Investor kritisk over for ufrugtbar jagt på kapital i internetselskab

Danske Bluetown, der vil sprede internettet til fjerne egne af verden, har forgæves jagtet frisk kapital i en længere periode. De manglende resultater møder kritik fra investoren Lars Kolind.

Peter Ib, adm. direktør i Bluetown. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Ólafur Steinar Gestsson

Ambitionen om at sætte wifi-master op og brede internettet ud til fjerne egne af verden koster mange penge for danske Bluetown. Derfor har selskabet behov for yderligere finansiering, skriver Børsen.

Den har selskabet jagtet i over et år, men hidtil uden succes, og det får en af investorerne, Lars Kolind, til at kritisere udviklingen.

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