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Apica is majority-owned by its founders, key staff and three of Sweden’s most well-known venture capital companies. Apica was founded in 2005 by key staff, all with extensive knowledge and experience in IT and internet security, load testing/web performance and entrepreneurship. Since 2007, Apica has brought in three leading and prestigious Nordic venture capital companies as investors, in order to fund the expansion of the company:
SEB Venture Capital
SEB Venture Capital was founded in 1995 and is part of the SEB Group. SEB VC creates opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to build and develop successful companies. Our goal is sustainable, longterm value creation. With a capital base of SEK 2.5 bn, SEB VC invests directly in private companies in various sectors and development stages.
We are an active owner and provide valuable resources in the form of capital, competence and contacts. Over 100 investments have been done since inception. More about SEB Venture Capital
ALMI Invest is a venture capital company which invests in Swedish companies with exciting, scalable business models and motivated entrepreneurs. ALMI Invest consists of seven regionally-based venture capital funds, all with local offices and experienced local investment managers. ALMI Invest manages a total of SEK 1 billion. Mikael Karlsson is the Investment Manager at ALMI Invest. ALMI Invest invested in Apica in 2010. More about ALMI Invest
KTH Chalmers is a venture capital fund that assists exceptional entrepreneurs with interesting technologies and attractive business models who are in the early phases of their company development. The fund has 30 MEUR under management. KTH Chalmers Capital currently has 10 portfolio companies. Investors are SEB Företagsinvest, Industrifonden and the Wallenberg family’s W Capital Management. Owners of the management company are the three partners, Jakob Svärdström, Jonas Rahmn and Joachim Karlsson, but also KTH, Chalmers and Innovationsbron have an ownership interest in the management company. KTH Chalmers Capital invested in Apica in 2007. More about KTH Chalmers Capital.
Industrifonden is an evergreen venture capital investor focusing on early stage tech and life science companies with international potential. Based in Sweden, Industrifonden is an active partner to companies with ground-breaking ideas and capacity to grow. More about Industrifonden