As an active partner, Scope works together with management driving the transition from the entrepreneurial phase to create an institutionalized platform for sustainable growth.

Scope contributes experience from building growth companies in a variety of industries; providing direction for omni-channel strategies, internationalization, building appropriate governance structures, and recruiting talented executives.

Scope seeks to build companies that meet identified customer needs with a sustainable competitive advantage. We believe that the long-term commercial performance of the company is linked to its ability to integrate the concept of sustainability in the company culture.

Since 2001, Scope has combined a disciplined and analytical approach to investing with a strong emphasis on the relational component of value creation. Having built and managed three consecutive limited partnership portfolios, Scope is now investing deal-by-deal in strong consumer brands, actively partnering to create the most appropriate combination of co-investors, entrepreneurs and managements.


Scope & Metric Capital partner in Maileg investmentApr 13, 2023

Scope and leading pan-European private capital manager Metric Capital have partnered to invest in Maileg, a high-end Danish toy brand. Co-founders Dorthe and Erik Mailil are reinvesting alongside the firms, retaining a significant stake in the business.

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Klättermusen receives four ISPO awardsJan 23, 2020

Klättermusen recieved three ISPO Gold Awards and one Sustainability Achievement Award at ISPO 2020.

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Miss Mary recruits new talentsMar 26, 2019

Miss Mary recruits three new profiles within e-commerce, fashion and consumer-oriented products.

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Richard Törnblom joins Scope as industrial sustainability advisorJan 10, 2019

Mr Törnblom joined Scope as an industrial sustainability advisor to further Scope’s initiative to promote sustainability work as an integral part of creating and building Better Companies.

Scope announces partnership with Miss Mary of SwedenDec 18, 2018

Scope announced on 18 December a partnership with Miss Mary of Sweden, a leading European underwear brand for women. Miss Mary, founded in Borås, Sweden, has since 1957 provided high quality and functional lingerie to women across Europe and North America. The company is well positioned in the current changes of the retail environment where high-quality inhouse production and design are gaining traction. Partnering with Scope allows the company to build on the heritage and at the same time add competence to create a scalable organization and to further develop the brand.

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Scope is shaping a sustainable futureDec 21, 2017

Scope’s investment strategy is to build better and sustainable companies that shape the future, together with entrepreneurs.

Scope sells Happy Socks to PalamonJan 16, 2017

Scope Growth III L.P. has agreed to sell its ownership in Happy Socks to Palamon Capital Partners, realising 4.7 times its investment cost.

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Scope sells its shareholding in Colosseum Smile to Jacobs HoldingJan 13, 2017

Scope Growth II L.P. has agreed to sell its ownership in Colosseum Smile, the leading Scandinavian provider of private dental care, to Jacobs Holding AG. Jacobs Holding is a global professional investment firm based in Zurich and founded in 1994 by entrepreneur Klaus J. Jacobs. The transaction is agreed to close in the beginning of 2017.

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Scope talks sustainability in AlmedalenAug 30, 2016

Listen to the seminar on the subject “Sustainability and transparency “ that was held in Almedalen in July where Monalotte Theorell Christofferson explained how Scope works together with its portfolio companies to develop a sustainability culture, which is one of the corner stones in Scope’s strategy to develop better companies.

Watch the film from the seminar here (Swedish)

Scope sells Skruvat to Mobivia – Dec 9, 2015

Scope Growth III L.P (“Scope”), together with the founders of Skruvat Reservdelar AB (“Skruvat”), has sold Skruvat to French Mobivia Groupe S.A. (“Mobivia”), the European leader in multi-brand vehicle servicing and spare parts, with brands such as Norauto, Midas, Carter-Cash, Auto 5, Synchro Diffusion and, that serves over 30 million motorists in 16 countries. Skruvat, an e-commerce company,has, since Scope’s investment in 2013, grown by more than 30% annually and strengthened its position as the market leader in the Nordic market for online automotive spare parts.

Read the whole press release here and read DI’s article here

Happy Socks the winner of Guldknappen Accessories 2015Aug 31, 2015

Happy Socks won Damernas Värld's prize Guldknappen Accessories 2015 that was awarded on the 29th of August. The jury's motivation said: "...Through the right image, design and packaging, the company has succeeded in becoming the world leader in its segment".

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Scope pairs up in Happy SocksJan 22, 2015

The growth equity fund Scope and Industrial Advisor Jonas Meerits have become new partners in fast growth company Happy Socks. The founders, Mikael Söderlindh and Viktor Tell, retain ownership and the company targets to double the sales figures in 2015.

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Colosseum and Smile – largest Nordic dental mergerMar 27, 2014

The two largest private dental clinic chains in Sweden and Norway are merging to form the largest private chain in the Nordic region. Together Colosseum and Smile own 41 clinics, of which 25 are in Sweden, 13 in Norway and 3 in Denmark. Combined, the entities employ about 800 people and have a turnover of approximately 850 MSEK of which Sweden accounts for 450 MSEK. As a result of the merger, Smile's 15 clinics and Colosseum's 10 clinics in Sweden will come under the same management.

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Scope invests in KlättermusenSep 17, 2013

Scope and leading pan-European private capital manager Metric Capital have partnered to invest in Maileg, a high-end Danish toy brand. Co-founders Dorthe and Erik Mailil are reinvesting alongside the firms, retaining a significant stake in the business.

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