Nine finalists pitched their business case to the jury during the Swedish KPMG Private Enterprise Global Tech Innovator final. We are proud to announce the green tech start-up Reselo AB as national winner and the Swedish representative in the global final in Portugal.

During a thrilling and exciting day, the finals took place in Stockholm. Nine finalists were selected to pitch their business case to the jury, which consisted of the following experts:

  • Caroline Farberger, Investor, Keynote speaker, Executive Advisor & Board member
  • Alexis Kopylov, CEO DBT Capital
  • Anna Ljungdahl, Senior Investment Director, Industrifonden
  • Erik Martinsson, CEO and Co-Founder Svea Solar
  • Max Mohammadi, Co-Founder and Chairman, PlasticFri, last year’s global winner.
  • Daniel Szirányi, Partner, Automotive, Global Strategy Group, KPMG

After careful consideration by the jury, KPMG is pleased to announce Reselo AB winner of the Swedish KPMG Private Enterprise Global Tech Innovator competition:

Built upon the heritage of Swedish industry, Reselo represents true transformation effect on an entire industry segment. With the perfect timing, when the demand to transform to sustainable production is higher than ever, Reselo proves that there is scalability core to the business idea together with a long-term potential.

“It is a great honour to win, and it was a big surprise to be selected among such an amazing group of finalists! And it is great to see that with the 2023 winner PlasticFri and this year’s other finalists, new materials and industrialization projects are starting to get the attention they deserve. Without such innovations phasing out fossil resources would be impossible.”, says Henrik Otendal, CEO, Reselo AB.

GTI winner Reselo

Henrik Otendal, CEO, Reselo AB, winner of the Swedish KPMG Private Enterprise Global Tech Innovator final 2024

In november, Reselo will compete against entrepreneurs and great minds from other KPMG countries in the Global Tech Innovator final in Lisbon.

About Reselo

Reselo is a Swedish startup that has developed a process where rubber can be made from birch bark, a by-product of the paper-industry. The rubber can replace fossil-based rubber in products such as shoes, protective equipment, or toys.

About KPMG Privare Enterprise Global Tech Innovator

KPMG Private Enterprise Global Tech Innovator is a global innovation competition where startups can apply for participation. One of the criteria is that they should have a turnover of 10 million to 150 million SEK and/or have received investments of at least 5 million SEK. The final for the competition takes place during Web Summit in Lisbon, in November this year.