SwabTech Live on SyndicateRoom

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Triteq is working alongside SwabTech to support their innovative medical device development which has the potential to dramatically improve patient recovery times and reduce NHS costs.

As part of their funding strategy On Monday 9th May we joined SwabTech and over 650 investors  at The Mermaid Theatre, London at an excellent event hosted by SyndicateRoom which was founded by Goncalo de Vasconcelos,  who is also the CEO. The organisation raised its £1.2 million growth funding on its own site in just 33 hours.

SwabTech are pleased to report that initial interest has already translated into new investors committing funds to their enhanced blood recovery technology development.

To date, Syndicate Room has helped over 30 companies raise more than £20 million, with the average round being more than £600,000 and the average amount from each investor being £15,000 per investment. Notably, there has yet to be a single failure amongst the businesses SyndicateRoom has funded. “Cambridge-based Syndicate Room raised its £1.2 million growth funding on its own site in just 33 hours.”

In our role as product designers, we work closely with the people at the forefront of new and life-changing medical device development. Getting the right funding at the right time and from the right partners is vital for a swift and successful route to market and so it is exciting to see SyndicateRoom achieve their outstanding result.

To find out more about the exciting opportunity presented by SwabTech, call Ken Hall at Triteq on +441488 684554.


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