Location: Sweden

  • Pantlån raises 10 MSEK

    Pantlån raises 10 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an AI-powered pawnshop valuation service): Has raised 10 MSEK in a funding round from Pär Svärdson, Fabian Bengtsson, Anders Wall, Charlotte Wall, and member Carl Palmstierna. “The team at Pantlån has come a long way in a short time. It is clear that we have a service that is in demand on the market, and that has the potential to change…

  • Deedster raises 15 MSEK

    Deedster raises 15 MSEK

    (Stockholm, making climate action fun through engaging technology): Has raised 15 MSEK in a funding round from Wellstreet with members Evelina Anttila, Helen von Bahr, Maria Lindholm, Henric Enhörning, and Armando Coppola. “Wellstreet’s offering goes beyond financing. We share the same values, and with their hands-on approach and strong expertise in fintech, it makes them a very attractive partner,” comments Niclas Persson, CEO and…

  • Natural Cycles raises 580 MSEK

    Natural Cycles raises 580 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a natural birth control app that finds your fertility window via body temperature): Has raised 580 MSEK in a funding round from Lauxera Capital Partners, Point 72 Private Investments and JP Morgan.  Early investors in Natural Cycles include member Isabella Löwengrip. “We grow by over 50 percent every year and in two to three years we will pass 100 million dollars in turnover,”…

  • Epishine raises 69 MSEK

    Epishine raises 69 MSEK

    (Linköping, captures indoor light to make electronics self-powered): Has raised 69 MSEK in a funding round from Pareto Securities. John Vigo Carlund, Jula Miljö & Energi, Klimatet Invest and founding member Karl-Johan Persson. Epishine was valued at 300 MSEK in the round.

  • RS Sports raises 10 MSEK

    RS Sports raises 10 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a premium tennis, sportswear and padel-collections brand): Has raised 10 MSEK in a funding round from Anders Svensson, founder Robin Söderling, Magnus Alsterback, Jakob Tolleryd, Kristoffer Jeansson and founding members Karl-Johan Persson and Daniel Pilotti. “We think Anders is perfect for the brand. He is beloved by the public and is great to have with us when we visit Hudiksvall, Småland, or Sunne,” comments Magnus Alsterback,…

  • Syre raises 1.1 billion SEK

    Syre raises 1.1 billion SEK

    (Stockholm, a textile impact company decarbonizing the industry through textile-to-textile recycling): Has raised 1.1 billion SEK in a funding round from Giant Ventures, Norrsken, Imas, Volvo Cars and H&M with founding member Karl-Johan Persson. The plan is to use the funds to build a pilot factory in the US.

  • Majority raises 200 MSEK

    Majority raises 200 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital financial service dedicated to the success of modern migrants in the US): Has raised 200 MSEK in a funding round from Victor Jacobsson, Hjalmar Winbladh, Magnus Nilsson and founding member Jacob de Geer. As of April 2024, Majority reached an ARR of 430 MSEK.

  • 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.

  • North House raises 5 MSEK

    North House raises 5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital solution that helps you establish, update and deploy governance best practices): Has raised 5 MSEK in a funding round from Sören Mellstig and members Maria Hedengren and Ann Grevelius. “The need exists, the solution is available, and the team’s passion for this area is nothing short of impressive,” comments Ann Grevelius.

  • Leya raises 114 MSEK

    Leya raises 114 MSEK

     (Stockholm, a generative AI company tackling time-consuming and complex tasks across practice areas and legal systems): Has raised 114 MSEK in a funding round from Benchmark, SV Angel, Hummingbird and Y-Combinator. Early investors in Leya include members Erik Engellau-Nilsson and Stefan Tengvall. In the round, Leyas’ valuation skyrocketed to over 500 MSEK, well above the previous valuation of 5 MSEK in its earlier round.