He has been a long-time member of the Nordic startup scene, investing primarily in science-based innovations but of course also in business.
software and the Internet. As an investor, he has worked closely with the environments
incubators of the Royal Stockholm Institute of Technology and the University of Technology
of Chalmers in Gothenburg. Over the past 20 years, his portfolio companies closed, came back from the dead, conquered the world, sold themselves to major players
of the industry and were also listed on major stock exchanges, returning everything from 0 to 52 times your initial investment. His main interest right now is artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, new media art, and quantum computing. You are always looking for interesting investment opportunities , but at the moment you have many doubts about the technology sector in general and think that we are definitely in a startup bubble
(which will eventually deflate).