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Saturday Swedish Startup News – March 8 edition

Written by on March 8

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Why an Android-first approach could give you momentum for success

Sweden is a hub of innovative start-ups, but unless your app is region-specific, there is absolutely no need to focus on local users first. Marwan goes over the reasons why you should choose to develop for Android instead of iOS.

Aurore Belfrage, co-founder of Wrapp, on what it takes to succeed

For the past 6 years Aurore Belfrage has been working with digital and social marketing and has co-founded the global gift-card startup Wrapp. For now, she is working on Your Middle East, which is a media platform that started as a grassroots movement with a mission to work for positive change in the Middle East and […]

Bonnier buys one third of cashback platform Refunder

Refunder, the cashback site we wrote about a while back, just announced that Bonnier bought a third of the company.

Need help with getting your startup off the ground? Chalmers Innovation is there for you.

Chalmers Innovation celebrates its 15th anniversary this year and has over the last two years radically changed the way they support startups. Lukas met up and asked Per Sahlin, the business coach, about the organization’s startup camp.

Most read this month

Why an Android-first approach could give you momentum for success

Sweden is a hub of innovative start-ups, but unless your app is region-specific, there is absolutely no need to focus on local users first. Marwan goes over the reasons why you should choose to develop for Android instead of iOS.

Kambio – A Gothenburg startup that paves the way to happiness

Lukas Ohlsson had a chat with Kambio, a Gothenburg based startup that aims to give people the opportunity to feel better and to prevent mental ill-health before it arises.

Meet ngenic, the Nordic version of Nest’s smart thermostat

When Google acquired Nest last month, a lot of attention was thrown onto the “smart home” sector. Uppsala-based ngenic have been working on the Nordic version for a few years now, so Anders caught up with one of the founders for a chat about the past, the present and future.

Berlin, Seriously?

Sure, Berlin may have better discos, and cheaper rent. But let’s be honest here, Berlin doesn’t have 3 possible IPOs this year, or any for that matter. In fact the next IPO to from Berlin when it does happen will likely be the company there started by Swedes from Stockholm. Go figure.

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