HERAN Partners announces the second and final closing of its first fund: HERAN HealthTech Fund I

Mar 11, 2021 | Katleen Vandersmissen

Press release (Trends)

With a total amount raised in excess of EUR 72m, the fund exceeded its target which highlights the key importance of MedTech and Digital Health within the healthcare industry.

The Venture Capital HERAN HealthTech Fund I, which was launched in 2020 and with a focus on MedTech and Digital Health, had its second and final closing at the end of November.

This first fund of HERAN Partners has now raised a total amount in excess of EUR 72m. As part of the second closing, both institutional investors as family offices & HNWIs joined.

The belief that the future of healthcare will be shaped by further digitalisation of patient interactions as well as underlying processes and developments proved to be a key catalyst during the fundraising. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the need for revolutionary solutions in the healthcare space.

“We at HERAN Partners are confident that the combination of data, technology, analyses and algorithms will shape the future of the healthcare industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated and generated awareness amongst the public. The latter will further fuel innovation in the industry.”
      
                                                                                                  – Katleen Vandersmissen, Managing Partner 

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