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Capnova-folk efterladt i vadested

Ingen har interesse i at trække stikket på de investeringer, som blandt andet staten har foretaget i innovationsmiljøerne, siger direktør for Capnova, hvor man fortsat afventer, hvordan fremtiden kan komme til at se ud for de 110 selskaber, der findes i porteføljen.

Lars Stigel, direktør i capnova. | Photo: Capnova/PR

De otte tilbageværende medarbejdere i investeringsselskabet Capnova, som i sidste uge blev fraspaltet det, der nu hedder Spring Nordic, står i et vadested, hvor man skal finde ud af, hvordan virkeligheden skal se ud efter 2019.

Det fortæller direktør Lars Stigel til FødevareWatch.

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