As digital partner to If Stockholm Open, one of the classic tennis tournaments on the ATP Tour, Visual Art got the chance to innovate and develop the world's first digital umpire chair for professional tennis.
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About Priveq Investment
For more than 30 years, Priveq Investment has invested in profitable growth companies. The business concept is to generate value through long-term investments and active ownership in unlisted growth companies. Since 1983, approximately SEK 3,5 billion have been invested and Priveq Investment and its employees have carried out 119 investments and been involved in taking 24 companies to an IPO. The current portfolio consists of 14 companies which had a total revenue of SEK 6 billion and approximately 1,700 employees as per December 31, 2015. Some of the current portfolio companies are 21 Grams, Crem International, Ports Group, QleanAir Scandinavia and Visual Art. Behind Priveq Investment is essentially a number of long-term, institutional pension funds in the Nordics and Europe, for example Skandia Liv, Fjärde AP-fonden, Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) and Europeiska Investeringsfonden (EIF). More information is available at www.priveq.se.