The NETVA winners have come a long way since 2010. Here you will find their finest and most recent successes.
“Wandercraft is making a series C of 40 million euros. This announcement, from Thursday January 20, 2022, allows the start-up to develop the marketing of these exoskeletons. Founded in 2012 by three French engineers, it develops mobility alternatives to wheelchairs.”
“This new funding will also help accelerate the deployment of its exoskeleton model Atlante in the United States.”
Wandercraft was part of the NETVA program in 2016
Divincell received the Trophy for “Future Product or Service of the Year”, during the awards ceremony for the Inn’Ovations 2021 competition, organized by AD’OCC and the Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Region, in partnership with EDF, Altitude Infra and BNP Paribas.
Divincell was a laureate of NETVA in 2019.
Dynacure, a drug development company focused on improving the lives of patients with rare and orphan diseases, today announced the closing of a €50 million Series C financing led by Perceptive Advisors.
Dynacure was part of the NETVA program in 2017.
Iktos collaborates with SRI International to combine artificial intelligence and a new automated discovery platform to accelerate the development of new antiviral therapies.
Iktos participated to the NETVA program in 2018.
ByStamp was a NETVA lauretae in 2019.
Nawa Technologies was part of the NETVA program in 2014.
4 NETVA startups in the French Tech 120 list
The startup Sensome raised $9M at the start of 2020
Sensome was part of the NETVA program in 2016.
The startup Stilla completes a series B fundraising of €20 million in February 2020
Stilla was a NETVA laureate in 2014.
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