Erle Robotics raises 200,000 euros in its funding round
The Alavesa drone company Erle Robotics, which stands out for its devices, developed with free software and hardware, has received a €200,000 funding round in which 6 business angels have participated, two Basque and four British.
The company will use the funds to position its technology as a global pioneer and project its business internationally as it has just opened an office in Germany to strengthen its close relationship with the multinational. Bosch. Thanks to this foray into Germany, Erle Robotics has been selected by the German startup accelerator TechFounders to boost your business and develop new software for your device Erle Brain with new capabilities and sensors to enable new uses and applications.
"In addition, Elre Robotics intends to close another, larger round of financing in the second half of the year. Growth in this sector is essential to be able to compete. In Spain alone, the number of drone companies registered with AENA (Spanish airports and air navigation) has grown by 70 % so far in 2015. In addition, numerous internal companies have received million-dollar rounds in 2015, such as RD Robotics, which closed a $14M round in April" says Diego Gutierrez from Abra-Invest.
Biopharmaceutical company Histocell receives round of funding
Biopharmaceuticals Histocell, located in the technology park of Zamudio, has closed a round 2.5m to bring its Reoxcare healing product to market, which is expected to be launched by the end of 2015.
For the time being, the company has already reached agreements for the marketing of Reoxcare in different European and Asian markets, such as the one signed with the company Luqa Pharma for China, Hong Kong and Macao.
Histocell develops and commercialises medical devices and cell therapy medicines in the field of human health. In addition to the international launch of Reoxcare, the company plans to complete the development of three medical devices and to finalise the clinical phases I/IIa of two cell-based medicines in the five-year period 2015-2020.
Realza buys Litalsa
Enhance Capital has bought a majority stake in the Basque company LitalsaAC Development, a leading independent supplier of lithography for packaging and mechanical closures, was in the hands of AC Development.
"For AC Desarrollo, the sale of Realza represents the first divestment of its AC Capital Premier II fund," says Diego Gutiérrez of AC Capital Premier II. Abra-Invest.
The purchase has been financed not only with equity but also with bank debt provided by Caixabank, Bankinter and Mutua.
With this investment, Realza expects to consolidate Litalsa's leadership in Spain and foster its international growth, accompanying existing customers.
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