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The EQT Ventures fund invests in technology-driven companies across all industries, from anywhere in the world. If you’d like to come in contact with us to discuss a potential investment, please don’t hesitate to upload your company here. Click here for other contact options.

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From start-up to scale-up and growth

Building a global tech company is challenging. We know because we’ve done it too. No matter where you are on your journey and what your challenges are, chances are we’ve been there too and we can overcome them together.


Meet our portfolio - Holidu

Founded in Munich, Holidu compares more than eight million vacation rentals from hundreds of travel sites, so that you don't have to. Find out how the company's proprietary image recognition technology and AI enable users to save up to 55% on holiday accommodation.

Meet the team - Ted Persson

Having founded a number of startups and digital agencies, including Great Works, operating partner Ted knows more than a few things about the importance of story telling. Find out how Ted helps our portfolio companies with product design, UX and story telling and why design isn't just about pixels and colours.

When to hire your first VP Product

You’ve founded a startup, you’ve got some traction, and you’ve raised some money. That’s the easy part (trust me!) - now how do you take that early traction and turn it into a successful hypergrowth company? This is where good Product Management is critical. In this post, Martin Eriksson shares his tops on when and how to get a more experienced product leader in your team.

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Martin Eriksson › 

Where to start with PR and communications

At EQT Ventures’ last Circles event, I wanted to set the record straight about PR and provide some insight into what PR can and (perhaps more importantly) can’t do. Here are some thoughts on how to get started with your PR strategy and what you need to consider.

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Lucy Wimmer ›