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14-09-2020

The Danish Green Future Fund is now a reality: Billions are on their way to green businesses.

Denmark has just received the Green Future Fund that aims to secure financing for green solutions. Late 2019, the Future Fund was decided upon, and now the final agreement is settled. With the framework in place, the Danish Green Future Fund can now begin to finance green companies and entrepreneurs.

Vækstfonden
09-10-2020

EG acquires Sigma Estimates

As part of a strategy to strengthen software solutions for the Scandinavian construction market, the software company Sigma Estimates A/S has now been acquired by EG A/S.

Onrobot
02-10-2020

OnRobot presenting their newest product: The robot industry flocked to Copenhagen

It was a sight for sore eyes when OnRobot hosted their event in Copenhagen presenting their newest product. A representative from almost every robot manufacturer was present, including ABB, KUKA, Universal Robots, Kawasaki, Yaskawa and Mitsubishi. Now workplaces can automate polishing tasks in a simple and effective matter, OnRobot revealed, and their CEO Enrico Krog Iversen states that they are expanding the production capacity to a yearly global production of 100,000 units.

Nanovi
24-09-2020

Publication of Nanovi’s liquid fiducial markers reveals big potential

Copenhagen, 16 September 2020 ‐ Nanovi informs that the platform technology behind the company and its portfolio of liquid fiducial markers has been published in Science Advances. Science Advances is one of the world’s top‐ranked scientific journals. The publication presents a unique, adaptable liquid soft tissue marker system based on functionalized carbohydrates (Carbo-gel). The publication also reveals broad medical application relevance for the system in radiation therapy and surgery.

PlantJammer
13-08-2020

Plant Jammer receives first investment of €4 million: The vision is to inspire a billion people towards plant-based diets

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark Plant Jammer is using AI technology to provide an effortless solution to the daily dilemma of many people: they want to eat more healthily and more sustainably. Danish Vækstfonden and Germany-based global corporates Dr. Oetker and Miele Ventures have together invested approximately €4 million in the Danish foodtech start-up to accelerate their development and international expansion.

Danish Venture Transactions

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