KRY, a Swedish digital healthcare company, is launching a new web-based platform that allows healthcare professionals to hold video consultations with their patients. Care Connect is designed as a secure method for patients to access healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Maintaining patients’ access to healthcare whilst keeping our population safe from the spread of infection […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the €140 million funding round for Sweden’s KRY, Brexit and the future of R&D funding in the EU, the Friend of a Friend standard, and more. In addition to that, listen to interviews with KRY’s Sabina Wizander, Luna’s Andrew Fleury, and Blue Duck Scooters’ Peter McGannon Gomez.
And the first mega round for a European tech company in 2020 is a fact, with Stockholm-based digital healthcare provider KRY scoring €140 million in funding as it gears up for further expansion in Europe. The Series C round was led by Canada’s largest single-profession pension plan (Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan) through its Teachers’ Innovation […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discussed Deliveroo’s funding round led by Amazon, demonisation of tech firms, healthtech startups, upcoming events, and much more. We’ve also prepared an interview with Sabina Wizander from Kry.
Swedish digital healthcare startup KRY has secured a €53 million Series B funding round led by Index Ventures with participation from existing investors: Accel, Creandum, and Project A. The company, which has raised a total of €79 million to date, is planning to use the money to fuel the expansion of its video consultation app […]
Digital health startup KRY has raised €20 million in its Series A round led by Accel. Previous investors Index Ventures, Creandum, and Project A also participated. The Swedish company provides video-based doctor consultations for patients via an app. It will invest the money into reaching new markets; it’s currently available in Sweden, Norway, and Spain. […]
DOC+, a Russian digital health tech startup, has raised $5 million in a Series B round from Yandex and Baring Vostok. The Moscow-based startup provides an on-demand service for doctor visits and remote telemedicine consultations. The new injection of money will be used to continue the development of these services. The Russian legislature is currently […]