George André visited the LeWeb conference in Paris and sat down with around 15 Swedish startups who were in attendance.
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We wrote about Swedish ad-tech startup Bannerflow a few months back – at the time they were preparing for their US launch. For those who haven’t heard of Bannerflow, essentially it’s a cloud-based banner management tool. It lets creatives create, manage and track their banner campaigns, and the company claim it reduces time spend on banners by 95%.
James spoke with Daniel Fahlén of Bannerflow – a company that has built an application that allows for easy and quick banner production. They will turn over 10million SEK this year and are also going to move to the US.
James spoke with Christoffer Wallin who is the co-founder of Jamclouds – a collaborative music production service that allows musicians to record music together.
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.
HowDo – the micro-guides startups originally founded in Sweden have announced their web-view today.
I caught up with David – CMO and co-founder of Vamos – an event discovery app started by a bunch of Swedes in Berlin
Gustaf Alströmer is one of our favorite ‘Swedes Abroad’ – currently a product guy at Airbnb. We caught up for a brief chat.