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The Nordic Web Weekly - Issue #242

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Supporting and strengthening the Nordic ecosystem through investment and analysis, The Nordic Web inv
 

The Nordic Web Weekly

October 12 · Issue #242 · View online
A weekly curation of the latest investments, exits and stories from the Nordic startup ecosystem compiled by The Nordic Web.

Supporting and strengthening the Nordic ecosystem through investment and analysis, The Nordic Web invests first money into the most ambitious founders and startups from the region.

🔈 Announcements 🔈
2018 has been a huge year for European tech, and we’d like your help telling its story. In December 2018, Atomico, in partnership with Slush and Orrick, are publishing their annual State of European Tech report, the most comprehensive deep-dive into the local tech scene and the issues that impact it the most – from talent and capital, regulation and the rise of deep tech. A core part of the report is a survey of entrepreneurs, investors and people across Europe’s many start-up hubs. 
Please click here to fill in the short survey and have your say. It should take no more than 8 minutes.
Slush 2018 will be giving away free conference tickets to five people who complete the survey before October 19th. 

🇩🇰 This week in Denmark 🇩🇰
Netlify raises $30M to replace webservers with a global ‘Application Delivery Network’
Spektral sold to Apple for $30 million
Airtame launches new product, Airtame 2

🇫🇮 This week in Finland 🇫🇮
immersive VR startup Varjo raises $31 million Series B round from Atomico, Next47 and others
Kamu was acquired by Epic Games

🇳🇴 This week in Norway 🇳🇴
Kahoot! has raised another $15 million, this time at a $300M valuation
Coupler has raised 5MNOK
Fantasy Music Manager has raised angel investment
Flourishing among the fjords: Norway’s dynamic startup scene

🇸🇪 This week in Sweden 🇸🇪
Truecaller raises another 50MSEK
Flattered has raised 15MSEK
Cartana secures $1M for a tech platform understanding the brain and its diseases
Mavenoid has raised VC from Creandum and more
Inkonova adds capital investment from Japanese drone maker Terra Drone
Stockholm is looking to ban electric scooters ahead of Lime launch
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