Nimer Shadida Johansson – Kvitter


Nimer Shadida Johansson, co-founder of Kvitter

Nimer Shadida Johansson, co-founder of Kvitter

How did you come up with your idea?

My Co-Founder Mohammed actually came up with the idea while he was working as an accountant/Controller. He then presented the idea to me as if “Wouldn’t it be nice to have something like this?”. I immediately saw the possibilities of implementation and it quickly went from idea to reality.


What motivates you the most?

Specific to this project I must say the possibilities of impacting our society. Not primarily environmentally, but the idea that we have an opportunity to change the behaviours and way of thinking when it comes to digitising and that in turn change the environmental impact of our society at a lot greater scale.

What are your goals with the program?

To do a year’s worth of work, in three months. More specifically to: Create traction for our startup, turn customers and implement beta versions of our system out there, in the real world.


What are your expectations so far?

That the goals are well within the borders of realisation. That far from education and experience provided, the program embodies a sort of pipeline for work and sets us, the founders, in motion.


About Kvitter:

Kvitter is a company that digitise paper receipts.
The vision is to seamlessly integrate our system to generate digital receipts for purchases made in store, for reducing climate impact through reduced wastage of paper and at the same time save business costs.