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Tvede og Warnøes venturefond bliver global – det er ikke nok med Norden

En netværksbaseret investeringsstrategi har trukket Lars Tvede og Peter Warnøes venturefond mod USA og tæt på Airbnb, blockchain og industrirobotter. Hvor andre ventureselskaber vil være 'founder friendly', er Nordic Eye 'founder engaged'.

Investor, forfatter og aktieekspert Lars Tvede er medstifter af Nordic Eye. | Photo: PR

Den halvandet år gamle venturefond Nordic Eye, som er stiftet af de to højprofilerede erhvervsfolk Lars Tvede og Peter Warnøe, er ikke så nordisk, at det gør noget.

Faktisk er venturefondens ambition nu at blive global, for det er ikke nok at have et nordisk fokus, hvis man vil gøre de gode investeringer. Erfaringen har nemlig vist, at mange af de mest nyskabende nordiske cases er på et stade, hvor det endnu er for tidligt for en venturefond at gå ind.

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