Norselab

norselab.com

Norselab is a co-founder that builds meaningful technology companies from the ground up. Working hands-on together with tech-savvy talents and industry experts, their team of entrepreneurs creates technology companies with clear purpose and real-life impact, helping our industries become more sustainable while gaining transparency and compliance. Norselab’s co-founding model makes the path from startup to a robst and thriving company faster and less costly. Between 2015 and 2018 Norselab has raised external investments for portfolio companies amounting NOK 700 million. Total enterprise value is estimated at NOK 1,7 billion.

Disruptive

disruptive-technologies.com

Disruptive Technologies is a rapidly growing innovator in the IoT market and developer of the world’s smallest commercial-grade wireless sensors with 15years of battery lifetime. The Sensing Solution based on these mini-sensors simplifies data collection and delivers the data securely to our partners’ analytics programs in the cloud.”

Salamander Invest

salamanderinvest.com

Stavanger Ventures is co-lead investor in spv Salamander Invest (www.salamanderinvest.com), created to support the development and commercialisation of regenerative medicine technologies of Fortuna Fix ltd (www.fortunafix.com), along with Amgen Ventures and Inflection Capital. Fortuna’s lead technology platform – the directly reprogrammed neural precursor cells (drNPCs) – relies on reprogramming somatic cells (the every day cells of the body) to neural stem cells. The process is akin to replacing the software of a cell (which is the hardware). This allows skin cells or blood cells to be harvested from patients and turned into neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes, tor rebuild brain and spinal cord tissue following disease or injury. The production of the drNPCs is fully automated and the treatment is personalised. Fortuna aims to be in the clinic with personalised dopaminergic precursor cells (A9-drNPCs) for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease in 2019.

Pexip

2013 pexip.com

Pexip enables enterprises and organizations of any size to deploy and use video-based communication and collaboration. The Company’s portfolio of products ranges from self-hosted software to cloud service video solutions. Pexip provides seamless collaboration between previously incompatible video and audio technologies such as professional video conferencing systems, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts Meet, and WebRTC. Pexip’s software-based meeting platform can also be used as a foundation for service provider offerings. Pexip has HQ inOslo, Norway, main offices in London, UK, New York and Reston, US and Sydney, Australia, as well as sales offices across the globe.

Stavanger Venture

2011 stavanger-venture.com

Stavanger Venture invests in entrepreneurs and companies that share its values: Engaged, value adding and discrete. TD Veen owns 54% of Stavanger Venture.

Bright products AS

2012 bright-products.com

1.3 billion people use polluting, hazardous and inflammable paraffin lamps. Bright Products develops sustainable energy solutions for households in parts of the world with no electricity supply. Design and innovation are important constituents of product development, a focus that has been rewarded by the prestigious Red Dot Design Award.

Stafonds AS

2006

Stafonds is a property company that owns 3,000 m2 of office premises in the centre of Stavanger. Most of this is leased to Skagen Fondene. TD Veen owns 35.25% of Stafonds.

House of Control

2015 houseofcontrol.no

HOC is an it-company that develops software where the costumer gets total control over its holdings, commitments and contracts.
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