Our vision is that innovations that make a difference reach their full potential and create value.
Former CEO at Spring Securities, co-founder of Karolinska Center for Advanced Medical Simulation and Training, group manager at Sales & Service at Itivity, and physiotherapist at the Karolinska Institute. Andreas holds degrees in physics and physiotherapy.
Former CFO at Spring Securities International, translator at PwC, analyst at Billström & Mucher, accounting assistant at H&M and editor in chief of the student magazine at the Stockholm School of Economics. Studied accounting and financial management at the Stockholm School of Economics.
Business angel. Former sales and business development manager at Aktietorget and Burgundy, founder at Exnet Transaction Services and Product Manager at Itivity.
Daniel has previously worked as credit analyst at Santander Consumer Bank and Risicum Capital. He has also worked with back office at Scandia Norden. He is has a degree in law from Uppsala University.
Victor studies medicine at the Karolinska Institute and he has also taken courses at the Stockholm School of Economics. He has participated in research projects at the the Department of Microbiology, Tumour and Cell Biology at the Karolinska Institute, and has working experience in the healthcare system.
Joseph is a life science investor and PhD researcher in gene technology and bioinformatics at the Science for Life Laboratory. He has studied medical biotechnology at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and economics at Stockholm University.
CEO at GHP Kirurgkliniken and Gastro Center, and board member at EAES. Former chief of business development at Praktikertjänst, CEO at the Clinic for Spinal Surgery, CEO at Sollentuna Specialistklinik and researcher at Karolinska University Hospital.
Chairman of the board
Coo at Kry and former Head of Change Office at Schibsted Media Group, COO at Schibsted Sweden, and board member at Schibsted Growth, Svenska Dagbladet, Aftonbladet, Hitta.se.
Anna Grönlund Krantz
Anna is the manager of strategic communication at Skandia. She was previously the director of communication at the healthcare group Praktikertjänst and CEO at JKL.
Sciety is an investment network that wants innovations that make a difference to reach their full potential and create value. We make it possible to invest in unlisted growth companies in the life science sector without having to spend time on selection, vetting and legal preparations. Our team has long experience in the finance and life science sectors and Sciety are authorised by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
We are passionate about the life science sector
We have many reasons to be passionate about the life science sector. Firstly, because it affects us all – as consumers, relatives, friends and tax payers.
Secondly, challenges such as an aging population, lifestyle diseases and chronic diseases increase the demand for new treatments and preventive measures. The sector is increasingly pressured to become more consumer oriented and cost efficient. Today, we see new interesting fields such as artificial intelligence, precision medicine and telemedicine that increase the demand for better diagnostics, medical technology, digital platforms and new business models.
To contribute to a healthier world is a key motivation for us. Until today, we have contributed to fund companies that want to use innovative technologies to improve the care for cancer sufferers, reduce the threat from resistant bacteria and improve elderly care – just to mention a few examples.
We want to create value
Sweden has many promising companies, researchers and science parks that develop today’s and tomorrow’s healthcare and treatments. We also see an increasing variety of buyers of innovative services and products – from care providers and pharmacies to pharma companies, insurance companies and employers.
Sciety sees great potential in companies that can offer new valuable solutions to these buyers in order for them to contribute to better health.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like to learn more about investing, financing and the health sector.