Longensis, a startup based in Latvia and Hong Kong, won TechChill pitching competition and took home 10,000 euros cash award.
Longenesis enables biomedical organizations to reduce the length of clinical trials through direct communication for safe data curation and compliant, consent-enabled biomedical data utilization for research.
“We considered the long-term impact, clarity of value proposition to the target customers and stakeholders involved, as well as uniqueness. Of these parameters, Longenesis came out as the Fifty Founder Battle winner.”Marili Merendi, Principal at Karma Ventures
Estonia’s Gelatex and Latvia’s VREACH divided 250,000 euros investment offer from a Baltic angel syndicate. Gelatex creates sustainable gelatin nanofabric technology. VREACH is a VR-based autism rehabilitation startup.