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The Nordic Web Weekly - Issue #280

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

The Nordic Web Weekly

July 12 · Issue #280 · 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

🇩🇰 This week in Denmark 🇩🇰
Digital marketing assistant for restaurants ‘Tilde’ has raised 2.4MDKK
Just Eat buys City Pantry for £16 million to enter the corporate catering market

🇫🇮 This week in Finland 🇫🇮
Hardware startup IQM raises more than €11 million to take quantum computing to the next level raises $2 million in seed funding to blur the lines between reality and gaming

🇮🇸 This week in Iceland 🇮🇸
Aldin announces Waltz of the Wizard: Extended Edition
Insider view: Iceland, in the perfect spot halfway between Europe and the US
Raising €700K through a funding platform: an interview with Lava Cheese cofounder Guðmundur Páll Líndal

🇳🇴 This week in Norway 🇳🇴
TAG Sensors has raised 2M euros from a Singapore-based PE fund
Medallia sets terms for IPO to value the enterprise software company at $2.2 billion
‘e-commercializing’ solar power: How startup Otovo is eyeing growth in fragmented EU market

🇸🇪 This week in Sweden 🇸🇪
GetAccept’s workflow & e-signature platform for sales secures $7M Series A
Semiconductor startup Ascatron raised 3.5M euros from China
e-commerce platform Tipser has raised 32MSEK
SEB and SAS are co-investing 26MSEK in Combient mix to build a leading AI hub for Nordic industries
Adaptive Simulations secures €2.4 million for its wind flow simulation software
Buddy raised 9MSEK for their dog-food subscription service
Healthtech startup Knodd has raised 5.5MSEK
Visualisation startup Interspectral raises 5MSEK
Digitail raises 220,000 euros to bring veterinary practices up to digital speed
Mendi developing “the world’s first brain enhancement device for home use” raised from Almi Invest and Propel Capital
Tengai, the AI interview robot developed by Furhat Robotics is to spinout

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