James Palm (born 11 January 1971 in Limhamn, Sweden) is an IT-entrepreneur and founder/co-founder of dot-com companies such as Momail and InteraktionsBolaget during the early 2000s. In the late 2000s he became a public figure together with Roger Grönberg as their company Momail was ranked as one of Sweden's top five most promising IT-companies when Gartner selected them for "Cool Vendors in Mobile and Wireless" in 2008, and they won the Red Herring 100 Europe Award in 2008.

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  • James Palm (born 11 January 1971 in Limhamn, Sweden) is an IT-entrepreneur and founder/co-founder of dot-com companies such as Momail and InteraktionsBolaget during the early 2000s. In the late 2000s he became a public figure together with Roger Grönberg as their company Momail was ranked as one of Sweden's top five most promising IT-companies when Gartner selected them for "Cool Vendors in Mobile and Wireless" in 2008, and they won the Red Herring 100 Europe Award in 2008. (en)
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