Here is today's curation of news from Sweden's startup and tech sector.
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- Ovulai (Stockholm, digital health coach for women with menstrual related issues and PCOS): SEK4M (€380K, $400K) from Unconventional Ventures and Wellstreet (Swedish, machine translation).
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News from Swedish startups, the tech sector and VCs
- Stockholm-based EsterCare, founded by the sisters Lydia Graflund and Helena Graflund Lagercrantz, has launched a platform where women can book digital healthcare meetings with gynaecologists, midwives and sexologists (Swedish, machine translation).
- Budbee, the Stockholm-based last-mile logistics provider, is considering positioning itself as an actual e-commerce player. The company's newly updated mobile app features a marketplace-type experience, showing products from various retailers (Swedish, no machine translation available).
- The subscription-based e-commerce platform Buyersclub.se, founded in 2015 and headquartered in Stockholm, is going public this month at the Nasdaq First North Growth Market (Swedish, machine translation).
Other interesting things from the startup/VC world & beyond
- Missed payments, rising interest rates put ‘buy now, pay later’ to the test (English / WSJ paywall, alternative URL).
Other interesting things related to Sweden
- What to know about Sweden’s new “residence permit for highly qualified persons" who want to look for work or start a business (English / The Local soft paywall, alternative URL).
- In a mostly symbolic move, Sweden bans extraction of oil, coal and gas (Swedish, machine translation).
That's it for today.