The Malmö company behind the online service that helps you send cakes Skicka Tårta”, whom we’ve written about before, just raised 5M SEK from Industrifonden.
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Minc, a co working space in Malmö, have announced a partnership with Bootstrap Labs to facilitate Minc’s companies moving to Silicon Valley. The idea is that mentors from Bootstrap Labs will actively support the selected Minc companies with an ambition to grow globally from Silicon Valley.
UserApp.io from Skåne enter DreamIT accelerator in Texas and enter talks with VC’s
Malmö e-commerce company SkickaTårta have experience solid growth over the past few years and are now taking the company into the German and Polish markets.
Anders caught up with Linus Olsson of Heml.is for a quick update on how things are going for the private messaging service.
James spoke with Robin Orheden, a Lund-based developer who is behind UserApp – a new SaaS tool to help developers integrate user management into applications.
Anders spoke to Peter Arneryd who are manufacturing jeans in Malmö.
James spoke with Pierre Orsander, a Malmö-based entrepreneur who we’ve actually written about a number of times. Today he’s launching Worki – a weekend project to help people more easily find relevant jobs.
Three years after buying computer vision-company Polar Rose, Apple has acquired another start-up from southern Sweden. Today, it’s been announced that Apple has bought AlgoTrim, a company specialized in compression algorithms for mobile phones.
James spoke with Finnur Sverrisson, CEO and co-founder of Qnekt – a conference app that just raised money from Hampus Jakobsson and John Lenander – both formerly of TAT.
inRiver – a Malmö based company that does Product Information Management have picked up 20 million SEK in funding from Industrifonden and former Qliktech exec Magnus Lindhe.
Today I’m speaking with Fredrik Johansson – an entrepreneur from Malmö and one of Sweden’s top internet marketers. He is involved in a number of different projects, including TopVisible – an SEO firm that does both consulting and software.
James caught up with two Swedish entrepreneurs who have been through the acquisition process – Johan Attby and Hampus Jakobsson
Oresund Startups posted a great interview yesterday with Martin Walfisz – who is the CEO of Malmö-based gaming startup Planeto. Planeto are the company behind popular games such as Quizboard and and Quiz.TV.
Malmö-based SEO firm TopVisible have taken in funding to expand their business. We’re unable to reveal exactly who has invested in the company but we do know that the figure is over 1,000,000 EUR and comes from private sources.
James spoke with Erik Starck – somewhat of a startup-veteran I guess you could say. Erik has been heavily involved in the Swedish startup scene and has spearheaded numerous initiatives designed to help foster entrepreneurship and startup-culture in Sweden.
Foap – the photo-marketplace based in Malmö have just announced that they are partnering up with Puma – for a global ‘photo mission’.
James spoke with Olle – one of the co-founders of Mazily – a dating site aimed at connecting people interested in various forms of culture (music, art, theatre). Very interesting service, and I think niched dating services are going to explode at some point.
Bitcard is a new service out of Malmö who are attempted to solve the digital business-cards problem, once and for all.
Today we’re talking with Hampus Jakobsson, a serial entrepreneur based in Malmö who has recently founded Dexplora – a company that will develop tools for sales people. Previously, Hampus sold his company TAT to Blackberry for $150million.