Randy Cottin, Loogup.
Randy Cottin, CEO, Loogup.

Loogup in the final run

Loogup from Umeå has made it to the final run of Arctic15 Funding Program among Top 15 Nordic & Baltic companies.

Loogup is an AI-powered real estate platform that helps homebuyers make smarter decisions and connect to the right lender. Now the startup behind the platform has made it all the way, as the only Swedish company, to the final run of the Arctic15 Funding Program.

“For us Empowering Homebuyers is not just a tag line, it’s why we do what we do. Being chosen firstly among the top 30 startups from the Nordics and Baltics, and then in the top 15, means that the problem that we are solving is not just a niche problem, it is bigger than we thought it was. Not every day we have the opportunity to disrupt the world market, we are up for the challenge starting in the Nordics,” Randy Cottin, CEO, says.

The funding program is a program for early stage startups to be funded. The Program started in February and culminates on June 5-6 at Arctic15 in Helsinki. It is a 4-month program during which companies and investors get to know each other and find ways to collaborate.

For the final run 15 companies are selected, as mentioned the only one from Sweden is Loogup. The finals will take place at the event Arctic15, where startups will present their businesses and announce the deals.