Private equity firm Gilde eyes growing potential in Scandinavia

Dutch private equity firm Gilde Healthcare has posted money into Danish companies twice in one week, and the capital fund sees growing potential in the Medicon Valley area.

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First came biotech company Adcendo, then came contract research organization Klifo.

Within a week, Dutch private equity firm Gilde Healthcare has made two investments in Danish companies – one through its venture arm and one through its private equity arm.

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