AcceXible seeks private capital. The Spanish company, specialized in developing a platform for the detection and monitoring of diseases through speech analysis, will open a funding round with which it hopes to get up to $548,000 (€450,000) on the crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.
The co-founder and CEO of AcceXible, Carla Zaldua, explained that the company will use the funds to accelerate its entry into the European market and strengthen its strategy to reach the United States. The round has the objective of capturing $306,000 (€250,000), but the company expects to capture up to $548,000 (€450,000) and close it in February.
Carla Zaldua and Javi Zaldua are the co-founders of AcceXible and the majority shareholders, a situation that will continue after the financing round. The company has received $609,000 (€500,000) since its foundation, in mid-2017. The company has obtained $306,000 (€250,000) from the Neotec program, from the Center for the Development of Industrial Technology, and the rest was contributed by Enisa and the partners.
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AcceXible forecasts a turnover of one million euros in 2021
The goal of AcceXible is to have a turnover of one million euros in 2021. The company, based in Barcelona Tech City, has recently received the CE mark on its product, which allows it to start marketing its platform in the European Union. Zaldua pointed out that the first markets will be Spain and the United Kingdom. This novelty will allow the company’s platform to be scaled both as a tool for detecting and monitoring diseases. After programming the platform in Spanish and English, the next market
AcceXible wants to access is France. In Europe, only 20% of people suffering from dementia are diagnosed in early stages. AcceXible’s model allows an early and non-invasive diagnosis and the possibility of monitoring the evolution of the disease remotely. AcceXible will also start in the next weeks a new project with Quirónsalud and another one with the primary care of the public health in Spain. The company also collaborates with the hospital group, the Basque Health Service, the Madrid Salud Cognitive Deterioration Prevention Center and the Oroitu Day Center.
The company is confident of making the leap to the United States by the end of 2021 or early 2022 The start up plans to make the leap to the United States by the end of 2021 or early 2022 and is closing the first collaboration agreement with a company dedicated to the detection of Alzheimer’s disease through the retina, whose name has not spread, but which has attracted twenty million dollars.
In addition, the company is negotiating the use of its platform as a screening tool for clinical trials with a pharmaceutical company. AcceXible’s funding round has attracted the interest of investors and players in the pharmaceutical sector. The company is also in discussions with a Spanish group of clinics for a collaboration. Within a year, in 2022, Zaldua advances that “we will open a financing round of $1.84 million (€1.5 million).”
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