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Quick Posture takes diagnosis to a whole new level. This state-of-the-art sensor technology precisely analyzes human movement and produces instantaneous animated on-screen feedback.
About 6 months ago, we wrote about the battle of the Swedish restaurant apps. The combatants were the Gothenburg-based startup Silent Order, and Waitress – based in Stockholm. Now, things are about to get even more intense as a new player emerges out of Linköping – here is Kulipa. Kulipa is a startup with a […]
Staply is a platform where people can share files and discuss them in the same place. Before we get started, yes – you’ve definitely heard this pitch before. Let’s take a look into their chances.
This article contains content that was written as a guest post by previous StartUp Weekend participants Richard Smith and Lukas Lilja. A lot can happen in 54 hours. Thinking about joining the upcoming StartupWeekend event? Want to know more? All Startup Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup […]
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Editor’s note: This post was written by Johan Unger, co-founder of Sprinkle. Sprinkle is a content distribution platform for digital publishers and is implemented on over 150 sites. The company was founded in 2013 and has offices in Stockholm, Malmö and Oslo. Disclaimer: Here at Swedish Startup Space we’ve implemented the Sprinkle widget. When Social […]
Olle Aronsson, reporter at Dagens Industri gives us his viewpoint on startup-pr, how entrepreneurs should approach trade papers and whether or not tradtional media “do enough” to cover our booming startup scene.
Heatcord is another startup trying to solve the “location discovery” problem. Yes, another one. With that said, they have a former Swedish “Inventor of the Year” on the team, so that may help them in their quest to solve startup-land’s most attempted feat!
In 2012, the Berlin-based startup Vamos raised €100,000 during a “friends and family” round to build and launch Vamos, the event guide on iOS that quickly became one of the city’s most talked about app startups. Today, 2 years and over 100.000 downloads later, they’ve raised a six figure sum from the Soundcloud and Google execs.