Lenus lands new large
DKK million investment

Person som træner.

Lenus lands new large DKK million investment

The Danish health technology company Lenus has received a new venture investment of a triple-digit million DKK amount. The investment is headed by the Danish tech success 3Shapes’ founders Tais Clausen and Nikolaj Deichmann and Denmark’s Export and Investment Fund (EIFO).

Lenus is an online platform which personal trainers, coaches and other health professionals may use to create value and make a positive difference in their clients’ lives. The platform offers an all-in-one solution digitalising all stages of the client-trainer relationship, e.g. ongoing communication, meal plans and workout plans.

Lenus was formed by Bertram Thorslund in 2016 and today has more than 400 employees working from offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Hamburg, New York and Los Angeles, etc.

Accura advised Lenus and the existing group of owners in connection with this investment. Accura has been an advisor to Lenus since 2018, e.g. in connection with previous investment rounds and acquisitions. Read e.g. Lenus lands the largest series A investment in Danish history and Lenus merges with Danish competitor.