Ganymed Robotics Raises Over USD 15 Million Via Series B Extension


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The developer of robotics and computer vision software Ganymed Robotics announced that it had raised an additional USD 15 million to complete its Series B, bringing the total amount raised to over USD 36 million.

Through its Accelerator Program, the Fund of the European Innovation Council invests USD 14 million, along with Cap Horn. The national investment bank of France, Bpifrance, provided a loan of USD 1 million to fund market access initiatives. A USD 21 million Series B close, with Cathay Health as the lead investor and Crédit Mutuel Innovation, Kurma Partners, and BNP Paribas Développement as co-investors, was announced in July 2022.

Cap Horn and the European Innovation Council (EIC) Fund have joined the current group of strategic investors through the EIC Accelerator Program.

Read More: Ganymed Robotics Raises Additional €15 M through Series B Extension Bringing Total Amount to €36 M – Fintech News

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