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Hixme Receives USD14.1m For Health Benefit Platform

Hixme, a US-based health benefit platform, has received USD14.1m in Series B funding led by Propel Venture Partners, with participation from Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB), Transamerica Ventures and Rosemark Capital. Hixme will use the funds to grow its product.

Read More25 Oct 16
Allergy Amulet Secures USD1.1m For Detection Device

US-based portable, food allergen detection device developer, Allergy Amulet has secured USD1.1m funding from Colle Capital, Bulldog Innovation Group, Foley Ventures, Gopher Angels, Mendota Venture Capital, and the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation. The new funding will help the start up to increase its team, scale product development, and start the beta testing of its prototype.

Read More24 Oct 16
surgiQ Scores USD235,000 For Healthtech

surgiQ, an Italy-based healthtech startup, has scored USD235,000 in funding led by Wolsey Ventures with participation from Widening, Aitek, and Angels For Innovation. surgiQ intends to use the funds to further develop its platform and accelerate international expansion.

Read More19 Oct 16

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