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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An Analysis of Nordic Enterprise SaaS Investments

An Analysis of Nordic Enterprise SaaS Investments

In the last of sector specific funding analyses, we focus on Enterprise SaaS, the vertical that secured the most investments in 2016. After FinTech momentarily stole its crown in 2015, Enterprise SaaS startups were back with a vengeance last year, with 93 investments totalling $343.35 million. Other than a fairly quiet […]

An Analysis of Nordic FinTech Investments

An Analysis of Nordic FinTech Investments

Next up in our series of vertical investment analyses is FinTech, a sector that has demanded to be considered one of the Nordic’s most important verticals in the last 12-18 months due to the sheer number of investments it has been seeing. These investments grew slowly but surely throughout 2016 […]

An Analysis of Nordic Gaming Investments

An Analysis of Nordic Gaming Investments

After our Health and Wellness Investment Analysis last week, today we turn our attentions to another staple of the Nordic startup scene, gaming. Although the Nordics are home to some of the best gaming companies globally, it’s still not an area that sees as many investments as other sectors as […]

An increase in early-stage investments is helping Norway become the fastest-growing ecosystem in the Nordics

An increase in early-stage investments is helping Norway become the fastest-growing ecosystem in the Nordics

Editor: This is a sponsored article, which means it’s independently written by our editorial team but financially supported by another organisation, in this case, Innovation Norway.   2016 was another record-breaking year for investment in the Nordics, as all of the major ecosystems continued to attract increased interest and capital. […]