"We are still burning through money, and we will do so for some years yet,"

The deficit has never been higher at Danish car-sharing firm GreenMobility, but the founder and director remain extremely optimistic about the future, even though the company has had to downgrade its ambitions.
Photo: GreenMobility
Photo: GreenMobility

GreenMobility is a company in growth, and money is being lost. However, things are going better than planned, says the car-sharing company's CEO Henrik Isaksen after presenting its annual report yesterday which showed a DKK 33.1 million record-high deficit.

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