Oct 31, 2019
In an interview with Dagens Industri, MiniFinder's founder and CEO, Dean Maros, talks about the company's growth journey and the safety alarm MiniFinder Nano.
In an interview with Dagens Industri, Dean Maros, CEO and founder of MiniFinder Sweden AB, talks about the company and its development. MiniFinder has recently received a Gasell Award for the company's achievements. During Gasell's evaluation period (2015-2018), MiniFinder's sales grew by 334%.
"The breakthrough came in 2015 when we received the Police Authority's National Task Force as a customer of personal alarms, and also several media companies that need security alarms for reporters who report from war zones," says Dean Maros to Dagens Industri.
The interview also mentions our new security product MiniFinder Nano, as well as our ambition for further development.
“It has taken two years to get the quality and functionality we want and cost about SEK 1.5 million to develop. This is the piece of the puzzle that we have been missing and that the market has demanded. So we are now in the starting blocks to grow even more. ” says Dean Maros to Dagens Industri.