January, that wonderful time of the year when we can look back at 2021 and dissect the funding landscape for Icelandic startups and VC’s. If you want to look at previous reports you can find them here. 2018 2019 2020 When we look at 2021 we see a clear shift back to early stage investment.… Read More Staying Strong: The 2021 Icelandic Funding Analysis
Another year, another funding report, where we highlight investment data, discuss and (try to) analyse trends as they emerge. As a reminder, here you can find an overview of earlier reports, and for info on methods and data, please see the section at the end of the report. 27 investments tracked, evenly distributed through the… Read More Big rounds and big money, but early stage is lacking – The 2020 Funding Report
Do you like Northstack? Posts and analyses like these are made possible by our helpful community of supporters. Click here to support Northstack with a small monthly donation. While 2018 was a very good year for startup funding in Iceland, with capital deployed almost reaching the record numbers of 2015, the year that just passed… Read More Another year, another record: The 2019 funding & exit report
In this somewhat-late funding report, we look at VC and startup funding in 2018. Note: This report has been updated with correct data. We made an error in the original article. We nicknamed 2017 “the year of the seed round” due to a record number of investments, most of which were on the smaller side… Read More The Best Year Yet: Funding Report for 2018
A quiet quarter on the funding side, but very interesting on the exit side. The effects of having only one active Icelandic fund still linger. Now that Crowberry Capital has officially started and NSA Ventures have more capital available due to an exit this quarter, deals might start ticking up again, and some of the… Read More The Q3/2017 Funding Analysis
A report by The Nordic Web on Icelandic tech and startup investments in 2015 shows a staggering 1,568% growth in year-on-year funding from 2014 to 2015. Number of investments rose from seven to seventeen. This massive growth in funding is mainly fueled by three big investments: Verne Global’s $98 million (~12.7bn ISK) Series D round in January,… Read More 2015: A record year for Icelandic tech investments
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