13 Oct Last few days to invest in the Seafire IPO

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This is the last week to subscribe for shares in the IPO of Seafire, which buys and develops unlisted companies. The subscription period ends on Friday at 15.30 EEST. Please note that the IPO is only available in Sweden and Finland.
Have you already had a look at our UK cases MyLocumChoice and Fuudel? Fuudel’s funding round just opened last week at 47% raised. Both companies qualify for SEIS tax relief for UK investors.
Congratulations to the successful closers Sharpfin, Yepzon and Tubecon! Sharpfin’s successful round paves the way for Invesdor’s Swedish expansion as our first succesful Swedish case while Yepzon became the second biggest non-IPO on Invesdor to date.
Online training software provider TWID is organising a new webinar after the first highly successful one: register here. TWID’s funding round has already passed its success threshold and is closing in five days.
Best regards,
Lasse Mäkelä, CEO
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Seafire AB IPO on NGM Nordic MTF Sweden

Seafire AB’s NGM Nordic MTF initial public offering. 02 October–13 October 2017

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Sweden IPO Finance
TWID: Monthly recurring revenue growth 346% in three years

TWID is the leading online training software in Finland. Our annually recurring revenue is currently 327.000 euros per year. When it comes to growth, we aim high. Next up are the rest of Scandinavia, the Netherlands and Russia.

  • MRR is currently 27,265 euros
  • Customers include e.g. Mika D. Rubanovitsch, Academy of Brain, Lääkärikeskus Aava, The Club Company (UK) and Jana Stewart (USA)
  • Experienced founding and management team with experience in exits, scaling and international sales
5 Days left
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223.316 EUR 200.000 EUR 600.000 EUR
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Finland Early IT and Telecommunications
My Locum Choice- Revolutionising UK healthcare

My Locum Choice are looking to disrupt UK Healthcare by creating a self-serve online platform and app that will remove the reliance upon agencies and drastically improve the processes to source temporary workers, as proven with their Pharmacy MVP.

  • Qualified for SEIS tax relief
  • MVP attracted over 1,400 pharmacies and 1,300 locums
  • Platform can be extended to other health industry sectors
5 Days left
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84.263 GBP 99.998 GBP 199.995 GBP
Invested Minimum Maximum
United Kingdom Seed Technology
Sanoste – active ageing and a better life

Elderly care is in crisis and elderly people feel lonely. Sanoste attempts to resolve this problem in our society. With our digital platform, we provide rehabilitating and recreational virtual services and enrich the everyday life of the elderly.

  • Platform that brings together scattered networks of service providers, customers and elderly.
  • Virtual services supporting the everyday life of the elderly is a new and growing market.
  • Similar service concept does not currently exist anywhere on the market.
13 Days left
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91.887 EUR 72.500 EUR 507.500 EUR
Invested Minimum Maximum
Finland Early Technology
LiveSYNC™ – Present & collaborate in VR

Capturing places and events in 360° video and experiencing them in virtual reality (VR) is taking the world by storm. Finwe’s LiveSYNC™ software is on the path to becoming the new industry standard for working in VR.

  • Finwe is a spin-off company from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and focused on 360/VR video for five years.
  • Product already sold to 11 countries on 5 continents
  • Finwe’s 2016 revenue were approx. 650K€
20 Days left
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72.070 EUR 200.000 EUR 600.000 EUR
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Finland Growth IT and Telecommunications
Fuudel – the restaurant & takeaway automation platform

Seamlessly connecting food operators to consumers and on demand services through our disruptive technology. Fuudel’s platform goes beyond online ordering, providing innovative, cutting edge tools and services that allow food businesses to thrive.

  • The fast food sector is an immense market, accounting for £32.1+ billion per year of trade in the UK alone
  • Seamlessly connects food operators to consumers and on demand services
  • SEIS and EIS qualified for UK investors
35 Days left
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69.850 GBP 150.000 GBP 500.000 GBP
Invested Minimum Maximum
United Kingdom Seed Technology

Showcased pitches

Learning Intelligence Group – Coming soon
LIG is a leading Nordic edtech business development group, that grows companies into global leaders. Investment in edtech will reach $252bn globally by 2020 while only 2% of the education market is digitalised, and we want to cement our leadership.
Coming soon!
Finland Early Education
Bookwell Digital – Coming soon
Bookwell Digital has created a totally new way of manufacturing books that utilizes the latest technology and digital tools. This new solution revolutionises the whole industry and offers significant benefits to publishers.
Coming soon!
Finland Growth Media and Creative services

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