Positive thinking skyrockets at Nordic venture funds

More than half of the Nordic region’s venture capital funds are more optimistic than they were a year ago about the future of the VC in their part of the world.

Venture capitalists eyes strong investment opportunities in Nordic-based life sceince companies.

The four Nordic venture capital and private equity associations – the DVCA, FVCA, NVCA and SVCA –have surveyed their members about the VC community's future prospect in the Nordic region.

The survey shows that optimism in Nordic VC funds is loomingly large, as 56 percent of the respondents are more optimistic about the future of Nordic VC today compared to 12 months ago.

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