- The firm's Series A was backed by PropTech1 Ventures and German venture capital firm IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft.
- The Nigerian company will use the funding to build an African DNA biobank and is seeking 40,000 samples this year.
- More innovation, and low-cost risk capital, is needed to meet global healthcare demand.
- Healthcare-focused investment firm Noro-Moseley Partners led Aunt Bertha’s funding round. Digitalis Ventures, Techstars Ventures, Techstars Impact, Capital Factory also participated.
- Insitor Impact Asia Fund, the Nilekani family office and several high net worth individuals' participation in Disha’s Series C round enabled Lok/Sarva’s exit.
- In its first year, according to the Overseas Private Investment Corp., which financed the bond with the Netri Foundation, the institute screened 50,000 patients and conducted 2,300 surgeries
ImpactAlpha, June 12 – Impact Fitness, the first investment of the Bain Capital Double Impact Fund, is now the $390 million fund’s first exit. Morgan Stanley Capital Partners acquired the stakes of Bain and Bridges Bridges Fund Management, marking the first exit as well for Bridges’ U.S. Sustainable Growth Fund. Impact Fitness, a franchisee of Planet