Stockholm-based VC firm EQT Ventures led the Berlin-based company Superlist‘s €10 million seed funding round with the participation of German company’s existing investors Cherry Ventures and Visionaries Club alongside angel investors. With the capital, Superlist will be able to hire new talents of product leads, developers, and designers. To date, the company has reached a total funding 13.5 million euros. Ted Persson, partner at EQT Ventures, will also join the board of the company.
“We at Superlist are working to enable teams to work better together, collaborate on projects, and stay on top of their goals and aspirations. Our mission is to make productivity more human again, which means we’re obsessed with design, UX an
d simplicity. Building a great product takes time and this new round of funding allows us to diligently take Superlist from early beta to public launch.” says Steffen Kiedel, Co-founder and CEO of Superlist. “I’d also like to welcome the amazing Ted Persson to our Board!”
About EQT Ventures
EQT Ventures is a multi-stage VC fund fuelled by some of the world’s most obsessive company builders, engineers, designers, marketers, data scientists and scaling experts from success stories such as Booking.com, King, Spotify and Hotels.com. Recognising that building a global success story takes more than just capital, EQT Ventures’ operational experts are on hand to advise and support ambitious founders on their journeys to building global winners.
Ted Persson, partner, EQT Ventures states, “At such a dynamic time for the world of work, practically every organisation is approaching hybrid and remote working in its own way. All of us at EQT Ventures are real believers in the power of Superlist and are excited to see the team continuing to innovate in this space as it grows and develops.”
The company was founded in 2020 by Steffen Kiedel, Ben Kubota, Brandon Arnold, Marcel Käding and Christian Reber. It provides a a fast and hyper-collaborative project management tool for team to increase their productivity. It enables users to organize their data in easier way to get things done on time.
“As a product and design-driven company tackling a huge market opportunity early on in our journey, finding partners who share our passion and vision for our future is crucial. We look forward to shaping the product in a way that combines simplicity with powerful features and puts the human front and centre.” says Kiedel.