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Wealthy family and former Pandora exec pump millions into welfare technology

Danish company Suma Care that developed an "intelligent diaper" for the nursing care sector has received a million investment from former CMO in Pandora, Thomas Ryge, and the Zibrandtsen family's tech-hub inQvation. The company is now preparing for launching the product in the first European countries.

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Once again, the wealthy Zibrandtsen family, who sold telecommunications company GlobalConnect for a billion-sum in 2017, has grown fond enough of Danish life science to pump millions into a company.

After investing in the firm Cortrium few weeks ago, the family has joined forces with former chief marketing officer (CMO) in Pandora and current business angel, Thomas Ryge, to invest a "large million sum" in the company Suma Care.

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