Mattias Kaneteg | House of K Investment LTD


I am the founder and CEO of Miss Group a fast growing hosting company, Miss Group has in only 6 years got over 650 000 customers, 55 million euro turnover a EBITDA of close to 50% and 350 staff we have offices in London , Sofia, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Vilnius, Åbo, Madrid, Almeria and Tulsa.

Northern Tech Awards 2020

The winner of the Fastest Growing Company of the Year is Miss Group, an international web hosting group. The Manchester-based company increased revenues by 232% between 2017 and 2019, recently secured £20m funding from HSBC UK, and made its 10th acquisition in the past two years acquiring Euronic in April 2020.

BGF exits investment in Miss Group as Perwyn acquires majority position

BGF has successfully exited its investment in fast-growth web hosting company, Miss Group, as financial backing has been secured from private equity investor Perwyn.

Miss Group, which offers services including web hosting, domain registration and VPS to SMEs, received an initial £6.4m from BGF in August 2018. This was followed by a further £13m investment to accelerate its international expansion strategy in 2019. Previously Miss Group also received funding from Harbert European Growth Capital.

Led by CEO Mattias Kaneteg, Miss Group has completed seven acquisitions across Scandinavia, Spain and the US since BGF invested as a minority equity partner. The business has also posted strong organic growth, outpacing competitors across all markets. Revenue has grown from £8m to £25m since BGF’s investment and EBITDA has increased from £2.5m to £11m.”

About Mattias Kaneteg

Mattias Kaneteg founded he’s first company when he was 15 years old selling security for cars, then when he turned 20 sold it and the company had then grown to around 50 people.

After living in USA for a year Mattias returned home to Sweden and started study for a year. In 1998 Mattias founded he’s first Internet Company that was an analytic company and he sold it one year later. After working for channel 5 (Kanal 5), one of the biggest TV channels in Sweden, for a short while he then started Eastpoint. The business idea was simple, create cheap homepages for SMBs and then sell them webhosting at the same time.

In 2001 Eastpoint had around 5000 customers and we had grown to 12 people and Mattias decided to focus more on the hosting part. So, with cash generated from the company he started to buy web hosting companies and in 2005 Eastpoint had acquired 11 web hosting companies and Crystone was now founded in the group. It had become one of the biggest domain and shared hosting companies in Scandinavia.

In 2006 Mattias listed Eastpoint and today the name of the group is the Binero Group (Online Group Publ) and they was market leaders in Scandinavia in Shared Webhosting. In the end of 2013 he left Online Group after 15 years and founded Miss Group.

Mattias Kaneteg is the founder and CEO of Miss Group a fast growing hosting company, Miss Group has in only 6 years got over 500 000 customers and offices in London , Sofia, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Tulsa. BGF exits investment in Miss Group as Perwyn acquires majority position:

”BGF has successfully exited its investment in fast-growth web hosting company, Miss Group, as financial backing has been secured from private equity investor Perwyn. Miss Group, which offers services including web hosting, domain registration and VPS to SMEs, received an initial £6.4m from BGF in August 2018. This was followed by a further £13m investment to accelerate its international expansion strategy in 2019. Previously Miss Group also received funding from Harbert European Growth Capital. Led by CEO Mattias Kaneteg, Miss Group has completed seven acquisitions across Scandinavia, Spain and the US since BGF invested as a minority equity partner. The business has also posted strong organic growth, outpacing competitors across all markets. Revenue has grown from £8m to £25m since BGF’s investment and EBITDA has increased from £2.5m to £11m.”

Over the years Mattias Kaneteg have started, invested in, and acquired over 40 companies.