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Saturday Swedish Startup News – May 9 Edition

Written by on May 9, 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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Story app Plotagon just landed a round of 23 MSEK for international expansion

Stockholm company Plotagon, the startup who signed the deal with Marvel-legend Stan Lee, just announced the completion of a fully- subscribed private placement offering for a total of approx. USD 3 million. Investors are reported to be both Swedish and international investors. The round will be used for the development and promotion of the Plotagon app. The company […]

Schibsted places an offer to acquire online real estate company Hemnet

Schibsted Media Group has placed a conditional offer to acquire the Swedish online real estate vertical Hemnet. The offer is for the entire company, which is owned by Swedbank Fastighetsbyrå, Mäklarsamfundet, Fastighetsmäklarförbundet FMF and Svensk Fastighetsförmedling. The offer is part of Schibsted’s long term strategy to modernize the market for online real estate advertisements in close cooperation with Swedish realtors.

Top Swedish Startup Jobs – May 6 Edition

Jobylon, Sparta, Gears of Leo, Qapital are just a few of the Swedish startups currently hiring. Check out the jobs here!

Saturday Swedish Startup News – May 2 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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Universal Avenue – The Next Nordic Unicorn?

The company recruits talented ‘brand ambassadors’ (sales people) from across the world and along with the hands on training they provide, those brand ambassadors are empowered with Universal Avenues product, a mobile app currently on iphone and android.

A premium T-shirt with a revolutionary sizing concept, straight from factory to consumer.

ASKET has taken to Kickstarter to raise the €10,000 they need to turn their vision into a reality and meet the minimum order requirement of 1,000 T-shirts. That money will cover everything – from materials to production and logistics, with every cent helping them to keep their €30 promise.

Lendify set to challenge Swedish banks with a new peer-to-peer lending service

Lendify claims to be the first real P2P-lending platform on the Swedish market. With €2 million in new equity funding the company now begins its quest to transform the Swedish loan market.

Top Swedish Startup Jobs – April 8 Edition

Jobylon, Sparta, Gears of Leo, Qapital are just a few of the Swedish startups currently hiring. Check out the jobs here!

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