Two years after their first successful pitch at Lund’s biggest innovation challenge, Skosh closed their first funding round and onboarded six high-profile investors, led by chairman Henrik Börjesson.
With their first round of financing, the start-up has now been able to prove that companies with a focus on sustainability are increasingly attracting investors. The funding will be used for the upcoming expansion into markets outside of Sweden but also to finance the development of new cleaning product alternatives
The company also welcomed new board members Fredrik Stahle, his colleague Johan Johnsson, Björn Jeffery, Max Leo Rodeck, and Fast Track Capital. With their valuable experience in retail, branding, and eCommerce, Skosh will be able to continue their mission of reducing much more plastic waste.
The young startup Skosh focuses on innovating daily cleaning products by reducing plastic waste, toxic ingredients, and CO2 emissions. Their reusable cleaning spray bottles and water-soluble tablets can be used as cleaning agents for the kitchen, bathroom, and other surfaces.