Lund-based company Exensor, which develops ground sensor systems for military applications, has been sold to the French company Bertin Technologies.
Pacemaker, a Swedish company that has developed an app for DJs, raised $8.5 million from investors such as Spintop Ventures, Solang Invest, and Victor & Victor in a recent financing round.
Karma, a social enterprise dedicated to reducing food waste in the cafe and restaurant industry, has reportedly raised between €3-4 million in a new investment round.
The Swedish app Tiptapp allows you to quickly contact someone to pick up all the garbage you have at home and can’t get rid of. Now the Stockholm-based company has taken in another €2 million in financing, after raising €1 million last year.
Swedish fashionable headphone company Happy Plugs has raised €6 million from Scope. The company will use the capital to grow and strengthen its position in its existing markets.
In a guest post (the last of three), Accel Partners’ Sonali De Rycker puts the spotlight on ‘the Nordic way’ of building global tech companies, through interviews.
Swedish healthtech company Ivbar has received €5.1 million from the Nordic fund Total Equity.