Area of interest: Telecom and Media

  • Telness Tech raises 50 MSEK

    Telness Tech raises 50 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an automated digital telco enabler): Has raised 50 MSEK in a funding round from JCE and Industrifonden with member Peter Wolpert. “You could call us the Shopify for telecom. In five years, we will truly be an established global software player and present in many markets around the world,” comments Martina Klingvall.

  • Bookea raises 5 MSEK

    Bookea raises 5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, operates within the publishing industry and offers e-books, paperback books, and audiobooks): Has raised 5 MSEK in a funding round from NEA with members Jacob Brögger, Daniel Pilotti, Johan Skarborg and Rustan Panday. Bookea is currently active and operates in Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Baltics and Poland.

  • Fishbrain raises 6 MUSD

    Fishbrain raises 6 MUSD

    (Stockholm, a platform where keen fishing people can become part of an online fishing community, share their catches in social media-styled posts, and find the best fishing spots): Has raised 6 MUSD in a funding round from Lucerne and Industrifonden with member Peter Wolpert. Early investors include Inbox Capital with founding member Martin Wattin. The…

  • Sportscom raises 5 MSEK

    Sportscom raises 5 MSEK

    (Helsingborg, a platform that lets you listen to live sports): Has raised 5 MSEK in a funding round from Loop Capital, Jonas Tellander, Karl Andersson, and member Ann Grevelius. By signing up for 69 kronor a month, the listener can through an app, access complete commentary from matches in the SHL, Allsvenskan, and Premier League.

  • Nothing raises 1 billion SEK

    Nothing raises 1 billion SEK

    (London, a consumer electronics brand): Has raised over 1 billion SEK in a funding round led by Highland Europe, with participation from existing investors Google Ventures, EQT Ventures, and C Capital, alongside new partners Swedish House Mafia. Early investors in Nothing include founding members Jacob de Geer and Ash Pournouri.

  • Impact Loop raises 6 MSEK

    Impact Loop raises 6 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a news service for impact companies): Has raised 6 MSEK in a funding round from angel investors Magnus Robertson, Anders Andersson, Karolina Roslund, Rebecca Linnros, Ulrika Ek, Lars Dahmén and member Jens Bäckbom. Impact Loop was founded by Thomas Eriksson, Metro’s previous chief editor, and Camilla Bergman, former CEO of Breakit.