Daniel spoke with Carl Silbersky who is the CEO of SettleBox. Prior to that, he founded Polar Rose which was acquired by Apple. Carl tells us the 3 things he needs to see before he invests in a startup.
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Uppsala Hackathon is an initiative started by young entrepreneurs in Uppsala. The event is open to everyone who wish to participate and is targeted to companies, individuals and students.
iDoc24 – a health-app that has been operational since 2008 are launching STD-Triage – an app to help you with STDs
We wrote about the Bonnier Accelerator program a few weeks ago – and they’ve recently announced the winners.
James spoke with Linnie Wilton – a software developer currently at iZettle. We spoke about what it’s like to be ‘one of the only female developers’ at the company – and how companies should start looking at female engineers.
Anders spoke with Erik Hedberg from Webbgaraget in Uppsala about how it is running a web agency right out of university
Tribes and startups share a lot in common. They are often both driven by passion, as well as a desire to challenge the status quo. Elia talks about how they make a perfect match.
Flikkt‘s technology allows you to read your favorite books, in a foreign language, with the ability to get immediate, one-touch and human context-sensitive translations of difficult words into your native language.
Micael Widell (CTO Fyndiq) walks us through how to recruit developers – something many of us are struggling with!
Sting are launching FastForward – an incubator program which will bring 7 of Stockholm’s most promising internet startups together for 4 months – with a goal of building a sustainable and scalable global business.
Babba caught up with Fritjof Andersson, CEO of Relation Desk – a social media management tool used by McDonalds, TeliaSonera and Panasonic.
Foap – the photo-marketplace based in Malmö have just announced that they are partnering up with Puma – for a global ‘photo mission’.
Today James is talking to Johan Hägglund who is the CEO of a startup called Digiexam – who have built a digital-examination system that is currently being used at several schools.
Today I’m talking with Fredrik Cassel – a General Partner at Creandum – one of the Nordic’s most well-known venture capital firms. We spoke about the Swedish startup scene and what he looks for in entrepreneurs.
I caught up with Alena Rybik, Community and Customer Service Manager at the Uppsala based company Freespee. First of all, what is Freespee? Freespee is a mobile advertising company for businesses whose customers want to talk to someone before they buy. Currently our product offer includes call tracking and analytics, communication API service and mobile […]
Today I’m speaking with Anton – one of the guys from Monterosa, which is a mobile-development agency which has worked with clients such as Red Bull, Systembolaget and Google.
Internetworld run a ‘Digital Entrepreneur of the Year’ contest each year – and it’s time again to pick your favorites for 2013.
Web Summit Dublin is a conference with the world’s top VC’s and tech-people in attendance. They are looking for hot Swedish startups to attend, so read on for some more information and a link to apply.
Today I’m speaking with Jacob Olsson who is the co-founder of Like.tv – a new ‘second screen platform’ to help TV-watchers consume relevant information related to that program such as social media discussions, latest polls or live statistics.
Michael “Micke” Kazarnowicz gives us his thoughts on Swedish life-logging startup Memoto.