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NewsHubby is one of the latest entrants into PR-Tech space, founded by Alexandra Bylund, a Malmö-based entrepreneur who previously co-founded photo-sharing community Foap. Whilst plenty of companies are focused on distribution, NewsHubby tell me they’re focusing more on the content creation itself, helping companies optimise how they write press releases, and learn from the performance of those press releases.

Written by on July 25

Kittat, a consignment service for children’s clothing has announced that they have taken 300,000 SEK from Vinnova to grow their start-up based in Stockholm. The concept behind consignment is essentially a two-sided marketplace (for example like ebay) but rather than letting users sell items directly, the company takes those items in batches, does all the work photographing and merchandising them, and then sells them on the users behalf.

Written by on July 24

Startup – [stAHrt-uhp] (noun): “a new organization or business venture.” Short, simple, and utterly ambiguous. Courtesy of Wiktionary. Fortunately, the Urban Dictionary expounds on this unsatisfactory brevity with: “A recently formed company. In modern terminology, it has come to describe a company formed with a business model relying on the internet.” Better, but it’s just not definitive enough. Paul […]

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Although being at the core of the Swedish startup community I find myself learning about my friends companies from Swedish Startup Space before anywhere else. It’s quickly become the Glue that keeps the community together

Carl Waldekranz, CEO at Tictail

We see more and more world-class companies coming out of the Nordics, and Swedish Startup Space helps us meet them early on

Harry Briggs, Venture Capitalist at Balderton Capital

Creandum are great believers in the power of strong ecosystems and Swedish Startup Space is a great initiative to further strengthen the Swedish startup ecosystem

Staffan Helgesson, General Partner at Creandum

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