Knodd secured $600k in investment from Add Health Media and angel investors.

Sweden Investments 10 July 2019
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Knodd, a Gothenburg, Sweden-based company operating a mobile app that makes it easy to find and setup a doctor consultation for kids, announced in a press release that it completed a SEK 5.5M ($600k) capital investment round.

The funding was provided by a range of Swedish investors including Add Health Media, Lukas Brisman and Daniel Stensiö.

Knodd, founded in 2018 by Pontus Johansson, Josefine Svegborn and Jakob Hedlund (CEO), built a digital service focued that helps parents setup easy doctor consultations. The service was launched in November 2018.