How has investor interest in each Nordic country changed over the last 2.5 years? (Members Article)

It’s no secret that investment has been rising sharply in the Nordics and as such each country is attracting significantly more capital than they were two and a half years ago.

However, as the money has increased, which countries have been the biggest beneficiaries?

Of course Swedish startups have been raising the most funding, but is the percentage of the capital they receive of Nordic investments higher than it was a couple of years ago, or are other countries catching them?

For the first time ever, we track the percentage of Nordic capital and investments each country has been the beneficiary of on a quarterly basis over the last two and a half years, in order to get a true sense of which countries are attracting additional investor interest and which are stagnating.

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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