Congratulations to Ida Stjernström, the winner of the 2023 She Loves Tech Nordics.

September 14, 2023


Congratulations to the winner (🏆 1st place) of the 2023 She Loves Tech Nordics Competition Ida Stjernström! 🎉 And best of luck in Singapore 🇸🇬 for the grand finale!

Yesterday, it was announced that Ida advanced to the finals of the She Loves Tech Nordic Competition, representing Silo Team. Following today's event, where she vied with premier startups from the Nordics, she has been declared the victor. 🏆

The global finale will take place in Singapore 🇸🇬 and Ida will travel there to represent Silo Team later this year.

Thank you Leesa S., R3i Ventures, Barbara Erskine, Ian Cresswell, and partners for a great event! And also a thanks to the expert judges - VCs and Startup Mentors - Thibaut Briere, Laura Jaguaribe, Kyriakos Zannikos, Patrice Molinari and Peter Hlavnicka!

About She Loves Tech:

She Loves Tech runs the world's largest startup competition for women and technology. Since 2015, the competition has seen 13,000 startups join from 92 countries. Finalists have raised more than $300 million to date. The 2022 competition series encompasses 28 regional rounds across 70+ countries.

About Silo Team:

Silo Team is addressing the high developer turnover rate that costs billions every year. The platform empowers tech teams to manage the full dev lifecycle, from on/offboarding to retention. Save time, foster belonging, and boost productivity—a new category in the dev space.

About Ida Stjernström:

Ida Stjernström is the Co-Founder of Silo Team and is at the helm of the commercial operations as CCO. She is passionate about emerging technology and a driving force in the female tech landscape in the Nordics. She is 29 years old and splits her time between Sweden and Spain.


Venture: Microsoft, Impact: R3I Impact Foundation, ADB Ventures

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