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Millionensumme unterstützt digitale Therapiebegleitung Mika auf dem Weg zur „App auf Rezept“

Das Berliner Digital Health Unternehmen Fosanis, Anbieter der Mika-App, hat in einer weiteren Finanzierungsrunde einen Millionenbetrag eingesammelt. Mika ist die erste deutsche, als Medizinprodukt zugelassene digitale Therapiebegleitung für Krebspatient:innen. Zu den Kapitalgebern gehören der paneuropäische Wagniskapitalgeber Ananda Impact Ventures, die IBB Ventures und die Beteiligungsgesellschaft Evodia. Außerdem bezieht Fosanis Mittel aus dem ProFIT-Programm der Investitionsbank Berlin.

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London’s DrDoctor secures £3m to expand patient platform

HealthTech firm DrDoctor has raised £3m in Series A investment from venture capital firms Ananda Impact Ventures and 24Haymarket.

The new capital will be used to hire across the business and add new functionality to DrDoctor’s patient communication platform, which is designed to update the way hospitals communicate with their patients.

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Ananda Impact Ventures invests in Smart e-Mobility provider EcoG

Ananda Impact Ventures is excited to welcome EcoG, a provider for smart, connected mobility, to our portfolio.

EcoG provides an open, hardware-agnostic IoT operating system for e-mobility charging. By addressing several systemic needs, the company enables the accelerated rollout of carbon neutral mobility.
Ananda invested alongside Helen Ventures and existing investors TechStars, Katapult and Fontinalis in a EUR 1.5 million seed round.

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€5.3 Million for digital therapy platform Caspar Health

The Berlin-based SaaS platform for digital therapy, Caspar-Health, has successfully raised €5.3 million in a Series A funding round for further growth and platform expansion. Caspar offers an innovative online platform that allows patients to engage in aftercare on their own terms and free of charge. The service consists of online treatments, such as exercises, individualized education and advice for wellbeing, and focuses on the most common rehabilitation cases in orthopaedics, neurology, cardiology and psychotherapy.

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Ananda Impact Ventures invests in Mika

Ananda Impact Ventures is happy to announce a new investment into Berlin based digital health startup, mika. mika was founded by Dr Gandolf Finke and Dr Jan Simon Raue in 2017. The company provides a digital platform for cancer patients with integrated medial health monitoring, psychological coaching and medication management.

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Ananda Impact Ventures invests in Open Bionics

Ananda Impact Ventures is excited to welcome Open Bionics, a producer of bionic arms, to our portfolio. Open Bionics makes affordable and beautiful bionic limbs more accessible. Their innovative, customisable medically certified “Hero Arm” is 3D-printed and the world’s first hand available for children from 8 years old. Further investors are Foresight Williams and Downing Ventures, among others.

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Ananda Impact Ventures closes its third fund at €50 million

We are delighted to announce that Ananda Impact Ventures has secured €50 million for our third fund, bringing the total amount under management to €80 million across three funds. Among the fund’s limited partners are the European Investment Fund (EIF), the UK-based impact giant Big Society Capital (BSC), the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt and several private investors.

Ananda Impact Ventures invests in Raremark

Ananda Impact Ventures welcomes Raremark, a community for people with rare diseases, to our portfolio. Raremark helps patients and their families make scientifically informed decisions on how to manage their condition while integrating them into a community and providing access to latest treatment possibilities. Further investors are Albion Capital and Oltre Ventures, among others.

Ananda Impact Ventures invests in care startup Careship

Ananda Ventures acquires a stake in a provider of care by the hour for the elderly. The professional and quality-assured support complements traditional care services and thus increases the quality of life for the care patients and their relatives. Further investors are Creandum and Spark Capital, among others.