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An office, a lab and EUR 50,000 – that’s all Lidia Nachbaur needed to start Qventis, a medical devices firm in Hennigsdorf, a small town in the state of Brandenburg, outside Berlin. It was here in 2016 that Nachbaur, a chemist from Portugal with 18 years’ experience in the medical devices industry, took a chance and founded her start-up.
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