Mionix Secures New Investment

For Immediate Release

Vaxjo, Sweden--April 16, 2012-- Mionix, the global High-End gaming peripherals company based in Växjö, Sweden, secures capital for continued expansion. The Swedish venture capital company Almi Invest, together with investors Hampus Jakobsson, co-founder of TAT, Magnus Kenneby, co-founder of Sequent Invest & BioLamina and Carl Silbersky, former CEO of Polar Rose, invests four million SEK in Mionix. Company founder and CEO, Peter Nygren, will continue to be the majority shareholder.

Mionix designs, develops and sells computer peripherals that are suited for gamers. The product portfolio consists of mice, keyboards, headsets and mouse pads. Today there are six people in the fast-growing company and expect a sharp increase in sales in 2012.

"Our investment makes it possible for the company to increase in sales and to grow, internationally," says Maria Kristiansson, Investment Manager at Almi Invest.

"Our goal is to be the best! We aim to win every new award and accolade for all our products. The products are developed with passion, with the help of broad market research and end user feedback," says Peter Nygren, CEO at Mionix

 

About Mionix AB

Mionix AB was founded in 2007 by Peter Nygren. The goal was to design and develop high-tech computer accessories designed for computer games. The company stands for quality, innovation and user-friendly technology and design. Mionix has received numerous international prizes and awards for their products. Mionix has a global presence with a worldwide network of distributors, resellers and partners. For more information, visit  www.mionix.net

About Almi Invest

Almi Invest is a venture capital company investing in Swedish companies with interesting business models and driven entrepreneurs. Almi Invest was launched in 2009 by an initiative from Almi Företagspartner together with regional investors. Almi Invest is a Evergreen Fund.

For more information, visit www.almiinvest.se

 

 


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