IQ, personality test, money - Saeid Esmaeilzadeh's rock hard demands on those he works with

The Serendipity founder reveals the requirement to work with him: "I let them do a test."


Saeid Esmaeilzadeh saw climate initiatives: "Can not live in a dream world"

Saeid Esmaeilzadeh saw the climate initiatives: "Can not live in a dream world". "The climate issue is not a climate issue, it is a cost issue."


Ålandsbanking - Saeid Esmaeilzadeh

He has created and built about ten companies as today employs more than two thousand people


"Donald Trump has pursued a good policy against Iran"

Whoever wins the US election holds an important key to the future of the oil price. But Iran also has a hand in the game around the black gold


Saeid Esmaeilzadeh: 5 keys to success

For SvD Perfect Guide, the serial entrepreneur and associate professor Saeid Esmaeilzadeh talks about the most important lessons he has learned as an investor.


"Our group of companies is worth more than SEK 5 billion"

A failed experiment paved the way for a career as an entrepreneur and company builder. With his new venture capital company Spartacus Capital, Saeid Esmaeilzadeh is looking for new success stories.


Forget Voi, Karma and Spotify - Hidden Dreams wants to find Sweden's narrowest and most boring startups

Hidden Dreams has built a new incubator for companies with ideas that others would have a hard time finding.


Serendipity invests in real estate

The hyped innovation company Serendipity is creating a new brand and investing in real estate investments.


"My anxiety makes me work better"

High-performing, young and successful. Still, Annika Ottosson, 27-year-old CEO of the holding company Dr Saeid AB, often doubts herself.



The company, which was originally started by chance in 2004, has today developed into several different technology and pharmaceutical companies. Their ambition is to discover, invest and develop companies and technologies that have the capacity to make a difference globally.


That is why Esmaeilzadeh is going against the trend

Entrepreneur Saeid Esmaeilzadeh does not like to look for trends but wants to go his own way. With the newly started investment company Spartacus Capital, he wants to "free the people from wage slavery".


"One of my first memories is when I saw a man get killed" - Malou After Ten (TV4)

When they were only small children, one four years old and the other a newborn, they were on a life-threatening escape from Iran. Today, they are business leaders and well-known TV profile.


Podcast interview with dr. Mouna - Fact-based optimist of the year 2019

Interviews with Mouna Esmaeilzadeh., Saeid Esmaeilzadeh and Google's Sara Övreby.


Aims to build billion-dollar companies

Startup profile Saeid Esmaeilzadeh talks about the strategy for newly launched Spartacus Capital.


Saeid Esmaeilzadeh's recruitment tips - here's the question he always asks

He came to Sweden as a refugee - and now sells a company for SEK 1.5 billion. Saeid Esmaeilzadeh asks all job seekers the same thing. "What is the most exceptional thing you have done in your life?"


Thank you Sweden!

Sweden is both well-known and well-respected as an entrepreneurial country. We have a strong reputation both for our nuanced business climate, but also for our more social, soft values.


Success siblings: "We believe in the Swedish dream"

The siblings and super-entrepreneurs Mouna and Saeid Esmaeilzadeh came to Sweden as children - after a life-threatening escape from Iran.


Hidden dreams wants employees to dare to invest in their entrepreneurial dreams

“Many people want to become entrepreneurs, but think they need a few years of work experience first. Then you have a mortgage and family and do not dare to invest ”.


Entrepreneurs sell companies for billions - Gustaf Douglas one of the big winners

On Tuesday, the Serendipity group will sell the first company they started, Diamorph, for SEK 1.5 billion. The buyer is the English venture capital company Epiris, which specializes in buying and developing companies.


Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Dr Mouna believes in genetic scissors - Nyhetsmorgon (TV4)

Chemistry professor Sven Lidin, together with Dr Mouna and Saeid Esmaeilzadeh, associate professor of chemistry and entrepreneur, gives advance tips on who can win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.


This is how Ashkan Pouya and Saeid Esmaeilzadeh built the billionaire empire Serendipity Group

Despite the fact that more than thirty years have passed since the flight from Iran, Ashkan Pouya and Saeid Esmaeilzadehs are still marked by the tough journey. It has taught them to take advantage of freedom