Graphmatech listed as one of Sweden’s hottest startups 3rd year in a row

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For the third year in a row, Graphmatech is proud to be one of the 33 companies in Ny Teknik’s prestigious ’33-listan’ 2021!

Every year the Swedish magazine Ny Teknik list 33 of the most innovative and promising tech startups in Sweden for ’33-listan’.

To be considered, the company has to have been founded a maximum of seven years back, be based on technical innovation, and have the potential for international success. As of 2020, the UN Sustainable Development Goals are also an assessment criteria in the selection process.

A company can be on the list a maximum of three times, and will then be considered a ‘golden company’ (guldbolag). Graphmatech is very proud to have made it onto the list for three years and to now be in the same golden category as other renowned tech giants such as iZettle, Truecaller, and Spotify.

Other companies who made the list this year are Northvolt, Cake and Altris, to name a few.

View the full 33-listan 2021 on NyTeknik’s website (in Swedish)

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