Neil S W Murray founded The Nordic Web in 2014 in order to provide the Nordics with the quality coverage it deserves. As well as being Founding Editor of The Nordic Web, Neil is also an active community builder in the region, participating in a number of initiatives, and has previously worked for Tech.eu.

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The Q3 2017 Finnish Funding Analysis

The Q3 2017 Finnish Funding Analysis

Finland remain well on course for a stronger 2017 than 2016 with another credible three months of investment announcements despite the Nordic summer. In Q3, Finnish startups saw a total of 29 private VC tech investments totalling $140.3 million. With Q4 traditionally strong for Finland due to Finnish startups readying […]

Analysis: October’s Investments

Analysis: October’s Investments

After what can only be described (compared to recent times at least) as a mediocre year for investment in the Nordics, October needed to deliver in order to help prevent a potential down-year. However, unfortunately it wasn’t a spectacular month, with 53 investments totalling $189.1 million recorded, with the recent […]

The Q3 2017 Danish Funding Analysis

The Q3 2017 Danish Funding Analysis

While Q3 was a fairly slow one for funding across the region, the quietness was particularly felt in Denmark, with the last three months seeing just 21 venture investments into Danish startups totalling $40 million. A quick note on methodology before we begin: * We only record private minority venture (equity […]

Analysis: September’s Investments

Analysis: September’s Investments

As the last month of Q3, September carried a sense of responsibility on its shoulders to ensure that Q3 wasn’t one of the slowest quarters for investment in over a year. In fairness, although Q3 ultimately ended up on the low side, September itself performed reasonably strongly, with 64 investments […]

The Q3 2017 Nordic Funding Analysis

The Q3 2017 Nordic Funding Analysis

We had long been warning of a slow Q3, however, after a pick-up in pace at the end of August it looked like we were wrong to have been so cautious. Ultimately though, our initial projections were not far off, as Q3 2017 ended up being the quietest quarter for […]