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Novo Seeds starter nyt rådgivningsselskab: "Behovet er kæmpestort"

Novo Seeds har startet selskabet Biorigin, der med en række erfarne life science-folk tilknyttet skal fungere som rådgivningsenhed for seed-fonden. "Behovet er kæmpestort, og også større end det lille initiativ, vi er startet med her," lyder det fra seniorpartner Stephan Christgau.

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Novo Seeds, som står for de tidlige investeringsinitiativer for kapitalfonden Novo Holdings, har torsdag formelt lanceret en ny rådgivningsafdeling for life science-selskaber i de tidlige stadier. Den ligger i selskabet Biorigin, der er ejet og finansieret af Novo Seeds, men vil drives uafhængigt af fonden.

Beslutningen om at oprette den nye rådgivningsvirksomhed er truffet, fordi man har set et øget behov for hjælp og vejledning til de mange tidlige projekter, som får penge fra enten Novo Seeds eller såkaldte preseed-bevillinger fra Novo Nordisk Fonden.

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