Graphmatech listed again as one of Sweden’s hottest startups

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Graphmatech have been named one of Sweden’s hottest startups for the second year in a row in NyTeknik’s prestigious ’33-listan’ for 2020.

NyTeknik review hundreds of nominations each year, selecting from among these the most innovative and promising young technology companies to make the list, which first started in 2008.

The companies are examined based on their potential to impact their industry and to achieve international success, as well as their business potential and financial sustainability.

This year an additional sustainability assessment criteria was added, based on how the company’s innovation or processes relate to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Graphmatech were one of 11 companies to make the list for the second time this year.

 

See the full 33-listan 2020 and learn more here (in Swedish).

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