Or very own James had the pleasure of contributing a guest post to the latest edition of Hot Topics – featuring articles by Hjalmar Winbladh, Jacob de Geer, Carl Waldekranz, and Niklas Agevik among others.
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James spoke with Anton Janér, a Stockholm-based entrepreneur who is a part of Abios Gaming – a company that are building a ‘new way to keep up to date with competitive gaming’.
Every Sunday we bring you Swedish startups that have made international press during the week. This week, FundedByMe, Stockholm’s tech scene and Candy Crush’s crazy growth.
Creandum, one of the leading VC firms in the Nordics are currently looking for a new Associate and Investment Manager. James caught up with General Partner Johan Brenner for a chat about what they look for in candidates.
Stockholm IT Region recently published an article outlining some of the recent investments made in Stockholm tech companies. It’s truly exciting to see so many investments coming from outside Sweden.
Magine – the cloud-based TV service that describes itself as ‘TV as it should be’ have just announced they have raised a Series A round of $19m from a group of both Swedish and international investors.
Sting are launching FastForward – an incubator program which will bring 7 of Stockholm’s most promising internet startups together for 4 months – with a goal of building a sustainable and scalable global business.
Today James is talking to Johan Hägglund who is the CEO of a startup called Digiexam – who have built a digital-examination system that is currently being used at several schools.
Today I’m speaking with Anton – one of the guys from Monterosa, which is a mobile-development agency which has worked with clients such as Red Bull, Systembolaget and Google.
Web Summit Dublin is a conference with the world’s top VC’s and tech-people in attendance. They are looking for hot Swedish startups to attend, so read on for some more information and a link to apply.
Michael “Micke” Kazarnowicz gives us his thoughts on Swedish life-logging startup Memoto.
Dramatify is a digital service that aims to help the TV industry by simplifying and streamlining scripts and call sheets. The company just announced they’ve received 550,000 SEK in soft-funding.
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.
Björn Fant – one of the co-founders of Osom tells us the story of how the company got started
James spoke with Johan – co-founder of Revibe – a music streaming service specifically focused on electronic dance music.
Today James is talking with Simone Giertz who is the Founder of Gyraphics – a marketplace for affordable and quick graphic-design jobs. Simone has just started the company, and is looking for a tech co-founder.
Around a month ago, Vamos held a meet up at Kristall. With over 300 people attending, it was a great success. Well, David and the Vamos team are at it again – this time holding the meetup at the bigger Collage venue.
Today I’m talking with Jonatan Littke, of Lookback.io – a new tool to help iOS developers collect information on how their users are interacting with the app. They have already signed up Spotify, iZettle, Wrapp & Toca Boca – and they have just launched into private beta.
Micael Widell from Fyndiq walks us through his “path to entrepreneurship”.
Today I’m talking with Alicja Chlebna, CEO and co-founder of Groomingbox.com – a men’s lifestyle subscription service out of Stockholm.