Nordic Eye har fokus på udlandet efter kapitalindskud

Velhaveres indskud i venturefonden Nordic Eye betyder flere investeringer i nye virksomheder, og særligt én type virksomheder, fortæller den administrerende direktør.

Peter Warnøe, administrerende direktør i Nordic Eye | Photo: Klavs Bo Christensen/Polfoto

Venturefonden Nordic Eye er blevet mere end dobbelt så stor, efter flere velhavere, herunder medejer i Maj Invest Jeppe Christiansen, har skudt omkring 150 mio. kr. i fonden.

Kapitalindskuddet betyder, at Nordic Eye skruer op for sine investeringer i særligt udenlandske vækstvirksomheder, og venturefonden forventer at fordele indskuddet på fem-ti nye virksomheder. Det fortæller Peter Warnøe, administrerende direktør i Nordic Eye, til Børsen.

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