Karmafy a Triple Winner at Malta Business Review's "Malta's Best Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2018"

Sliema, Malta - 25/09/2018 - Karmafy has been named winner of "Best Startup" in Malta Business Review's (MBR) "Best Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2018", honouring best-in-class startup and entrepreneurial initiatives in Malta. MBR named the 2018 award winners at their annual awards ceremony, one of the largest gatherings of local startup and business entrepreneurs in Malta.

The MBR awards are an annual event that seeks to recognise companies and individuals that have shown excellence in their respective fields. The MBR Startup and Entrepreneur awards specifically looks at new and developing business in Malta.


"To be recognised by our peers and voted on by such an esteemed panel of judges gives us a massive boost," said Jonas Eneroth, CEO of Karmafy, "our team has demonstrated social responsibility and a real startup spirit and we look forward to empowering many companies to do the same."

The MBR Best of Awards were designed and developed in partnership with the European Enterprise Network and The Office of the President of Malta. The judging panel was comprised of experienced professionals in Malta having been past winners and/or active as entrepreneurs and business leaders.

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Karmafy was nominated in five categories and won in three:

  • Startup / Entrepreneur of the Year 2018

  • Technology / Web Developer of the Year 2018

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Entrepreneur of the Year 2018

About Karmafy

Karmafy develops a social currency for doing good by building an engagement engine for video game developers and other online experiences. The Karmafy platform is a B2B service for helping developers drive engagement and retention while letting end-users do good through a unique and fun gamification layer.

Jonas Eneroth is CEO and co-founder of Karmafy. There he works with an exceptional team to drive CSR through the development of their flexible B2B philanthropy platform. The Karmafy engine enables real-world impact and strengthens company KPIs through doing good. Prior to Karmafy, Jonas led development of several award-winning video games and worked with industry leaders such as IO, Bungie and Square-Enix. A graduate of Georgetown University, he combines strong entrepreneurial skills with a focus on current and future technologies.