Airmee adds Jacob De Geer and Magnus Nilsson as investors in the company.

Sweden Investments 12 August 2019
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Airmee, a Stockholm, Sweden-based technology-enabled logistics company, completed a capital investment raise.

The deal was made for adding two Swedish angel investors on the ownership side, Jacob De Geer and Magnus Nilsson. They contributed with SEK 2M ($210k).

Airmee, founded in 2015 by CEO Julian Lee and Adrian Prelipcean, built a software as a service solution for optimizing transport in cities and offering smoother delivery services. The company works with more than 150 e-retailers, stores, restaurants and companies in Sweden and is yet to become profitable, at 2018 turnover of SEK 4.8M ($500k).

Prior to this, Airmee raised about $5M, last round in January 2019, from Swedish investors including Alfvén & Didrikson, Creades, Christian Ehrhardt, Johan Qviberg, Karl Erik von Bahr and Mattias Weinhandl