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Been There Done That

By hban.org, Wednesday, 1st January 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2014, Ezine Articles.

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Jim Roche of Incereb which successfully completed a seed funding round last year will take part in the “Been There done That” panel at the upcoming InterTrdeIreland VC Conference in the Titantic in Belfast on the 11th March, along with one of his Angel investors from the Boole Syndicate in Cork. The conference is taking a different tack this yr having both the investor & entrepreneur participate on the panel so that the audience gets the perspective of both the investor and the investee company.
 
Incereb is an Irish medical device early stage company in the emerging neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) market.  Founded in May 2011,  the company designs and develops disposable Electroencephalography (EEG) and Cerebral Function Monitoring (CFM) products for term and preterm infants (neonates). These intuitive products are designed to be used with minimal training and will significantly reduce the time taken to set up the neonate for EEG and CFM monitoring.  Incereb is an award winning early stage company that plans to invest heavily in R&D, product design and development to evolve and extend its product range. Strategic alliances with leading Irish universities and hospitals enable Incereb to leverage home-grown scientific excellence to facilitate fast commercialisation of novel devices leading to rapid growth. 
 
The Incereb funding round included investment from Enterprise Ireland, ACT Venture Capital, Delta Partners, HBAN Boole Syndicate and Private Investors which will allow Incereb to continue product development and clinical investigation of our first product line.


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