General Partner @ Creandum

General Partner with early stage VC at Creandum looking for amazing entreprenurs with the ambition to disrupt global industries. Investor in Bolt, Epidemic, Spotify, Monta, Enode, Twaice, Neo4j, Trade Republic, Kahoot, iZettle, small Giant Games, and many more.

Staffan is a General Partner with early-stage VC at CREANDUM, always looking for amazing entrepreneurs with the ambition to disrupt global industries. He has invested in Bolt, Epidemic, Spotify, Monta, Enode, Twaice, just to name a few.

He founded CREANDUM in 2003 and is one of the company’s General Partners based in Stockholm. He spends a lot of time building the franchise and working with his companies. Staffan has mostly worked with companies in the SaaS domain and leads the climate practice at the company while doing a lot of work specifically in electrification.

Meet Staffan at How to Web Conference 2023!

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