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Venturefonde flokkes om danske virksomheder

De danske startup-virksomheder har allerede nu rejst næsten tre gange så meget venturekapital som sidste år.

Folkene bag startup-virksomheden Planday | Photo: PR/Planday

Danske Startup-virksomheder er populære hos de europæiske venturefonde, og i løbet af årets første ti måneder er der rejst mere end 2 mia. kr. i venturekapital, mens der blev rejst 716 mio. kr. i hele 2017 og 390 mio. kr. i 2016. Det viser en foreløbig opgørelse foretaget af brancheforeningen for venture- og kapitalfonde i Danmark, DVCA, skriver Berlingske.

"Vi ser en stor mulighed her. Vi har på det seneste investeret meget i Danmark. Vi har faktisk investeret mere i Danmark end i Tyskland de seneste to år," siger Bernard Liautaud, ledende partner i Balderton Capital, til Berlingske.

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