September 2, 2020
Founded in 2015, Singapore-headquartered digital health company Mobio Interactive announced that it has closed $1.8 million in a seed funding round. The round was led by Singapore-based Verge HealthTech Fund along with Atlas Asset Management, Creative Ventures and VC giant SOSV.
Mobio Interactive develops and commercializes clinically validated and objectively quantified software to prevent,...
October 7, 2019
French startup FeetMe, maker of a wearable device to track gait and posture, landed €9.4 million ($10.3 million) in Series A funding. LBO France led the round with participation from Kurma Diagnostics, Paris Saclay, Idinvest Partners, Seventure and SOSV.
This comes two years after the company raised its initial $2.28 million in seed funding, which was led by Kurma Diagnostics.
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August 22, 2019
This morning Shanghai-based CareVoice, a digital health startup targeting the insurance market, announced an eight-figure Series A raise totaling roughly $10 million, according to the startup. The new cash round was co-led by LUN Partners Group and an unnamed fintech fund with participation from DNA Capital, SoSV and Artesian Capital.
This comes about a year and a half after the company...
January 18, 2018
The CareVoice, a Shanghai, China-based digital health startup targeting the insurance market, has raised $2 million in early-stage funding. Haitao Capital and SOSV, two China- and US-based venture capital firms, led the round. Other Chinese and Southeast Asian investors also contributed.
The CareVoice offers a cost- and quality-transparency tool that is available to the public, but which includes...
July 6, 2017
San Francisco-based Mendel.ai, a startup that is developing an artificial intelligence-powered platform to match people with cancer to clinical trials, has raised $2 million in seed funding from DCM Ventures, BootstrapLabs, Indie Bio, LaunchCapital and SOSV. Medel.ai will use the capital to forge partnerships with hospitals and cancer genomics companies to bring the system into use.
January 7, 2016
France-based Kolibree, which has developed a smartphone-connected electric toothbrush, raised $4 million from SOSV, SEB Alliance, Innovacom, Cap Horn, and Dental Investment Group for Health.
“Kolibree began product sales in Q2 2015, with increasing gains throughout the year,” Kolibree Founder and CEO Thomas Serval said in a statement. “In addition, a new partnership with game developer Ubisoft...