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… Ambu to acquire E.T.View Medical for $16 million … “Our best road show ever” … BioFishency completes installation in India … Sol Chip tests in Singapore … Welcome OB Smart …
Ambu A/S, a Danish medical device company, is acquiring E.T.View Medical for $16 million. E.T.View develops and manufactures products that provide continuous visualization and ventilation of the airway during thoracic surgical procedures.
Trendlines received approval from Israel’s Office of the Chief Scientist to invest in both medical and agtech companies at its headquarters in northern Israel.
Our first Asia Road Show ended on 8 July. Seven companies presented at six events over five days in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Beijing. “Not only did we meet many investors and other potential partners,” remarked Trendlines Medical CEO Eran Feldhay, “but it was a great learning experience for everyone. … With true partnering between Trendlines and portfolio companies, we can create unbelievable synergies.” Read more (and see photo galleries here and on Facebook).
CoreBone CEO Ohad Schwartz will present at the XXI ACCIO Investment Forum in Barcelona, Spain, on 14 July, and Steve Rhodes will participate on the Life Sciences and Health Investors panel.
Omeq Medical’s Lior Margalit pitched to Chinese investors in a virtual road show in Tel Aviv.
Welcome to our newest company! OB Smart is developing a device for accurate measurement of cervical dilation and effacement. Ali Stern-Cohen is the CEO. … Ali joins Edit Goldberg (Escala Medical), Alice Roth (Enolog Technologies), and Lenore Shoham (InPlant Technologies) as our newest female entrepreneur.
Israeli Radio interviewed Trendlines Medical CEO Eran Feldhay. Listen to the interview (Hebrew) or read the summary (English).
Your company may be one of the 12 Israeli agtech companies selected
to pitch to international investors and industry leaders.
Apply now. Application deadline: 20 July.
Online registration now open. Early-bird rates available.
BioFishency completed the first installation of its all-in-one filtration system at a fish farm near Delhi, India.
Sol Chip and Solariz started field tests of the wireless, solar-powered vertical agriculture solution in community gardens in Singapore.
“The Great Challenge Facing Humanity — and the Israel Connection” by Trendlines Agtech CEO Nitza Kardish appeared in Global AgInvesting.
In other conference news … In June, Nitza moderated a panel discussion (The Role of Accelerators and Incubators in the Agtech Industry) at GAI Agtech Week in San Francisco … In mid-September, Steve will participate on the panel Israel-St. Louis Connecting Two Leading Ag Innovation Ecosystems at the St. Louis Ag Innovation Showcase.
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