Goodwille are happy to announce the partnership between Goodwille and northern Europe’s largest, independent network of 600 tech entrepreneurs, investors, senior tech leaders, influencers and policy makers, Tech Nordic Advocates (TNA). Together, and in conjunction with partners, they will work to stimulate Nordic tech innovation and growth, replicating the success of the Tech London Advocates community.
Goodwille is in good company with the Department for International Trade (previously UKTI), Swedish Chamber of Commerce, London & Partners, among others. Becoming a partner of TNA was a natural step for Goodwille following their increased presence in the Nordic tech scene over recent years. Nordic, high-growth, VC backed companies are often looking to expand to international markets at an early stage, with London, the beating heart of the European startup scene often their number one choice. London based service provider Goodwille continue to facilitate a large number of Nordic tech companies expansion into the UK.
Being a partner of Tech Nordic Advocates provides access to many successful startup hubs such as Swedish SUP46, Finnish Maria 0-1 and Danish Camp. The result of this is an extensive Nordic spanning network and knowledge-base, beneficial for all Goodwille’s clients.
Tech Nordic Advocates’ mission is to support the growth of Nordic and Baltic tech companies, with strong support for startups, by facilitating access to a pan-Nordic/Baltic market of capital, talent, mentors and partners, as well as stimulating collaboration across the Nordic and Baltic countries and tech ecosystem and championing the Nordics and Baltics as a global tech and startup hub internationally.
“We are delighted to be working with Tech Nordic Advocates programme to help stimulate opportunities and remove roadblocks hindering the Nordic tech sector’s growth in the UK. Their network both in the UK and across the Nordics is fantastic, they are well known in the startup community and we are excited to develop this partnership with them.” – James Service, Marketing Executive, Goodwille.