Destly is an online travel club that offers discounts on hand picked hotels. The idea is to provide customers with more inspiring travel experiences at a better price. Many hotels are not fully booked constantly and the company therefore has a deal with many of these to rent out rooms at a discount during periods of lower occupancy. I sat down with the CEO and co-founder Louise Brudö, who spoke about Destly’s progression and the ups and downs of the business.
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VeggieFocus is an online community with a vision to become the “go to platform for hungry vegetarians/vegans whether they want to eat our or eat in”. In order to reach this vision, the team are focusing on building both a restaurant discovery platform – and a recipe aggregator or sorts.
Gastrofy is a new and original Gothenburg startup. The company creates a value chain between recipe sites and e-grocers. When using Gastrofy you can choose from a vast amount of recipes and create your personal food bag, which then gets delivered to your home. Lukas met with co-founders Robin Rendahl and Felix Bengtsson to discuss the origin of the idea and their journey up until today.
Four years later Burt holds their own with 21 employees and offices in both Sweden and the United States. Today they have a clear focus: helping media houses to turn their web presence into a profitable business. We met Gustav von Sydow (CEO) and Fredrik Grahn (CFO) to talk about their road to the successful business they run today, the pitfalls and the hard choices.
Shpare delivers ‘pre-qualified leads’ to exhibitors at trade shows (or conferences). The idea is that a company can spend less time with ‘time-wasters’ and more time with potential customers.
James speaks with Johan Rydberg Möller, founder of ESVerse.com – a site calling itself ‘the new home for e-sports’. We’ve written about a number of e-gaming recently, who are thinking about this space so it’s going to be interesting to see how ESVerse.com can differentiate themselves from the market.