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Saturday Swedish Startup News – November 30

Written by on November 30, 2013

Busy week? No time to check Swedish Startup Space? No worries – we’ve wrapped up the week’s most popular articles and latest jobs from #swedentech here for you!

Here it is, Saturday in SwedenTech November 30 edition:

Most read this week

PR for Swedish startups and smaller businesses: a crash course

What is public relations and how does it work? What should tech startups be doing to get noticed in the media? What’s the secret to getting noticed beyond the tech world? Isabelle Kåge, PR-consultant at Rita Platzer Public Relations, gives a crash course in PR for tech startups.

Robert Lyngman: “We are going to revolutionize the resume”

Recruitment is one of Stockholm’s most crowded spaces – with a whole host of companies trying to help companies source and close talent in the most efficient way possible. Anders talked to Robert Lyngman from Sqore about their plans and vision.

Electro-streaming service Revibe launches throughout the Nordics

Revibe – a niched streaming service for electronic music, are today announcing that they are exiting private beta and launching their niched-streaming service in all the Nordic countries.

Spotscale is working with the best RC pilots in the world to create 3D models using hexacopters

3D modeling in Sweden is extremely hot right now, with startups such as Volumental innovating within the space. Anders talked to another company entering this arena, Spotscale and one of its founders, Ludvig Emgård.

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Stockholm’s Instabridge announce free wi-fi in Amsterdam and surrounding areas

Instabridge announced that they are offering over 300 wi-fi hotspots in the surrounding areas of Amsterdam – which means that residents and tourists alike can have constant access to free and stable wi-fi.

Epidemic Sound, the most successful Swedish startup you know nothing about

Epidemic Sound has to be one of Sweden’s most underrated startups – they’ve been around for 5 years, have an extremely sound and steady business model – and one of Sweden’s most well respected entrepreneurs Hjalmar Winbladh as a co-founder to boot. Despite all of this, they’ve managed (read: tried) to stay out of the tech press and build an extremely solid business, that many people haven’t even heard of.

Mikael Pawlo on Mr Green, the lost art of the business plan and his biggest business regret

Mikael Pawlo is certainly one of Sweden’s most well-known entrepreneurs and is primarily known for being the co-founder of Mr Green. In addition to Mr Green, he has co founded Happy Pancake (one of Sweden’s fast growing online dating sites), and has invested in various early stage startups here in Sweden.

PR for Swedish startups and smaller businesses: a crash course

What is public relations and how does it work? What should tech startups be doing to get noticed in the media? What’s the secret to getting noticed beyond the tech world? Isabelle Kåge, PR-consultant at Rita Platzer Public Relations, gives a crash course in PR for tech startups.

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