Planday henter trecifret millioninvestering

Danske Planday, der står bag en app til vagtplanlægning, henter investering fra en international investorklynge. Den nye kapital skal gøre selskabet globalt.

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Planday, der har til huse i København, henter en investering på 35 mio. euro (261 mio. kr.) fra en international investerklynge. Det skriver Børsen.

Det er SEB, franske Idinvest og venturefonden Creandum, der skyder penge i det danske selskab, og investeringen skal være med til at gøre selskabet globalt.

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