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Inderes' primary target market will be Nasdaq-listed companies in Sweden, Finland, and Denmark. Inderes estimates the market potential of its main products in this market to be over EUR 120 million. The target market currently comprises more than 1,100 listed companies, of which more than 400 companies are connected to the Inderes platform through one or more product areas.

The company's long-term goal is to build the full Inderes operating model in selected markets: a comprehensive product offering for a listed company, Inderes investor media and a local community.

Target markets


Sweden's market is the largest in the Nordic countries and serves as our most important growth market during the strategy period 2023–2027.

With the acquisitions of Streamfabriken and Financial Hearings completed in 2022, we have a strong foothold in the Swedish IR event market. In the strategy period 2023–2027, the goal is to achieve a position as a well-known investor media and IR partner of listed companies in Sweden.


In Finland, our goal is to increase the product offering in the current customer base and to actively develop the domestic listing market. By product area, we have strong market positions in stock analysis, general meeting solutions and IR events. The IR software product area is still in the investment phase.


In Denmark, we operate through our strategic partner and associate company HC Andersen Capital. HC Andersen Capital operates the investor service locally and its goal is to introduce Inderes' product range to its listed company clients.

Market trends and growth drivers

1. The number of private investors is increasing and the popularity of direct equity investment is growing

2. Listed companies want to invest in transparency and investor communication

3. Digital channels enable listed companies to communicate more effectively with investors


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Business model

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