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Tysk venturefond følger danske robotfirmaer tæt

Den tyske venturefond btov ser gode investeringsmuligheder i Danmark inden for fleksible robotter og er imponeret af økosystemet. "Det tager ganske vist tid at udvikle industrielle robotvirksomheder. Til gengæld er værditilvæksten så meget desto større, når det lykkes," siger partner i fonden Benedikt Kronberger.

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Den tyske venturefond btov, der har 420 mio. euro under forvaltning, er begyndt at interessere sig for den danske robotklynge. Fonden holder til i München, og navnet 'btov' er skabt som en form for sammentrækning af brain to ventures.

Den danske robotklynge, der særligt centrerer sig omkring Odense, består af 120 selskaber med 3.200 ansatte. Klyngens lokomotiver er virksomhederne Universal Robots og Mobile Industrial Robots, som begge er solgt til amerikanske Teradyne for i alt 4 mia. kr.

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