Rapid growth can catch many entrepreneurs or companies by surprise. Breaking into new markets, brokering new deals or coming to terms with new stakeholders takes experience. The Zobito team offers more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise software field. And we are passionate about sharing our knowledge. As advisors, coaches and collaboration partners.
The Zobito team is comprised of private equity and venture capital specialists as well as the key people responsible for the success of Qlik Tech. QlikTech went from being a 2 MUSD revenue company in 1998 to being listed on NASDAQ with a market capitalisation of 1 Billion USD in 2010.
Our growth strategy
Our long history and successful track record ideally position us to guide tech companies in management and go-to-market strategies, talent development, corporate culture and values, and technology. Our growth strategy is designed to ensure stellar performance and operational excellence – whether you are a small company on a rapid expansion path or a market leader opening new avenues of business.
A unique constellation of individual leaders
Magnus Lindhe is managing partner and co-founder of Zobito AB. Magnus was previously with QlikTech (Qlik) from 2001–2012. »
Måns Hultman is Swedish and was QlikTech´s CEO from 2000–2007 as well as having been Chairman from 2004–2009 – the years that defined QlikTech’s strategy and created the momentum that carried the company to its highly successful IPO in 2010. »
Jens Schrøder is Danish-born with extensive experience in private equity. In 1988 he was the co-founder of the first Nordic Private Equity Fund, Procuritas, which continues to be one of the most successful PE companies in the region. »
Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground.
– Theodore Roosevelt –
Why the name „Zobito“?
Zobito is a variation of the Italian word “subito”, which can be translated as “suddenly” or “immediately”. Italian waiters use it often when you make an order. But as anyone who has visited Italy knows, immediately can mean anywhere between 30 seconds and 30 minutes. Likewise, business growth seldom progresses as planned. More than ever before, today’s companies need an agile, high-octane execution plan capablie of dealing with disruptive forces and strong on innovation and leadership.