Finnish investors support new Nordic deeptech VC fund

Voima Ventures is the first Nordic venture capital fund investing purely in deep tech startups. These companies aim to address some of the big challenges in society.

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Based in Helsinki, a new Nordic VC fund will invest in startups from the Nordics and Baltics, focusing on deep tech themes like the internet of medicine, artificial intelligence and robotics.

According to a press release, the new fund Voima Ventures, is the first of its kind in the Nordics,and was founded by startup investor Inka Mero and former VTT Ventures Vice President Mikko Kumpulainen.

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