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25 very early stage health tech startups from the Nordics you should know about

The health sector is probably one of the more interesting category both from a perspective of an entrepreneur and of an investor.

Entrepreneurs have a huge and very interesting market to tap into, very little touched by technology both on the consumer side and on the b2b part. The Corona situation actually accentuated the attention to using tech for solving multiple problems related to the way the health system functions in the society nowadays.

Investors, on the other hand, have so many sectors and themes within the entire vertical that it takes a full time job to fully understand and discover the most interesting founders and tech ideas with the potential of making them rich.

And so we thought a little list of innovative startups putting together businesess by using technologies in the health sector may come in handy.

We screened our databases and selected more than 200 health companies that raised at least one round of money and less than 2 million USD in the past two years. Out of those, we chose a shortlist of some of the more promising, which we profiled in a nice little report.

The report is available here.


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The report includes:

  • 14 companies from Sweden
  • 4 from Denmark
  • 3 from Finland
  • 2 each from Iceland and Norway
  • short description of the company, the name of their respective investors, and their funding status


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