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RadiCover has had a wide covered in the medias over time, Please find the full picture and all articles, TV presents etc. below


RadiCover receives millions from investors

Published at 28 Jul 2017 RadiCover receives millions

This July 2017, RadiCover has signed an agreement with a group of investors who will contribute to the expansion of RadiCover’s anti-radiation concept in the rest of Europe. 3 years after the start-up of RadiCover, CEO Enrico Kaarsberg and partner Kim Jensen welcome onboard a group of ambitious investors joining the company for the next chapter of RadiCover Europe is calling “We wish to make our popular anti-radiation product concept available to and protect as many people as possible, and the next step is to expand the market from Denmark, Norway and Sweden to the remaining 425 millions European consumers of wireless devices”, CEO Enrico Kaarsberg reports.

“I see a huge global potential, which makes RadiCover very interesting”
- Co-investor and founder of stylepit/ Christian Bjerre Kusk.

“The development in wireless devices is happening so fast that we can barely keep up with all the new models entering the market. Some of the means from the investors will be used for this but we are also looking into introducing new products. However, the majority of the means is targeted at the further expansion that is very resource demanding, which is also why we are planning to hire more people within the next couple of months – focused on export sales and marketing in particular.”

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Article: Danish Company Sets Up To Protect People From Mobile Radiation

RadiCover founders

published at 18 Jan 2016

Many people fear radiation from wireless devices - only few take action.
Four out of five adult Danes believe that radiation from mobile phones and tablets may pose a health risk - one in every four is seriously concerned. Still only one in every ten is taking action to protect themselves.

Read the article from NORDJYSKE Stiftstidende: January 20, 2015 here (in Danish)