Stockholm-based digital healthcare provider Kry, called Livi in the UK and France, raised €262 million in a Series D round in May, highlighting how investor interest in healthtech is not abating, even as coronavirus lockdowns lift and people can go back to their doctors. “The underlying megatrend was obviously there before the pandemic, and a […]
In today’s show, we talk with Johannes Schildt, CEO and co-founder at Kry (aka Livi), a European telehealth unicorn that employs thousands of people across continents.
Vamstar, a London-based startup creating an AI-powered B2B marketplace for the healthcare industry, has raised a $1.7 million seed round led by btov, with participation from Antler and Begin Capital. The company wants to transform sourcing and procurement in healthcare — and it seems to already be making quite a dent. Vamstar claims its platform […]
Kenbi, a German startup that’s developing software to help nurses and fill gaps in the healthcare system, has raised €7 million in seed funding. The round was led by Redalpine, with existing investors Heartcore, e.ventures, and Partech on board as well. With a predicted shortage of up to 500,000 caregivers in the German system by […]
Ambler, a Paris-based medical transportation platform, has raised a €6 million Series A round from Bpifrance via its Digital Venture division, Idinvest Partners, Partech and Kima Ventures. All three VCs participated in the startup’s €1.5 million seed round last year. The platform helps health institutions manage non-emergency patient transport, such as inter-hospital transfers, by organising […]
Elder, a UK healthcare alternative for seniors, has raised £8.2 million (€10 million) in Series B funding, led by Munich-based Acton Capital with participation from existing investors such as MMC Ventures. With aging populations in many countries around the world, Elder is looking for a solution to what it deems a “social care crisis.” The […]
Paris-based digital health startup Sim&Cure has landed €3 million in funding from Elaia and IT Translation. The company says that its product has already been used to treat more than 1,500 patients in 250 hospitals. Founded in 2014, Sim&Cure is currently working on Sim&Size, a software suite that helps to treat brain aneurysm, which is […]