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Addressya is happy to get support and recognition from others. We are also very proud of all the awards and scholarships we won. Thanks to that, we have more founding for our work, but it also reassures us that we are on the right track and what we are doing is important. Below you can find all our awards and supporters.

Addressya is nominated one of the 100 impact companies to the Norrsken Award 2019!

Karoline Beronius, CEO of Addressya, has been nominated for the EIT Awards 2019, and selected together with other entrepreneurs who are tackling global challenges with ground-breaking innovations in the fields of climate, energy, digitalisation, food, health and raw materials. The finals will take place on 14th October 2019.

Between 2010 and 2016 Karoline, CEO & Co-founder of Addressya, was the Co-location Manager of EIT Digital Sweden. Meeting and supporting entrepreneurial students, researchers and business people every day helped her pluck up the courage to test her own startup wings. Addressya AB was eventually born. As alumni of EIT Digital, Addressya has received practical startup support in 2018.

Addressya is selected as 1 of the 50 most promising impact companies in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

Addressya is listed as 1 of the 50 companies of the future in Serendipity Challenge 2019.

Addressya won Female Founders pitch competition in Stockholm and New York.

In 2018, Addressya was among 10 finalists in Venture Cup Sweden Region East final. Addressya won the Impact Maker award and a chance to participate in national finals. 

The Swedish Government Innovation Agency Vinnova has granted Addressya funding in two instances (2017 and 2018).

In 2018, Addressya has been awarded SAS Scholarship. The Scholarship is awarded to three ideas that have the potential to change the world. The Scholarship opens up new opportunities to reach out with our product and speed up development and research.

In 2017, Addressya was among three nominated companies in the category of Sustainability and Social impact of the Stockholm Innovation Scholarship challenge. In total more than 500 projects applied and 15 were nominated with 5 categories. 

Addressya was accepted into batch 4 of the KTH Innovation Pre-incubator in March 2017. The pre-incubator support early stage, tech based KTH projects with the potential to become viable companies. This provides us with access to office space at KTH main campus, business development support, workshops targeting all aspects of developing a start-ups, and a vast network.