With a proactive, hands-on approach that includes operational support as well as financial investment, Wellstreet has quickly established itself as an important player in the Nordic tech scene and beyond. Our successful exits to date include digital electricity supplier Tibber, live video shopping platform Bambuser, regtech companies Checkin.com and Scrive.
Fintech startup Waytobill secures MSEK 5.5 investment to pioneer recurring payments
Payment solution fintech company Waytobill has raised a MSEK 5.5 investment round led by Wellstreet, alongside seasoned angel investors such as Nordic Angel investor Micael Holmström.
Backed by Wellstreet, Enable Banking secures open banking high profile Sarah Häger
Finnish Fintech Startup, Enable Banking, discloses a round of €600,000 led by Wellstreet and attracts the strong open banking profile Sarah Häger, now leaving Nordea after 15 years.
Wellstreet Invests in DTC Brand Sisterly Tribe To Accelerate Global Growth
With HQ at Wellstreet & Friends, the company has raised SEK 4.5 million from Wellstreet and serial entrepreneur Alexander Hars
A new phase for Gamifiera with an investment round
The 11.5 MSEK seed round is led by Quiq Holding and Wellstreet
Wellstreet invests in Esgaia – The Platform for Sustainable Investments
Esgaia launches platform for sustainable investments backed by Wellstreet Fintech Fund I
Wellstreet invests in Aura Banking Cloud – the next generation banking platform
Aura has built the next generation banking platform - Now the company takes in 7 million from Wellstreet and Almi Invest
Filip Tysander and Wellstreet welcome Brink - the uncrashable e-commerce platform
Swedish start-up Brink raises $1M to its uncrashable e-commerce platform for the world’s fastest hyper-growth companies – backed by Daniel Wellington-founder and Wellstreet
Wellstreet Ventures Fund invests in insurtech startup Pensure
The Stockholm-based startup Pensure has developed a digital platform where companies can easily subscribe and manage their occupational pensions. In connection with its launch, Pensure now takes in SEK 5.6 million from the existing owners and Wellstreet Ventures Fund I.