Karlsruhe-based healthtech raises capital for the first time
Heyvie wants to make neurocentric training accessible to the masses. The founders have now obtained support for this, including from APX.
The healthtech Heyvie was able to raise 400,000 euros in its first round of financing. The Karlsruhe-based company convinced venture capitalists Calm/Storm Ventures and APX. In addition, several business angels participated, as the start-up announced.
Heyvie strives to make the so-called neurocentric training accessible to the masses. This training is a method to combat mental and physical ailments on the brain. Until now, this was only possible with a few certified trainers, but with the help of Heyvie's app, neurocentric training will now be available to everyone, according to the company.
Hady Daboul and Marius Krämer are behind the company. Daboul, a trained physician, acts as Chief Science Officer and developed the algorithm behind the app. Krämer is responsible for the business side and has already gained experience in other start-ups.
Daboul and Krämer have ten employees just a few months after founding the company, and they are now planning the beta launch of their program shortly.
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