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During the last couple of months, we talked to a Japanese company that produces products within the healthcare industry, on how to access the Scandinavian market. This company documents their products well and focuses on relevant problems; however, having a hard time untying the knot, we needed to turn the perspective.
I sommeren 2016 arbejde jeg med projektet ColorBox for virksomheden Choice.
Som en del af koncept udviklingen blev projektet bl.a. optager i Den Sociale Kapitalfonds vækst program. I den forbindele tog jeg en snak med Ulrik Haumann direktør i Den Sociale Kapitalfond.
Link til Den Sociale Kapitalfond: http://www.densocialekapitalfond.dk/
Link til Choice: http://www.choice.dk
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