About Nordic Allocation

Nordic Allocation was set up with the purpose for potential investors in early stage venture capital firms in the Nordics & Baltics to share and learn from each other, how to successfully allocate investments to emerging venture capital funds in the Nordics.

Although there are many governmental initiatives in EU to support emerging VC mangers, we have found that only a fraction of the investors in such funds that could participate in fund of fund investments are doing so.

A big hurdle for some of these investors is the lack of experience and own teams with access the best emerging VC teams.

Nordic Allocation particularly targets family offices and institutions that are interested in understanding why VC in the Nordics is decreasing the multiple gap to the US, by offering experienced VC investors that share their stories and give you their best dos and donts.

Nordic Allocation will also present the ten most promising VC teams in the Nordics in 2020. Teams might be emerging or early teams and will be selected by a distinguished jury of LPs.

On Wednesday January 22 from 1 pm to 6 pm we will convene in Stockholm.


Nordic Allocation is an affiliate of Keiretsu Forum Nordics and the new Venture Capital firm Edge 021

Keiretsu Forum is a global angel investor network supporting its portfolio companies with equity and resources worldwide. With chapters in North America, Europe and Asia, Keiretsu Forum has invested more than $750 million in over 1,000 fundings since inception and backed over 170 companies in 2016 alone. Keiretsu Forum is ranked as the most active venture investors in the world by Pitchbook and the National Venture Capital Association.

Edge 021 is a Nordic early stage VC firm with a Silicon Valley edge.

Ted Elvhage

Managing Partner and Co-Founder at Edge 021

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Elisabeth Thand Ringqvist

General Partner and Co-Founder at Edge 021

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