Company size: Seed +

  • 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.

  • Iris raises 42 MSEK

    Iris raises 42 MSEK

    (Mexico City, a social network platform in stealth mode): Has raised 42 MSEK in a funding round from EQT Ventures with member Carl Svantesson alongside member Vahid Toosi, Eric Wall and Aleksei Magusev. Few details about the venture are currently known, other than that Iris was valued at 200 MSEK and that EQT Ventures owns just over 20 percent.

  • Brink raises 20 MSEK

    Brink raises 20 MSEK

    (Stockholm, provides a serverless e-commerce solution for D2C brands): Has raised 20 MSEK in a funding round from Forward and Daniel Johnsson. Early investors include Wellstreet with members Evelina Anttila, Henric Enhörning, Armando Coppola, and Helen von Bahr. “The purpose is to continue fueling the growth Brink is experiencing and preparing it for an international expansion,” comments Christian Zanders.

  • PlasticFri raises 35 MSEK

    PlasticFri raises 35 MSEK

    (Stockholm, develops and offers plant-based materials that can replace plastic): Has raised 35 MSEK in a funding round from Norrsken Launcher with founding member Ash Pournouri and members Fredrik Jung Abbou and Erik Engellau Nilsson. “Plastic pollution is one of humanity’s biggest challenges. We have a solution that makes us able to compete with plastic,” comments Max Mohammadi.

  • Doctrin raises 33.5 MSEK

    Doctrin raises 33.5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital healthcare platform): Has raised 33.5 MSEK in a funding round from a group of undisclosed investors. Early investors include Inbox Capital with founding member Martin Wattin and member Markus Kitunen. The capital will be used to fund the company’s continued growth journey and further development of its platform.

  • Qvantum raises 260 MSEK

    Qvantum raises 260 MSEK

    (Åstorp, heat pump systems for apartments and commercial properties in Europe’s metropolitan areas): Has raised 260 MSEK in a funding round led by Thomas von Koch and IMAS. Early investors in Qvantum include NEA with member Jacob Brögger and backed by members Rustan Panday, Johan Skarborg, and Daniel Pilotti. The funding round happened in conjunction with a large acquisition of a manufacturing plant from Electrolux that will allow Qvantum to increase…

  • Octarine raises 4.35 MEUR

    Octarine raises 4.35 MEUR

    (Copenhagen, specializes in sustainable, nature-based dyes for the textile industry with minimal environmental impact): Has raised 4.35 MEUR in a funding round led by Unconventional Ventures with members Nora Bavey and Thea Messel. “The textile industry must switch to a more aggressive decarbonization trajectory in order to reduce its contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, water pollution and, ultimately, climate change. Octarine’s ground-breaking…

  • Sigrid Therapeutics raises 44 MSEK

    Sigrid Therapeutics raises 44 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a clinical-stage biotech company treating lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and obesity): Has raised 44 MSEK in a funding round from existing investors together with new investors Martin Bjäringer and Ulf Wiinberg. Early investors in Sigrid include founding member Lars Lindgren. “We are ‘deep tech’ and have needed to research, develop, patent, and scale up production in a highly regulated…

  • Ljusgårda raises 87 MSEK

    Ljusgårda raises 87 MSEK

    (Tibro, grows salad in a circular indoor cultivation system): Has raised 87 MSEK in a funding round from existing investors including the founders Andreas Wilhelmsson and Erik Lundgren as well as founding member Karl-Johan Persson, Back in Black and Jula Miljö och Energi. “We are among the best in the world at production, which is why we can sell the salad for 14.90 SEK…

  • Hailey HR secures 20 MSEK

    Hailey HR secures 20 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a one-stop platform for all HR processes): Has secured 20 MSEK in a venture loan from Ark Kapital. Early investors include founding members Karl-Johan Persson, Martin Randel and Daniel Pilotti. Hailey HR is expected to reach 35 MSEK in annual recurring revenue in 2023, with the new capital to be used to grow the platform and further expand in Europe.