Smartster raises SEK 6.3M from a range of a local investors.

Norway Sweden Investments 12 July 2017
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Smartster, a Borås, Sweden-based company providing a marketplace for discounts and commercial offers, announced rasing a new investment round totalling SEK 6.3M ($760k).

The money comes from existing investors as well as from new ones, including Thomas Berglund, Trond Riiber Knudsen, Sanna Svensson or Dag Klerfelt.

Smartster, founded in 2013 and led by CEO Andreas Swahn, has developed a marketplace that aggregates offers and discounts from online and offline commerce outlets.

The company is live in 45 countries and has more than 4.5 million deals and 16 000 brands in 680 retail chains with both physical stores and online stores in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and the United States.

Prior to this transaction, in 2016 Smartster raised SEK 5M ($580k) from investors including CBC Investment, GU Ventures or Lindia Invest.