Sunday August 9, 2020

Danish investor buys into Little’s media start-up

FST Growth is the lead investor in Kinzen’s €725,000 funding round

2nd August, 2020
Mark Little and Áine Kerr of Kinzen. Picture: Fergal Phillips

FST Growth, a Danish investor, has bought into Kinzen, the media start-up founded by Mark Little and Áine Kerr, as it moves into a new development phase.

FST Growth is a €50 million-backed investment firm linked to Fyens Stiftstidende, a daily newspaper in Denmark, and the Den Fynske Bladfond foundation, a related fund. It is the lead investor in the €725,000 funding, which is believed to be part of an imminent larger investment...

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