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Several Founders Loft companies listed in Breakit as Sweden's hottest up-and-comers 2024!

Breakit recently published a list of the most promising young Swedish tech companies in 2024, where a total of four Founders Loft companies have been listed! The list is based on companies housed in incubators across Sweden, and the magazine notes that they have conducted an in-depth analysis to unearth the gems from north to south.

More about the Founders Loft companies that made it into the survey;

About Salus mea

Salus mea is developing an open, individually tailored, future-proof communication platform for security services. To enhance security and collaboration for good care and close healthcare for an international market.

The company develops innovation in collaboration with municipalities, where the staff's solid knowledge of both operations and care recipients contributes to the functionality and relevance of the service.

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About Jolint 

Jolint assists organizations in creating more inclusive and diverse workplaces. Their data-driven platform uses advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms to track and measure the effectiveness of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives.

Jolint believes that DEI is not just a buzzword or a checkbox to be ticked, but a critical business priority that can drive positive change and unlock new opportunities for growth and innovation. By using Jolint's automated platform, companies gain real-time insights into the state of inclusion and belonging within their organizations. This enables them to track progress and measure the impact of DEI initiatives.

The platform will be a game-changer for companies looking to build more inclusive cultures, providing them with the tools and insights needed to drive positive change and create more diverse and inclusive workplaces where all employees can thrive.

About Rivus Batteries

Rivus develops aqueous organic electrolytes for flow batteries. Instead of filling flow batteries with salts of heavy metals, such as vanadium imported for example from China and Russia, the batteries are filled with organic materials that can be easily synthesized from standard bulk chemicals that are available in unlimited quantities. Rivus was founded in 2019 as a spin-off from Chalmers University of Technology and uses technology that was further developed during research at the University of Turku and the Technical University of Denmark.

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More about Sunsurf Solar will be provided in an upcoming feature article, as this company has recently been admitted to Founders Loft in co-incubation with Innovatum Science Park.


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