Storinvestorer er sultne efter københavnske madkoncepter

Kapitalfonde og internationale investeringsselskaber har i den grad fået øjnene op for den danske restaurationsbranche. Profitable mad- og kædekoncepter og er den del af forklaringen, lyder det.

Cocks & Cows blev fredag opkøbt af finske Restamax. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Stine Bidstrup

Danske restauranter går som varmt brød så at sige. De store kapitalfonde og internationale investeringsselskaber har for alvor fået øjnene op for de danske madkæder som investeringsobjekter.

Ifølge Berlingske Business skyldes den store interesse, at selskaberne har formået at skabe skarpe koncepter og bæredygtige forretningsmodeller.

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