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Distributionsforretninger egner sig godt til kapitalfonde

Capidea har haft succes med at udvikle forretninger, der satser på eftermarkedet i forskellige brancher. Den type virksomheder egner sig samtidig godt til parløb mellem kapitalfonde. Capidea er tæt på anden closing i sin tredje fond, der bliver større end de forrige.

Erik Balleby Jensen | Photo: PR

Distributionsforretninger, der opererer i et eftermarked for reservedele, hvad enten til det er til biler, IT-udstyr eller andet, kan udvikles til særdeles givtige forretninger. Også selvom de binder mange penge i lagre og har en relativ lav omsætningshastighed.

Det har kapitalfonden Capidea oplevet i flere tilfælde.

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