Young Danish electronics company expands activities to UK and Germany  

Homelinc plans to market its successful Palmbutler product to a wider audience

The Danish electronics company Homelinc is preparing to extend its marketing activities to the UK and Germany. Homelinc has developed a product called Palmbutler, a "black box" which connects the PC, TV and Hi-fi together to form an integrated home entertainment system. The product has made a successful start in Denmark, and is already marketed in Sweden and Norway.


Founded just four years ago, Homelinc is 70% owned by the venture company Preventure, which describes Homelinc as the company in its portfolio with the greatest potential. Preventure's latest accounts set the market value of Homelinc at DKK 75 million (USD 9.7 million). The news is reported by Erhvervsbladet.

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