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Swedish startup joins exclusive club in Silicon Valley

Publicerad: 04 December 2015, kl. 11:32

Swedish startup company Get Accept joins prestigious accelerator Y Combinator, where multibillion-dollar companies like Airbnb and Dropbox started out.

Tobias Karlsson

The Malmö based company becomes one of only four Swedish companies to join Y Combinator. Get Accept provides a digital platform where sellers can manage their documents.

“We were four people who travelled to California to present our business concept to their selection panel in ten minutes. We practiced the pitch for a week,” says Mathias Thulin, main investor in Get Accept.

The company moves in at Y Combinator in January. In March it will pitch a second time, then in front of top American investment firms.

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