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Clothes, tofu and watches

It is not always about IT and biotech: news from start-ups that are rethinking consumer goods.

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Oncobit joins forces with Immunocore

Schlieren-based medtech startup Oncobit has signed a service agreement with U.K.-based biotech company Immunocore for better therapy response analysis in clinical trials. The partnership enables the Swiss startup to validate its platform to advance therapy response analysis in clinical trials. 

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Neuheiten für Konsumentinnen und Konsumenten

Leggins aus recyceltem PET, eine ultradünne Brille und hochwertige Budgetseife: Die drei B2C-Startups AYMA Clothing, read on und Soeder haben neue Produkte auf den Markt gebracht. Das Bündner Bekleidungs-Startup Muntagnard hingegen eröffnet gleich einen ganzen Laden in Zürich für seine Produkte.

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FimmCyte obtains CHF 1 million from the UZH Life Sciences Fund

FimmCyte, a pioneering women's health biotech, announces an investment of 1 million CHF as a convertible loan from the UZH Life Sciences Fund (LSF). FimmCyte’s most advanced program is a non-hormonal disease modifying treatment for endometriosis.

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Eight new startups enter digital healthcare revolution path

The Future of Health Grant (FoHG) program, powered by CSS and the EPFL Innovation Park, has just selected 8 new start-ups from 133 applicants, a milestone high. They will get tailored support worth CHF 10,000 to 90,000 and become part of a dynamic ecosystem of key players dedicated to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthcare sector by…

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Viopas acquires Peak Spirit

Peak Spirit has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Viopas Venture Consulting GmbH. Viopas has acquired a majority stake in Peak Spirit and Siro Gottardi will be promoted to Partner and CEO, effective immediately. Peak Spirit Founder Valentin Splett will remain a Senior Partner and advisor to the company, while transitioning into his new role as…

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Impressive pace

No matter whether e-commerce or deeptech – Swiss start-ups are achieving success at an astonishing speed after entering the market.

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US-based company acquires Sherpany

Sherpany, a Zurich-based meeting software provider, has been acquired by Datasite, a provider of a secure document collaboration platform, thus becoming its strategic business unit. Datasite will integrate Sherpany’s solutions to create a combined offering enhancing board efficiency. Sherpany remains an independent company with no internal changes.

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Progressing towards market entry with InnoBooster

The selection committee for the InnoBooster program has selected four startups that will each receive CHF 150’000 to propel their development and launch. Their solutions enable the needless administration of drugs, air quality monitoring and detection of cancer cells with a 3D histography platform. In the imaging sector, a new Single-Photon Avalanche Diode…

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Ten graduands and two winners

The final part of the Academia-Industry Training (AIT) India took place last week in Lausanne and Zurich, with ten researchers exploring Swiss-Indian collaboration. The program culminated with a pitch ceremony – Openversum and RoBoa each won a CHF 10,000 grant.

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