2018-11-07 16:00Blog post

Meet Minc Incubator’s new business coach

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From the trading floors of London's financial district and working for leading global financial firms like J.P. Morgan and Citigroup, to coaching and consulting at World First and Vedanta - Kinga’s background makes quite an impression. Most recently, she’s worked for Sony Mobiles Next Step program and Innovation Skåne coaching Swedish tech startups. She’s also founded the social enterprise, The Wise Course, that works with teenager’s personal development. Now she’s taking over the role as Minc Incubator’s new business coach, making her a key person in Minc’s future.

Jonas Jönsson, head of incubator at Minc, says: “We received many qualified applications, but Kinga’s background and competence is a perfect complement to the road we’re taking. The incubator has raised the bar - more of the companies are looking to raise money and we continue our work to offer the best startup services possible”.

With one foot still in London’s financial district, Kinga wants to contribute to an international outlook and hopes that her broad network can open new doors for the Minc startups. She says: “London is a healthy tech and finance hub and it’s exciting that I can work as a bridge between the two markets. I’m also looking forward to working with growing startups in such a buzzing environment as Minc. There’s a certain vibe to the house and people’s enthusiasm is reflected throughout the entire organisation.”

If you’re interested in learning more about the incubator or any of our other offerings, head over to Minc Incubator or contact Mikaela at mikaela@minc.se for a first meeting. We accept applications for the incubator and Startup Labs on an ongoing basis.


About Minc

Minc, the startup house of Malmö, help early-stage companies grow to a point where they’re ready to take on the world. Minc hosts Minc Incubator, the award-winning accelerator Fast Track Malmö, a co-working space and a pre-incubator called Startup Labs, where anyone with a scalable business idea can work for free for up to six months. Minc also has a Lounge that’s open for anyone to work and network. Since its inception in 2002, Minc has helped to nurture more than 180 startups, including international success stories such as Orbital Systems, Hövding, and Polar Rose.

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Elinor Valfridsson