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Ailin Closes a Financing Round of 1.5 Million Euros

Ailin secures 1.5 million euros in its first financing round, surpassing initial expectations. Investors include a family office in the health sector, Business Angels, and healthcare-related funds. The investment round enables progress in creating a new market category, making diagnostic tests more accessible at home and promoting a preventive-focused health model.




The biotech startup Ailin has closed its first official round of financing, reaching a figure of 1.5 million euros. “This round has been possible thanks to the support of private investors and the public support of the [Center for Technological Development and Innovation] Cdti through the Neotec program,” the company explains in a statement.

Ailin, in the beginning, raised funds from FFF to start her path . Now, despite the challenging market circumstances, the start-up “exceeds its initial fundraising expectations.”

The round has been subscribed by a family office with ties to the health sector, positioning themselves as strategic investors . Business Angels with experience in private equity , consulting and serial entrepreneurs have also participated , along with two funds also related to the healthcare field, including Decelera Ventures.

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Ailin plans to multiply the growth in billing by ten and reach more than 10,000 patients in 2024

The investment “will boost Ailin’s technological development, incorporating Artificial Intelligence algorithms to provide more accurate health diagnoses.” In addition, a significant part of the funds will go towards hiring professionals to strengthen the team.

“This round of investment will allow us to advance in the development of a new market category that brings diagnostic tests closer to the home and seeks to promote a health model more focused on prevention ,” says the founder and CEO of Ailin, Isabel Caruana.

Ailin is a diagnostic support solutions platform that offers people the possibility of knowing and monitoring their health status from their homes , anytime they want.

The start-up claims to have “multiplied by seven” its growth in 2023, with an “average monthly increase of 60% in the last quarter.” In that sense, by 2024 it hopes to “multiply the growth in billing by ten and reach more than 10,000 patients.”


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