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Vinge advises Industrifonden in connection with investment in Apica

June 29, 2011

Vinge has advised Stiftelsen Industrifonden in connection with an SEK 10 million investment in Apica. Apica tests, analyses, monitors and improves the performance of websites. The existing investor, KTH Chalmers Capital also participated in the issue which amounts in total to SEK 15 million. The funds will be used to finance the launch of Apica’s services in the US. Apica was founded in 2005 and has its head office in Stockholm and sales offices in Great Britain and the US.

Vinge’s team consisted of project manager Johan Larsson together with Tina Hård and Malin Buch. Johan Winnerbald was the responsible partner.

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