Monday
September 17
2018

Sisu Global Health raises $1.2 million, launches Hemafuse sales

By Stephen Babcock

Sisu Global Health announced $1.2 million in funding as the Remington–based medical device startup launches sales of its first product in Africa.

The convertible note round included existing investors Baltimore-basedCamden PartnersBelle Michigan and AOL cofounder Steve Case’sRevolution, which invested through its Rise of the Rest Seed Fund. New investors included the Women’s Angel Investor Network of DubaiKent and Russell Croft, and Chuck Clarvit, who is a Johns Hopkins University trustee. The Dreamit Health Baltimore alum, which was founded Carolyn YarinaGillian Henker and Katie Kirsch, raised $3.1 million to date.

Photo courtesy of Keoni Cabral.

Source: Technical.ly Baltimore (link opens in a new window)

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Health Care
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global health, health care delivery, social enterprise, startups, venture capital