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Svensk venturefond investerer i dansk kontorplatform

En nystartet dansk iværksættervirksomhed har fået et kapitalindskud på 12 mio. kr. fra den svenske venturefond Creandum.

Iværksætterne Morten Meisner og Mik Strøyberg. | Photo: PR

Blot ti måneder efter starten i januar henter den danske kontorplatform Good Monday 12 mio. kr. fra den svenske venturefond Creandum, skriver Børsen. Ifølge erhvervsdatabasen BIQ har svenskerne for de penge fået en ejerandel på 15-20 pct., og i foråret hentede Good Monday 3 mio. kr. fra Seed Capital og Preseed Ventures, der er minoritetsejere.

Bag Good Monday står íværksætterne Mik Strøyberg og Morten Meisner, der flere gange før har stiftet virksomheder. De blev tjente stort, da de solgte Lemonsqueeze til Knotel, og da Mofibo blev opkøbt af Storytel for 100 mio. kr. i 2016.

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