InnovationsKapital Backs Gammadata

Gammadata, a Stockholm-based applied physics company, has raised SEK 29.5 million ($3.74m) from InnovationsKapital.


Gammadata is a leader within applied physics and operates within three areas; high end surface analysis instruments and vacuum equipment (VG Scienta), nuclear physics instruments that detects nuclear explosions (SAUNA Systems) and agency sales in the Nordic region of instruments from well-known brands (Gammadata Instruments). The Gammadata group was founded in 1986 by a group of physicists and research scientists from Uppsala University.

Gammadata Group is established as a leader in the three areas of operations and serve customers across the globe. “We are very pleased to have InnKap 4 Partners as a new owner. We expect InnKap to support our promising plans, and to help us to take Gammadata forward”, says Jan Edhäll, CEO at Gammadata.

InnovationsKapital invests in Nordic high-tech companies with strong growth. “Gammadata is a very interesting company with a unique product offering based on Nobel price winning technology. The company has a strong management team and we see this as a great opportunity to invest in a company with good growth, profitability and cash generation”, says Martin Falkevall, responsible for InnovationsKapital’s investment in Gammadata.

InnovationsKapital was founded in 1994 and is a private and independent early stage venture capital firm for innovative growth companies. The business, carried out from offices in Gothenburg and Stockholm, is focused on Nordic investments within ICT and Healthcare & Life Sciences. To date, over 65 investments have been made. Successful exits include Altitun, Arexis, BioInvent/Alligator, Carmen Systems, Kreatel Communications, NordNav and Spotfire. InnovationsKapital advises four venture capital funds aggregating EUR 323 million in committed capital. The capital is provided by highly reputable Swedish and international institutional investors.

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