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Here it is, Saturday in SwedenTech October 19 edition:
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Stockholm’s Postify believe they can breathe life into a dying medium, the postcard. They’re just about to launch their new Postify Prints app in Europe and are traveling to San Fran to launch Postify for business at the Mobile Photo Connect conference.
As if it wasn’t competitive enough, the ‘second-hand-mobile-marketplace’ space has another player – Plick. Plick is an Uppsala-based company that allows users to buy and sell vintage clothing.
Anders caught up with Erik Östling, a 32 year old web developer living in Åre with his fiance. Together they are running a startup called Gårdsnära
Meet SNOW, an authentic winter-sports world that just launched on Steam Early Access.
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Karsten Deppert is a parallel-entrepreneur and talks about the Swedish gaming culture and why we are so good at producing games
James spoke with Robin Orheden, a Lund-based developer who is behind UserApp – a new SaaS tool to help developers integrate user management into applications.
Yesterday evening the entire Stockholm startup community gathered at Regeringsgatan 29 to celebrate the launch of SUP46 (Start-Up People of Sweden). Daniel Ek, founder of Spotify, kicked off the opening ceremony and was also appointed as the first inductee into the Swedish Startup Hall of Fame.
Vint have built some considerable buzz over the last few months, primarily because their team consists of a couple of ex-Wrapp people and Louise Eriksson who has just handed over the CEO role at AdProfit. Today, they launch their app in beta.
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