elefsen

Want to join in?

Contact us, so we can find out whether your company can benefit from a 50-hour consultancy project:
Michael Elefsen