Internationale investorer poster milliarder i danske startups

Der er allerede investeret flere milliarder i danske startups i 2018, viser ny opgørelse. Vi kommer til at se mange flere af den slags investeringer i de kommende år, lyder det fra international venturefond.

Danske Planday offentliggjorde i sidste uge, at selskabet har rejst 250 mio. kr. i frisk kapital. | Photo: PR/Planday

I sidste uge kunne danske Planday offentliggøre, at it-selskabet har rejst 250 mio. kr. i en ny investeringsrunde. Sammen med øvrige kapitalrejsninger i 2018 betyder det, at der er kurs mod et rekordår, når det kommer til ventureinvesteringer i danske startups.

Det skriver Berlingske.

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