Last Thursday, web entrepreneur Anton Johansson launched Alltid. It’s a new kind of electricity retailing service, with a simple concept: you pay a fixed amount every month with no extra fuss. The team behind Swedish Startup Space got together and wrote a column on this topic and how the consumers will use this.
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If you are prepared to hop into a train, it only takes 38 minutes (to be exact!) to get from Stockhom to Uppsala. Enter Katalin, a classic music venue where a lot of great artists have played over the years. Yesterday it was the scene for Uppstart. This was Uppsalas first event by Jason Dainter, the UK entrepreneur who have fallen in love with the city of Uppsala.
So you’re starting a business and don’t feel ready to rumble with the angels and VCs yet? Don’t worry, there are many other sources of early funding. This is the second post on soft funding in Sweden.
So you’re starting a business and don’t feel ready to rumble with the angels and VCs yet? Don’t worry, there are many other sources of early funding. This is the first post of two on soft funding in Sweden.
What is public relations and how does it work? What should tech startups be doing to get noticed in the media? What’s the secret to getting noticed beyond the tech world? Isabelle Kåge, PR-consultant at Rita Platzer Public Relations, gives a crash course in PR for tech startups.
Should Swedish startups conduct their internal and externals communications in English or Swedish? What affect does this have on customer adoption in local markets and on global strategy?
Tribes and startups share a lot in common. They are often both driven by passion, as well as a desire to challenge the status quo. Elia talks about how they make a perfect match.
Startitup is a online summer-course on how to start an Internet company. Every week (for 10 weeks) you’ll receive an email with a concrete set of tasks to complete. In addition, you’ll receive inspiration, tips and ideas on how to progress your concept.
Daniel interviews Dan Nilsson – one of Sweden’s top e-commerce experts – having founded E-handel.se, Roliga Prylar and Fyndiq.
I caught up with Jonas Bonde – founder of Prisjakt to hear about his journey and what is next for him.
There are many ways to get attention without having to put to much effort behind it, besides having a great product. One way is to nominate your company to start-up awards.
For the second year running, Eric Wahlforss, co-founder of SoundCloud and Henrik Berggren, co-founder of Readmill are happy to announce applications are open for the Wahlforss Berggren Internet Entrepreneur Scholarship!
Bitsquid: a high-end game engine focusing on performance, flexibility and productivity.
Email is still one of the strongest communication channels – make sure to get out the best of it and decrease the amount of people unsubscribing.
I kept seeing this ‘Creativoly’ word around Twitter this morning, and I was happy to discover that it was a bunch of Swedes behind the project. I caught up with Niklas, one of the team to find out more.
Wednesday… It’s going down! Stockholm’s hottest startups are coming together in the name of ping-pong!
A Startup Store – the ‘showroom for startups’ in central Stockholm will be open for a sneak peek on Monday.
Tictail took a major step forward today by announcing they are officially launching their App Store.
I caught up with Linda Hörnfeldt to talk about her new PR agency Pingvin. Read on!
Startup Day – one of the biggest events on the Swedish startup calendar was held last Saturday – with a massive crowd in attendance. As always, there were many great speakers and plenty of lessons to take away. Here are some of my favorites: