Empowering Startup Founders


We believe that startups should focus more on being competitive and less on being compliant. Founders and digital entrepreneurs with huge ambitions do not have time nor patience to keep track of all new national or international laws and regulations that affect them. At the same time, policy makers have limited understanding of how new regulations affect young technology companies, a huge source of innovation and tax income for society. We believe that we can improve the dialogue between those parties to make young technology companies reach their full potential and help bring society forward.

We are an independent organisation guided by startup voices. We aim to take these concerns and work closely with policy makers to improve the startup ecosystem in EU and Sweden and advocate for a more open and innovation-friendly world. SUP46.org coordinates and collaborates through events, reports, letters, round tables, manifestos and think tanks. Our three guiding principles: Be Founder Centric, Transparent, and Independent.


The organisation is managed by enthusiast with deep experience from both operating startups and working in policy.


Sebastian Fuchs Initiator


Peter Kofler Advisor & Chairman Danish Entrepreneurs

Partnersand sponsors

We're thankful to our partners and supporters for helping us empower startups and improve the ecosystem.



We've been cultivating the startup ecosystem for a decade and served hundreds of startups that influenced . We often talk to founders that are frustrated about regulation and bureaucracy but does not get the chance to share their opinion nor get attention from politicians. That's why we've decided to double down on our mission to improve the ecosystem but from a policy perspective. We believe that our united voice and real stories are the best way to move the needle.

We have previously helped improve the Swedish tax regulations on employee stock options and know that our joint voice is strong. We can make a difference together.



43% said greatest barrier to entrepreneurship was bureaucracy


18% of startups fail because of Regulatory & Legal challenges


More than 50% of all laws and regulations in Sweden originate in the EU