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Irish medical device company to create 40 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 20th Oct 2020. Posted in Technology

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Neuromod Devices Limited, the Irish medical device company specialising in the treatment of tinnitus, a chronic condition that affects 10-15% of the global population and commonly described as ‘ringing in the ears’, announces it has raised €10.5 million in an oversubscribed Series B financing. 

Proceeds from the financing will be used to expand European commercialisation of the Company’s Lenire tinnitus treatment device; to scale-up manufacturing, progress the Company’s U.S. FDA strategy, and pursue opportunities with the United States Department of Veteran Affairs.

It is estimated that roughly 20 million Americans struggle with burdensome chronic tinnitus, while over 2 million U.S. Veterans receive disability payments for service-connected tinnitus, according to the 2019 USVA Annual Benefits Report.

The investment was led by majority investor Fountain Healthcare Partners, with participation from existing investors Moffett Investment Holdings and Medical Device Resources, with venture-debt provided by Kreos Capital and Silicon Valley Bank.

Neuromod’s European expansion began in April 2020 with the opening of the Company’s German office in Bavaria, Germany. Neuromod plans to invest significantly in sales and marketing and will recruit 40 employees over the next 12 months with roles based initially in Ireland and Germany.

Commenting on the expansion, Founding CEO of Neuromod, Dr Ross O’Neill commented, "We are delighted to announce the successful completion of Series B financing, which will ramp up manufacturing of our Lenire tinnitus treatment device to meet demand across Europe."

He added, "The financing will also help us progress market entry into the United States, where there is a significant unmet need, particularly among U.S. veterans for whom tinnitus is the largest and fastest growing cause of service-connected disability. It is fantastic to have the continued support of our lead investors, Fountain Healthcare Partners, as well as Moffett Investments, Medical Device Resources, Kreos Capital and Silicon Valley Bank."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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