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The most interesting investment deals of the 2020 fall.

There's less than 50 days till the end of 2020 and the pace of investments in the Nordic countries seems to have slowed down.

We took a step back and looked at what happened since the summer holidays - we have tracked almost 300 deals since then.

We selected 30 of the most interesting, with upside potential ones and profiled them in a report. Also, don't forget to consult the largest 20 investment deals of the 2020 fall, which has an equal number of Finnish and Swedish transactions, a bit unusual for the Nordic ecosystem.

The report detailing the most interesting deals of the fall of 2020 includes 9 Danish startups, 8 from Sweden, 7 from Norway, and 3 each from Finland and Iceland is available here.

 

1.

G:Loot secures $56 million from Robur, CNI and Inbox Capital.

G:Loot, founded in 2014 as Gumbler and led by CEO Patrik Nybladh, developed a platform that lets gamers compete and win real money against friends and random opponents.


2.

Solar Foods announced raising €18.5M in a round led by Fazer Group

Solar Foods, founded in in 2017 by Juha-Pekka Pitkänen and Pasi Vainikka (CEO), is building a business around producing food by using air-captured CO2 in a complete and continuous mode, including the preparation of the actual final food products.


3.

Controlant completes a $15 million Series B funding round.

Controlant, founded in 2007 and led by CEO Gísli Herjólfsson, aims to ensure consumer safety and decrease waste by digitally connecting the end-to-end supply chain.

 

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