Once again, Seaborg, a Danish developer of compact molten salt nuclear reactors, continues to walk the line between being a startup and a scale-up company. With that said, the balance seems to be quickly tilting in favor of the latter with recent announcements of considerable cash injections coming from players such as compatriot fashion brand Bestseller's owner, Anders Holch Poulsen.
Now Seaborg presents yet another distinguished recruit hired to keep the company's finances in order.
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