We have an enormous respect for facts and figures, evidence and analytics.
These things act like a solid foundation, firm ground below our feet.
Allowing us to leap faster and further into the unknown.
If we condensate it to a minimum you could say that we deliver services
clustered into three themes; M&A, Strategy and Business Improvement.
Below are some examples of work we’ve done and our takes
on current topics. We hope you enjoy the read!
Healthcare costs are increasing. The population is getting older. Doctors are scarce and expensive. While treatments have improved, distribution has been unchanged for decades. But hey, new technology is about to change the health system for good. A digital visit is way cheaper than a regular appointment to a physician and makes psychologists a lot more accessible. The geographical dependency is zero and creates much needed flexibility to fit today’s lifestyle. As if this wasn’t enough, we can use AI to improve scheduling efficiency, as well as VR and AR to set certain diagnoses. Connecting healthcare professionals and patients through an app enables anyone, anywhere to get the help they need – and we’re super excited to work with the innovators making this possible.
Stella Capital acquires Swedish online brands Soft Goat, quality cashmere garments, and By Malina, female fashion brand, and we would like to give warm congratulations to the involved parties. We are excited to have been part of this transaction as strategic advisors to Stella Capital together with our ARC Arise Consulting colleaugues from Curamando. Read more about what Cupole do here
We want to give our warmest congratulations to SD Worx and Aditro on the announcement that SD Worx are continuing their growth with the acquisition of Aditro. We also want to thank Aditro and their past shareholder R12 Kapital for their trust in us as strategic advisors. Read more about what Cupole do here
Feeding a population of >9 billion by 2050 is a global challenge. How can innovation help us overcome future resource scarcity? Bugs, plant-based “meat” and fish farming on land are some of the most fashionable (food) ideas for saving our planet. And it looks promising. Aquaculture is today the fastest growing food sector globally, solving plenty of problems but also posing challenges both in the waters and in transportation. Large-scale production on land, however, allows for farming fish right next to the end customer and might be commercially viable and reach critical volumes already by 2020. Is this one of the solutions we should be counting on or should we look elsewhere?
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