We’re happy to announce, that Trustpilot — the leading platform for companies to build trust with consumers has now gone public on The London Stock Exchange.
Seed Capital who was the largest shareholder in Trustpilot, was the first investor to believe in the vision and potential of what today is one of the greatest success stories in Denmark. Trustpilot is the 7th unicorn to come out of Denmark, and we are proud to have been a part of this adventure from early stage all the way to going public.
Founded in 2007 by CEO Peter Holten Mühlmann in his parent’s…
Danish technology company, Veo Technologies, which in the past year has experienced great success with their sports camera and AI technology, has raised €20 million in funding. The latest round led by Chr. Augustinus Fabrikker with participation from Seed Capital and existing Veo investors, will be used to expand into the global market and maintain the leading position in sports technology by e.g. expanding to new sports.
The company, which develops AI-driven sports cameras that record games without the need of a camera operator, has sold its product to almost 5,000 clubs in 79 countries since they opened for sales…
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Ulla Brockenhuus-Schack, managing partner at Seed Capital, has been a leading figure on the venture scene for decades and stands behind investments in e.g. Vivino, Endomondo, Trustpilot, Lunar and Templafy and several hundred others. She has a background from working at both McKinsey and Egmont.
1. You are raising DKK 1 billion. for the new Seed fund and have Dansk Vækstkapital and Augustinus Fonden among others in the back: Is the fund so big — by Danish standards — because you want to follow startups for a long time? …
Tech entrepreneurs in Denmark can look forward to new funding from tenured investment team at Seed Capital. €67 million is raised in first close with pledges from among others Chr. Augustinus Fabrikker, Dansk Vækstkapital & Preben Damgaard, with the aim of raising a total of €135 million.
Seed Capital has built a unique position in Denmark as a successful seed stage investor with a team that has backed renowned tech companies such as Trustpilot, Vivino, Templafy, Lunar and Dixa. The strong performance from previous funds has convinced limited partners to invest in the new fund.
Portfolio company Templafy, has just closed a $25 million Series C funding round led by global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners along with Seed Capital and other existing investors to accelerate its international growth.
“Now more than ever, we see the need of global enterprises to support their distributed workforce with solutions that ensure productivity and compliance when documents are created,” said Jesper Theill Eriksen, CEO of Templafy. “We set out to establish a new market category and create a high return on investment for companies streamlining their document creation workflow through our platform.”
Lunar, the Nordic challenger bank, extends its Series B round from August 2019 and raises EUR 20 million in additional funding, bringing the round as a whole to EUR 46 million.
The new investment is led by us at Seed Capital and the additional capital entails equity from Greyhound, Socii and Augustinus. David Helgason, founder of Unity Technologies, is as a new investor also part of Lunar’s latest funding.
The mobile-only bank also announces that Ole Mahrt, Monzo’s former head of product from 2015–2019, will join its board of directors.
In March 2020 Lunar launched its new bank built from…
Dixa, a SaaS startup offering a customer service platform for better and more personal customer service, has closed $36M in Series B funding. Leading the round is Notion Capital, with participation from existing investors Project A Ventures and Seed Capital. Funding will accelerate their mission to make customer service more personal, intelligent and data-driven.
Dixa was founded in Copenhagen in 2015 by four friends and is on a mission to empower brands to create great experiences for their customers and agents by giving them the ability to communicate in an easy and conversational way. …
Award-winning project management software helps medium-sized businesses collaborate, manage resources and predict future capacity needs
Copenhagen-based Forecast is announcing new funding to grow its AI-powered project management software company. London-based Crane Venture Partners led the $5.5m funding round with participation from existing investors Seed Capital and Heartcore. With the new investment, Forecast has raised $10m in total funding.
Forecast is an AI-powered project management solution that automates manual tasks, adds visibility and predictive capabilities to improve collaboration, workflow and planning. Using Forecast, customers reduce their administrative tasks by 20–40% and gain insights into project risk, resource management and more.
Danish startup Veo invented an AI camera for recording football matches and has now raised $6 million in a Series A funding round with both new and existing investors on board. Money earmarked at expanding into the US market.
Every year, millions of football games are played worldwide. Almost none of these are recorded, and therefore millions of goals and other unique football situations are not recorded — and special moments are missed. Danish startup Veo has solved this problem with a portable and affordable football camera that allows anyone, anywhere to record and analyze football matches without the need…
Nordic banking app, Lunar Way, has secured €26M in a new funding round led by Seed Capital in a syndication with Socii Capital and new investors on board, Augustinus, Anders Schrøder, CW Obel and other Business Angels. With the additional funding and a brand new banking license at hand, Lunar Way plans to accelerate the development of their new Nordic bank and the growth of Danish, Swedish and Norwegian markets.
Lunar Way, the Nordic fintech that has made it its mission to challenge the banking industry, is on the move once again. …
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