It was otherwise not very easy to be Anders Holch Povlsen of Bestseller, the coronakrisen raged at its highest in Denmark.
Here was the billionaire a lot of criticism after he refused to pay the rent and fired a lot of employees.
Now he says to Berlingske that he, during the crisis, donated the entire 36 million kroner to the Danish health care system.
the Money went for the antibody test and the production test from China.
best-seller has indicated that they also stood behind a donation of 20,000 coats and 30,000 protective masks.
They also donated 3.3 million dollars to Doctors Without Borders, according to Berlingske.
Anders Holch Povlsen has towards the media is confirmed.
'We have been proud that we were able to help at a critical time, but that donations were attempted kept anonymous. We wanted right from the start that our assistance should be seen as PR or promotion of our company in a situation where many were affected by the accident. The effort comes from skilled colleagues from many parts of our organizations that have offered to solve a problem that concerned us all, in the attempt to contribute to a more rapid re-opening of the country', says in a written response.
Friday came, otherwise, it forward, to best-seller went into receivership in Canada.
the Request for konkursbeskyttelse was allegedly filed on Tuesday. Konkursbeskyttelse means that the company can avoid paying their creditors, while they are working on a overlevelsesplan. This plan must be approved by the authorities.
Konkursbeskyttelse is the last step before an actual bankruptcy.
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