Since Neqst’s inception in 2008, we have invested in a relatively small number of exceptional companies. Or more correctly - we’ve invested in a few exceptional entrepreneurs. Because when we look at companies, we look at their products or services, their markets, their track record, but perhaps even more so their leaders. Do they have a vision? Can they execute on it? Do they share the same long-term approach to building companies that we do? If the answer to these questions is yes, are we confident that Neqst can add value in this particular situation?
If you’re an entrepreneur, take a look at our investment mandate [here]. Do you fit in? Then get in touch with us so we can learn about you, your company, your track record and your vision – and so that you can learn more about us.
Please read about the companies we have invested in below.
Harnessing real-time geospatial information, Carmenta creates software products and solutions that optimize mission-critical operations. Users may be emergency response centers, owners of commercial maritime fleets or car companies developing autonomous driving solutions. What they all have in common is a need for geographical and situational data that is entirely accurate and actionable.Read more Read less
SEK 141 Million
Henrik Scharp, Wolfgang Kroh
CatalystOne’s software and services enable companies to lift human resource management to a strategic level. The software functionality enhances HR decision-making and ensures alignment between individual goals and business goals. Serving the Nordic small and mid-size market, CatalystOne has full focus on delivery and customer service to support these companies’ needs.Read more Read less
NOK 98 Million
Jonas Fredriksson, Tobias Edvardsson
At its inception, Digital Route provided data mediation solutions for telecom operators. Today, it is a world-class provider of data management technology, enabling digital transformations for customers across industries. Consistent throughout Digital Route's history is the ability to handle enormous amounts of data to ensure that customers get the right data to the right systems at the right time.Read more Read less
SEK 346 Million
Wolfgang Kroh, Erik Fröberg, Henrik Scharp
HDR was built up as a Nordic-based media company offering comprehensive production and streaming services. Neqst invested in HDR in 2012. In the following years, we worked extensively with the company to improve financial stability and refine strategic positioning while broadening strategic scope and increasing geographical coverage through M&A. Together with management, we sold the company to NEP Group in November 2019.Read more Read less
SEK 384 Million
2012 (divested 2019)
Erik Fröberg, Jonas Fredriksson
KSMG is a full-service partner to companies aiming to find the right talent in a dynamic job market. With focus on social media channels, KSMG helps companies to brand themselves as attractive employers and reach qualified applicants, using both services and digital solutions to ensure a smart, effective and modern recruiting process.Read more Read less
SEK 39 million
Marton is the disruptive real estate broker offering a low fixed-price commission on sales. Operating under the brand names Marton and Hemverket, the company offers an efficient and value-adding sales process facilitated by a proprietary technology platform. Viewings, though? They believe that the homeowner is best suited to that job. In short, you show your home, Marton sells it.Read more Read less
SEK 28 Million
Redpill Linpro may be the Nordic region’s most vocal proponent of open source technology. Its mission is to provide the support, solutions and services that enable customers across industries to optimize their use of open source products – and offer customers optimal flexibility, control and quality while saving money.Read more Read less
SEK 340 Million
Sinch brings businesses and people closer with tools enabling personal engagement. Its cloud communications platform lets businesses reach every mobile phone on the planet, in seconds or less, through mobile messaging, voice and video. Sinch is a trusted software provider to mobile operators and its platform powers business-critical communications for many of the world’s largest companies.Read more Read less
SEK 5036 Million
Should the designer of a system also test the system to see if it works? System Verification was founded on the belief that the answer to that question is a resounding no. Now focused on testing, training and all forms of quality assurance, System Verification provides consulting services to a wide array of Sweden’s largest companies across industries.Read more Read less
SEK 193 Million
Varnish Software offers software products and services that optimize web content delivery. Building upon the open source caching technology Varnish Cache, these products and services provide the most demanding customers with unparalleled reliability, speed and functionality in accessing any web content or streamed data. Slow sites? Never again.
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SEK 84 Million
Tobias Edvardsson, Erik Fröberg, Henrik Scharp
XLENT is a Swedish-Norwegian IT and management consulting group operating under the brand names XLENT and Differ. The company’s history is firmly rooted in its strong local relationships with customers. With 13 regional offices and over 350 employees, XLENT ensures its Nordic customers enjoy the benefits of a large strategy and technology partner combined with the attention of a local supplier.Read more Read less
SEK 551 Million
Erik Fröberg, Jonas Fredriksson, Tobias Edvardsson