Area of interest: Tech

  • Cetasol raises 2 MEUR

    Cetasol raises 2 MEUR

    (Gothenburg, AI-powered energy optimization solutions for marine sustainability): Has raised 2 MEUR in a funding round from Sarsia, ShipsFocus and Impact X Capital. Early investors in Cetasol include member Daniel Rundgren. Cetasol’s platform is an AI-driven decision support system to reduce emissions through energy optimization. It’s compatible with any vessel, offering actionable insights and real-time support.

  • LinkedClient raises 17 MSEK

    LinkedClient raises 17 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an AI assistant for salespeople that increases efficiency, close rate, and reduces cost and administration): Has raised 17 MSEK in a funding round from member Henrik Garvner. Currently, LinkedClient has 170 active customers in over 28 countries. The subscription-based service generates 10 MSEK per year in license revenues.

  • Viss.AI raises 7 MSEK

    Viss.AI raises 7 MSEK

     (Jönköping, building an AI office worker, capable of automating everyday business tasks with high accuracy): Has raised 7 MSEK in a funding round from Starbright Invest and Spintop Ventures with members Peter Carlsson and Isabel Nilson. “The approach of Viss.AI to workflow automation has the potential to fundamentally redefine how we interact with technology at work,” comments Lovisa Skyborn, Investment Manager at Starbright Invest.

  • Plant raises 25 MSEK

    Plant raises 25 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a service that calculates the climate impact from construction processes): Has raised 25 MSEK in a funding round from Latour Future Solutions, Almi Invest Greentech and Course Corrected with members Christine Ahlstrand and Kerstin Cooley. Early investors include AGV Invest with member Omid Noghabai. “We are convinced that our collaboration with Plant will generate significant environmental impact, drive industry innovation forward, and accelerate the company’s international growth,”…

  • Terra Labs raises 45 MSEK

    Terra Labs raises 45 MSEK

    (Stockholm, develops technical solutions based on satellite data and AI for monitoring and analysis of land, as well as related activities): Has raised 45 MSEK in a funding round from Norrsken. Early investors include founding member Jacob de Geer. Terra Labs was valued at 245 MSEK in the round.

  • raises 70 MSEK raises 70 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a platform delivering actionable insights for eComm businesses to achieve profitable growth): Has raised 70 MSEK in a funding round from Daphni, J12 and early investors including members Erik Segerborg, Kim Fai Kok and founding member Ash Pournouri. “The e-commerce industry is undergoing fundamental changes, and we want to continue to be at the forefront with the latest technology and lead…

  • Lumeo Tech raises 1.9 MSEK

    Lumeo Tech raises 1.9 MSEK

    (Gothenburg, solutions that make wearable devices more versatile, easier to use, and more integrated with our everyday lives): Has raised 1.9 MSEK in a funding round from Nyfikna Investerare with member Joanna Törngren Redebrant. After this latest raise, Lumeo Tech’s total capital from investors amounts to approximately 6.4 MSEK, with a current valuation of around 20.4 MSEK.

  • Logcast raises 6.8 MSEK

    Logcast raises 6.8 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a blockchain-based voice streaming platform that connects people through short updates in everyday life): Has raised 6.8 MSEK in a funding round from a group of undisclosed investors. Early investors include member Johan Dennelind and founding member Andreas Grape. Logcast was valued at 150 MSEK in the round.

  • Ella raises 4.5 MSEK

    Ella raises 4.5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital health service for women): Has raised 4.5 MSEK in a funding round from undisclosed investors. Early investors include founding member Lars Lindgren and members Johan Bloom and Maria Hedengren. Ella was valued at 44.5 MSEK in the transaction.

  • Gofrendly raises 5.6 MSEK

    Gofrendly raises 5.6 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an AI-driven app and community that helps women find like-minded friends): Has raised 5.6 MSEK in a funding round from a group of undisclosed investors. Early investors include founding member Louise Samet and members Erik Bladh and Gerda Mazi Larsson through Curitas Ventures.