Danish SEED Capital is the Second most  

Active Investor in Europe


According to a new Dow Jones report, the Danish venture fund SEED Capital is the second most active investor in Europe with no fewer than 13 investments in the last quarter of 2012.

Seed invested in Libratone

The Dow Jones Venture Source Quarterly Report shows that SEED Capital made 13 investments in the last quarter of 2012, which makes the venture fund Europe’s second most active investor, only surpassed by the German High-Tech Gründerfonds. Lars Andersen, a partner in SEED Capital, is pleased with the result:

“We knew we are a very active investor but to be the second most active investor in Europe is a positive surprise. The high ranking of SEED Capital shows that Denmark possesses great entrepreneurs. Furthermore it highlights the need for pre-seed venture funds like us who invest early in the process,” says Lars Andersen to Trendsonline.

The 13 investments comprise three medtech investments and ten investments within the field of technology.

About SEED Capital:
SEED Capital is the largest early-stage venture fund in Denmark. The venture fund invests in companies within medtech and technology from Denmark and southern Sweden at the seed or even pre-seed stage.

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