13 November, 2018
Kista, November 13, 2018. Toutatis AB (“Toutatis”) extends operations in its franchise agreement with Chordate Medical AB (“Chordate”), the subsidiary of Chordate Medical Holding AB (publ). On the fourth of December, Toutatis opens a K.O.S-clinic in Gothenburg, which offers private-paying patients Chordate’s treatment for non-allergic rhinitis (“nasal congestion”).
“As we have previously communicated, we will continue to process the Swedish market with our B2C model. It is gratifying that, within the framework of our franchise agreement, we can note that Toutatis is expanding its operations with a clinic in Gothenburg, which is already receiving bookings for the start of December 4th. We will continue to increase our presence in Sweden by adding additional franchise clinics to our B2C concept” says Anders Weilandt, CEO of Chordate.
For more information, please contact:Anders Weilandt, CEOanders.email@example.comPhone: +46 (0) 733 87 42 77
Information:The information was provided, through the contact of the above contact person,for publication on November 13, 2018 at. 08:30 CET.
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