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Julia Delin takes on the role as CEO of SSE Ventures – the search for a new CEO for SSE Business Lab begins

01 December 2022
Since 2019 Julia Delin has led and developed SSE Business Lab as CEO. She has recently successfully completed the first stage of fundraising for the School's new investment fund, SSE Ventures. ​As Julia moves to the CEO role at SSE Ventures full time, the search for a new CEO for SSE Business Lab has been initiated.​

SSE Business Lab partners up with Microsoft

18 November 2022
In a combined effort to strengthen Sweden’s international competitiveness, the School’s startup incubator has partnered up with Microsoft Sweden. By supporting the incubator, the tech corporation wants to help SSE Business Lab’s startups accelerate their growth journeys. Through the partnership, the startups gain access to powerful development and productivity tools and become part of Microsoft’s global network of startups.

These are the startups being offered an investment from SSE’s new venture capital fund

10 October 2022
Starting now, companies at the School’s startup incubator, SSE Business Lab, will be getting both a boost in their venture building and an offer of investment from the new fund SSE Ventures. Seven new startups are starting at the incubator today, four of which are eligible for investment.

SSE starts evergreen fund backed by renowned investors

29 September 2022
The venture capital industry is hampered by its own focus on short-term returns, according to the startup incubator of the Stockholm School of Economics. SSE Business Lab is now closing a new 40 million SEK fund backed by Bonnier Ventures and well-known profiles like Anna Nordell-Westling, Sven Hagströmer, Anna Kinberg Batra and Sebastian Knutsson. “Long-term thinking amplifies the potential returns”, says CEO Julia Delin.

SSE and KTH expand their endeavor into student entrepreneurship

08 September 2022
Even bigger steps towards the goal of getting more students to form companies are being taken by the Stockholm School of Economics and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The schools are strengthening their joint program and are assisted by the entrepreneurs behind Budbee, Estrid and PocketLaw, as well as investors from Summa Equity and Kinnevik.

Gender equality in innovation – a winning concept for SSE Business Lab’s star jury

13 June 2022
The conscious leaders of tomorrow are flocking to the Stockholm School of Economics’ startup incubator SSE Business Lab. During the summer, eight new teams will start their journey at the incubator, where they will get a boost in building their companies through the programs.

Gender-equal distribution of venture capital at SSE Business Lab

23 May 2022
In an interview with Dagens Industri, SSE Business Lab CEO Julia Delin talks gender equality and venture capital distribution.

Sustainability in focus when SSE’s star jury backs nine new companies

14 March 2022
Companies like Budbee, Voi Technology and Klarna are success stories that got their start at the Stockholm School of Economics’ prestigious venture incubator SSE Business Lab. Nine new companies have now been admitted to the incubator and hope to follow in the same footsteps.

Anders Wall scholarship awarded to entrepreneur at SSE with a startup that radically increases donations to charity

06 March 2022
Erik Enger Karlson (b. 2000) from Stockholm has been awarded Anders Wall's scholarship to students at the Stockholm School of Economics. Erik, who is studying business administration, is the first recipient of the newly established scholarship of SEK 200,000, which aims to support young talents who have excelled in entrepreneurship and creative thinking.

Star-studded program will help students from the Stockholm School of Economics and KTH start companies

17 February 2022
Last year, the Stockholm School of Economics and their venture incubator SSE Business Lab launched Ideate, a new entrepreneurship initiative meant to get more students to start companies. Now the program reaches new levels, as the Stockholm School of Economics and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology join forces, making it possible for students from both of these prestigious schools to participate and start businesses together.
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