Pharmacosmos expects massive growth in four years

The company’s new chief executive has ambitions of reaching a DKK 2.5bn (USD 325m) revenue within the time frame.

Tobias S. Christensen (th.) overtog tidligere i år rollen som adm. direktør fra sin far, Lars Christensen (tv.). | Photo: Pharmacosmos / PR

Though Pharmacosmos booked a DKK 1.3bn (USD 169m) revenue and top-line growth of 56% in its last quarterly report, the company’s new chief executive, Tobias Christensen, is setting his sights a little higher, reports Danish business daily Børsen. He expects Pharmacosmos to reach a DKK 2.5bn (USD 325m) revenue within four years, mostly due to the company’s intravenous (IV) iron deficiency treatment, Monofer.

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