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What do companies of the future look like?
Partner in VF Venture Jesper Lilledal shares his perspective on edtech in this radio broadcast alongside with Tashia Dam from Area9 Lyceum, Martin Søegaard from Deloitte and host Caroline Søeborg Ahlefeldt.
Raffle.AI: Danish AI-technology with Microsoft as a collaborator gets DKK 10 million from Vaekstfonden
Raffle.AI has a clear purpose: to bring down the amount of time an employee uses to find information every day. With Microsoft as a collaborator, Raffle already has acknowledged players on board. The company has received an investment of DKK 10 million with Vaekstfonden as the lead investor and a couple of private investors to scale the technology globally.
Danish Tech Entrepreneurs get DKK 114 million investment: “The focus is now on growth and scaling”
The Danish Software company Monsido has just received an investment of 114 million DKK. The lead investor is the American fund Level Equity, which for the first time invests in a Danish company. Vækstfonden, who invested in Monsido in 2018, has also taken part of the investment round this time. well. Now, the focus is on the sales effort, especially on the European market.
Drug-free treatment against migraine accelerates its growth journey with the help from an investment from Vaekstfonden
The Medtech-company BalancAir has developed a product that for many consumers can considerably relieve or even stop the pain caused by migraine. The team behind the company has received an investment of 19 million DKK from Vaekstfonden’s investment team VF Venture as well as from other private investors. First, the ambition is to expand in Europe, and at a later stage to the US.