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Saturday Swedish Startup News – January 17 Edition

Written by on January 17, 2015

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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Cruited wants to enable people to get new jobs

The CV and cover letter are the basis of most job applications. So that’s where Cruited comes in. Cruited helps you maximize the impact of your job application by giving you a score and complete application review based on the job you’re applying for. We caught up with Erik Fors-Andrée, CEO at Cruited. Cruited helps you maximize […]

Top Swedish Startup Jobs – January 14 Edition

Sparta, Qapital, Toca Boca are just a few of the Swedish startups currently hiring. Check out the jobs here!

The struggles of being a hardware startup, meet PEOPLE PEOPLE

To kick off the new year (and because their products are just beautiful), we want to introduce you to Martin Willers, a founding partner at PEOPLE PEOPLE. Last year, they successfully funded their Transparent Speaker through crowd funding raising a whopping $170k. Tell us more about the team and its entrepreneurial background “The four of […]

Saturday Swedish Startup News – January 10 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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Swedish startups at the epicenter of Le Web 2014

Numerous are the festival-like startup conferences that have popped up around Europe in recent years. Phenomena such as Web Summit in Dublin and Slush in Helsinki gathered tens of thousands of innovators, entrepreneurs and investors earlier this fall. Last week, the 11th edition of the established for digital innovation – Le Web – took place in Paris. Swedish Startup Space was there to check it out, talk to the startups representing Sweden and learn more about the latest in the world of digital innovation.

Swedish Startup Space: 2014 Review

Well, that’s 2014 coming to a close and for the Swedish startup community, it’s been a big one. Here are the most talked about companies and the most read posts for 2014.

Mobile banking service Qapital raises $1.3M in seed investment from Northzone

The Nordic venture capital firm Northzone leads a $1.3 million seed investment in the mobile banking service Qapital. Qapital, founded and headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, will use the investment to launch their new service in the US market. Pär-Jörgen Pärson, general partner at Northzone joins Qapital’s board of directors.

Top Swedish Startup Jobs – December 31 Edition

Qapital, Toca Boca are just a few of the Swedish startups currently hiring. Check out the jobs here!

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