Marie-Laure Mahé is heading up the recently launched corporate venture capital subsidiary of health and hygeine product maker Essity.
Sweden-based health and hygiene technology provider Essity has unveiled a strategic venture capital unit headed by Marie-Laure Mahé (pictured). Essity Ventures said: “By partnering with startups, we aim to develop new business models, digital solutions and digitally enabled products, while accelerating our journey towards circularity and sustainability.”
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