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High-Tech Gründerfonds invests in medical engineering of the future

18-Oct-2018

Kumovis develops 3D printers specifically for medical technology. With its technology the team of Kumovis enables the manufacturing of individualized medical products, like patient-customized implants. The HTGF now participates in the seed financing round. This investment especially supports ...

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c-LEcta lays foundation for further growth and closes financing round

New CFO Thomas Pfaadt to manage and support growth

27-Aug-2018

c-LEcta has closed a financing round with Capricorn Venture Partners and the German investment company bm|t. The capital increase provides the company with growth capital as well as valuable access to an international network. c-LEcta already has a diversified shareholder structure. In addition ...

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HTGF invests in biotech start-up adivo

Pet therapeutic antibody firm adivo announces closure of seed-financing round

22-Aug-2018

German biotech company adivo specializing in generating species-specific therapeutic antibodies for companion animals announces that it received a seed financing from three investors. The adivo team aims to address high medical needs in dogs including cancer and chronic inflammation, with the ...

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Medical technology start-up receives 2.5 million euros

14-Aug-2018

The GWA Hygiene is fighting hospital germs and thus reducing the risk of their spread. The company from Stralsund combines innovative medical technology with modern information technology. The NosoEx system developed by the startup has already successfully passed the practical test at 70 wards in ...

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High-Tech Gründerfonds III: Second closing passes all expectations at 316.5 million Euro

30-May-2018

At the Family Day 2018 in Bonn, the High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) announced – in front of more than 1,000 participants from the German and international startup scene – the second closing of the HTGF, which amounted to 316.5 million Euros. The seed-stage investor is continuing the success story ...

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Zimmer BioTech expands development team

Spin-off of Neu-Ulm-based medical device producer develops drug to treat skin cancer

29-May-2018

In Dr. Reinhold Gahlmann and Stuart Marcus, Neu-Ulm-based Zimmer BioTech has now hired two experts in the field of pharmaceutical development. As Head of Clinical Development, Dr. Gahlmann will be responsible for establishing and implementing the clinical development programme right through to ...

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neotiv secures seed funding from High-Tech Gründerfonds

17-Jan-2018

From basic research straight to a digital medical product: this vision has been turned into reality by neotiv. The team headed by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Chris Rehse and dementia researcher Prof. Emrah Düzel develops user-friendly apps that are able to measure the psychological effects of ...

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Optimizing costs for companies with on-site power generation

Frankfurt-based startup node.energy GmbH secures financing

15-Dec-2017

High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) and 5 Business Angels are investing together just under 1 million euros in node.energy GmbH. The company develops software to optimize energy costs for companies with on-site power generation. The funding will be used to further develop the software and to finance ...

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Focus on Medical Device Regulation

BVMed, Earlybird, High-Tech Gründerfonds and BIOCOM publish “MedTech Radar 9”

15-Nov-2017

The EU Medical Device Regulation heralds a new era for the medical technology sector: in future, any company wishing to bring medical devices to market must face the requirements of this new regulatory framework. This implies a sizeable challenge for the many small and medium-sized enterprises in ...

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BORN2GROW supports biotech start-up Venneos with its further growth

27-Sep-2017

Venture capital fund BORN2GROW has invested in Stuttgart-based Venneos GmbH in the current round of series A financing. The start-up is successfully developing and marketing the CAN-Q – a silicon chip-based imaging system for analysing biological cells. “We are thrilled to have BORN2GROW ...

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