Industrifonden

We invest in tomorrow’s great companies within the technology and life science sectors. Above all, we back great teams with visions and insights, combined with an ability to execute at speed. We look for breakthrough innovation and unrivaled drive, and we like people who believe building transformational businesses is their destiny.

We invest broadly in business and consumer technology as well as industrial technology. The companies we invest in are beyond the beta or prototype phase and show traction. We always invest with venture discipline, but we are willing to take big bets when we see tremendous potential to build iconic businesses. Wherever we can make a big impact, we help out. This can be anything ranging from advising how to ramp up a tech organization to seeking out new key hires or making introductions to potential business partners. 

We invest in highly innovative companies with global potential. Although we cover the entire life science spectrum, our current focus lies on pharmaceuticals/biotech, medical devices, and digital health. We look for investment opportunities where there is a great unmet medical need as well as a willingness to pay for new innovation. We often syndicate with international investors and act as Nordic lead. 

Type
Investor
HQ
Norrmalm, SE
Founded
1979
Industrifonden was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Norrmalm, SE

Key People/Management at Industrifonden

Anders Slettengren

Anders Slettengren

CEO
Tomas Nygren

Tomas Nygren

CFO
John Sjolander

John Sjolander

Venture Partner
Lennart Hansson

Lennart Hansson

Senior Advisor

Industrifonden Office Locations

Industrifonden has an office in Norrmalm
Norrmalm, SE (HQ)
11 Vasagatan

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Funnel reels in $10 mln Series B

Stockholm-based Funnel, which allows companies to automate their online marketing data, has secured $10 million in Series A funding. The investors were Balderton Capital, Industrifonden and Zobito.

Solar tech startup Sol Voltaics raises $21.3 million to boost its commercialisation

Swedish solar energy startup Sol Voltaics has raised $21.3 million in funding for its nanowire technology for solar panels. The investment comes from Watrium AS, Kagra Gruppen AS, Industrifonden, FAM AB, Nano Future Invest, Blue Marlin AB, and Teknoinvest AS. The new capital will be invested in acce…

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