Entrepreneur, Viewpoint 28.02.2017
By Lars Andersen

Meet the 24 new companies in the SEED family

It has been a good year here at SEED Capital. In 2016 we welcomed 24 new companies in our portfolio of ambitious and talented companies. The pool of talent is simply getting bigger here in Denmark and we see more and more entrepreneurs with fire in their eyes and a willingness, that will take them far. 

We look for people who make things happen. People who just can’t stop what they are doing. People with an idea that can be turned into a scalable business, who can attract talent, customers and investors. Driven, ambitious entrepreneurs, who are willing to go the extra mile in return for a successful venture. When we meet entrepreneurs, who are willing to do that, we are too.

More and more talented entrepreneurs are hatched these days. The Nordic region is on the rise having created multiple significant and valuable companies like Spotify, Trustpilot, Unity, Falcon Social, Sitecore, Supercell, Zendesk, Vivino, Planday, Rovio, King and Mojang.

There are so many great initiatives out there like Rocket Labs, Startup Village, Founders House, Rainmaking Loft, TechBBQ, CPHFTW and NordicMade. They all have a positive impact on the entrepreneurial climate in the Nordic region.

We met a lot of people in 2016, which resulted in 24 new investments – 21 brand new pre-seed investments and 3 larger seed-investments! You can meet our new friends below:

Pre-seed investments in 2016

Seed investments in 2016

We are always on the lookout for new and exciting startups - if you are part of one, submit your pitch deck and let's talk.

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