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Bestseller-ejers selskab investerer i aarhusiansk biotek

Bestseller-ejer Anders Holch Povlsen har investeret penge i et selskab, der skal lave bio-tekstiler. Det sker gennem selskabet Brightfolk, der er gået sammen med et aarhusiansk biotek-selskab.

Anders Holch Povlsen | Photo: ritzau/PR FOTO/Arkiv

Bestseller-ejer Anders Holch Povlsen går ind i biotek-verdenen. Det sker i samarbejde med det aarhusianske selskab Pond, der udvikler biologisk nedbrydelige tekstiler. Investeringen er lavet gennem Anders Holch Povlsens selskab Brightfolk, skriver Børsen.

Investeringen har resulteret i et nyt selskab, Pond Textile A/S. Et selskab, som Brightfolk ejer mellem en tredjedel og halvdelen af, skriver Børsen. Direktør og medstifter af Pond, Thomas Brorsen Pedersen, vil dog ikke sige noget til avisen om størrelsen på indskuddet fra Anders Holch Povlsen.

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