Sting

When there are successful concepts, you should take advantage of them. Therefore, Sting Bioeconomy has chosen a close collaboration with Sting, the Nordic region’s leading accelerator and incubator. Since 2002, Sting has worked with over 280 companies, 70 per cent of which are still active and growing. Every year they assess about 400 startups applying for their programmes, but less than 10 per cent are admitted.

Admitted companies include:  YubicoVideoplazaVolumentalSellpyDreams och Karma.

Through our cooperation with Sting, our companies have access to several of Sting’s offers and the competence in the organization.

Coaching

Sting provides you with a personal coach who has an entrepreneurial background. The coaches have all built successful companies, engaged investors, and sold companies. In addition, several of the coaches are active investors themselves.

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Fundraising

Sting helps you create the best conditions for fundraising. Several of Sting’s coaches have a background as venture capitalists and private investors, and have supported the vast majority of the 280+ Sting companies in their fundraising efforts.

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Recruitment

Sting’s creative talent management coach specializes in startups, supporting and being involved in over 100 recruitments to Sting companies every year.

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Networks and community

After admission to Sting, you’ll have access to a very large network of business contacts, both Swedish and international, built up by Sting since 2002.

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Marketing, pr and communication

Using smart and effective marketing, you can provide information about your company and your product early on to generate demand and leads. Sting has two coaches who are communication experts. For many years, they have built up personal relations with Swedish tech media and relevant journalists.

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