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Saturday Swedish Startup News – August 23 Edition

Written by on August 23, 2014

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!

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It’s time to apply for the next Chalmers Innovation Startup Camp!

During the 10 week program you will develop your idea with the guidance of experienced business coaches and inspiration from well-known speakers. Anyone may apply, as long as you have a tech-based idea. The objective is that you after the program have validated the customer/user need, identified (built) and verified the Minimum Viable Product, and […]

Can Greenely help Swede’s reduce their utility bills?

Greenely is a Swedish startup with a vision for sustainable development of the environment. They have created a mobile application that allows you to visualize and manage the energy consumption of your home. Sound familiar? We wrote about one of their competitors nGenic recently, so the space is heating up!

Can Detectify help web developers to build more secure applications?

Detectify is a Stockholm based software company that aims to help companies and developers keep their websites and applications more secure, and ultimately, help defend them against hackers.

Saturday Swedish Startup News – August 16 Edition

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!

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Content is King – Distribution is King Kong

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 […]

Do startups really deserve more media coverage?

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, another Swedish startup taking a crack at the location discovery problem

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!

Vamos raise funds from Soundcloud and Google executives

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.

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